Many organisations start their ED&I journey with Gender and Race/Ethnicity. For many, these are the big winners when looking at inclusion and diversity. However, we recognise that there are other protected characteristics (and beyond) which deserve to be included in the diversity repertoire.
The Exploring Disability workshop assumes delegates have attended a course exploring bias previously and will build on their foundation of understanding of microbehaviours. It’s useful for delegates to recognise that these small everyday acts of interaction can support a culture where inclusion is not fully endorsed. The workshop will help learners understand disabilities and hidden disabilities and their own reactions. At the end of the course the aim is to ensure that delegates have broadened their perspectives on disability and inclusion.
At the end of the course the learner will be able to:
This runs as an online or face-to-face course for a specific company.
This course can be modified with regard to content and length.