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Equality & Diversity

Equality & Diversity

IHS24
Train up to 5 per year
£100.00

Train up to 20 per year
£150.00

Train up to 50 per year
£300.00

Train up to 100 per year
£450.00

This online training programme is sold on a 12-month subscription basis. Extra training credits can be purchased if necessary if you use up all your credits before the 12 month period is over.

Equality and diversity is all about treating people fairly and with respect, no matter what their differences may be. This training programme looks at how we behave at work and how our behaviour may affect those around us. It addresses unacceptable behaviour, stereotyping and discrimination as well as introducing characteristics protected by the Equality Act - suggesting ways in which to build a more supportive, harmonious workplace.

An open and inclusive workplace has many benefits - both to the organisation and to individuals; such benefits include an increase in morale, better staff retention and improved company reputation.Where employees are treated fairly and with respect, this will be reflected in their work - with better working environments leading to better overall performance and productivity.

Key Features & Benefits of this Course

Complete this course online in just 60 minutes

Suitable for all levels of staff and management

End of course test and printable certificate Free trial, online demo and bulk discounts available

 

Equality and Diversity Course Contents

1. Unacceptable behaviour This section looks at stereotyping, discrimination and prejudice, victimisation and harassment - behaviour that The Equality Act does NOT allow - behaviour which is not only unacceptable, but which is also against the law. The Equality Act calls this 'prohibited conduct'.

2. Protected characteristics We are all different, no one is exactly the same as anyone else. Some of our differences are 'protected characteristics' and are given particular protection by law. This section looks at these protected characteristics - age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.Each of the characteristics is separated into three parts, firstly describing the characteristic, then information about 'what employers should consider' and finally explaining 'what you can do'. There are also examples of situations where the equality rules have been broken. Discriminating against people because of any of these 9 characteristics is illegal.

3. The Benefits of Equality and Diversity This section looks at the benefits of promoting equality and diversity in the workplace, both for the organisation and for the people who work there. No one wants to face discrimination or harassment at work and this is unlikely to happen in an organisation which proactively supports diversity.

Video Length:15

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