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Code: ESC/19/413 Disability Awareness Training

Aim of the Course:

To provide awareness of the importance of supporting the emotional needs of disabled employees as well as the practical considerations

To provide an insight into what managers and colleagues can do to safeguard the emotional well-being of disabled employees

To provide a brief outline of the Equality Act 2010 and to examine what is meant by ‘reasonable adjustments’.

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1 30 August 2019 09:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: ESC/19/140 Equality & Diversity

In today's world, public sector organisations need to recognise and incorporate an inclusive and diverse approach in how they supply goods and services and how they engage with their community and their workforce. To do so, employers and employees must develop an awareness of equality and diversity to help them understand what it means and how to met the needs of a diverse customer base and workforce.

This one day training course delivers a comprehensive program, designed to develop participant's understanding of the law, how to achieve compliance and also provide insights on how to create an inclusive workplace and in the services it provides.

You will need to bring your laptop with you on the day.

 

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1 05 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: ESC/19/142 Equality & Diversity for Managers

It is the responsibility of all to act and lead by example in ways that support equality and diversity.  Successful organisations are the ones that reflect the richness of diversity in their workforce that exists in their local community. It takes account of people of different ages, appearances, genders, origins, cultures, race, geographical locations, health and mental health, relationships, sexual orientations, class, religion and beliefs, political beliefs, social and economic status and those with or without responsibilities for dependents. However, to be successful an organisation must first look to and understand its organisational culture.

Organisational culture refers to the collective beliefs and principles of an organisation. Every organisation has a unique culture and gives it a sense of direction which decides and controls the way its workforce behave among themselves and to those outside their organisation. Without understanding what its collective beliefs and principles are, an organisation could experience poor staff engagement, retention and services.

 

You will need to bring your own lap top on the day.

 

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1 12 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: ESC/20/18 Equality & Diversity

In today's world, public sector organisations need to recognise and incorporate an inclusive and diverse approach in how they supply goods and services and how they engage with their community and their workforce. To do so, employers and employees must develop an awareness of equality and diversity to help them understand what it means and how to met the needs of a diverse customer base and workforce.

This one day training course delivers a comprehensive program, designed to develop participant's understanding of the law, how to achieve compliance and also provide insights on how to create an inclusive workplace and in the services it provides.

You will need to bring your laptop with you on the day.

 

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1 07 January 2020 09:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: ESC/20/2 Equality & Diversity for Managers

It is the responsibility of all to act and lead by example in ways that support equality and diversity.  Successful organisations are the ones that reflect the richness of diversity in their workforce that exists in their local community. It takes account of people of different ages, appearances, genders, origins, cultures, race, geographical locations, health and mental health, relationships, sexual orientations, class, religion and beliefs, political beliefs, social and economic status and those with or without responsibilities for dependents. However, to be successful an organisation must first look to and understand its organisational culture.

Organisational culture refers to the collective beliefs and principles of an organisation. Every organisation has a unique culture and gives it a sense of direction which decides and controls the way its workforce behave among themselves and to those outside their organisation. Without understanding what its collective beliefs and principles are, an organisation could experience poor staff engagement, retention and services.

 

You will need to bring your own lap top on the day.

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 04 February 2020 09:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map