This course covers the fundamental principles of the current 2010 Equality Act and is aimed at those who have leadership, management or supervisory responsibilities within an organisation.
In a fun-packed, interactive and safe environment, this course will provide you with lots of challenges in equality, diversity and inclusion, as well as invaluable knowledge and understanding of equality terminology. When does indirect discrimination become direct discrimination? What is associative discrimination, unconscious bias, third party harassment, perceptive discrimination, and how do these terms relate to your organisation? This practical interactive training goes way beyond legislation and policy in the workplace.
This course directly relates theory to practice and will empower you and others to positively deconstruct a range of real-life equality case studies from a wide range of diverse perspectives and help you to confidently make decisions about equality and diversity. The course will provide invaluable knowledge and skills, and guarantees that you leave the course fully aware of current equality legislation. Finally, the course will ensure that both you and your organisation have the tools and experience that guarantees compliance with current equality legislation.
The course will have a positive and profound impact on how you see, feel and embrace diversity, both personally and professionally.
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6 days ago
Today KLTV is looking back on some of our legacy videos. Our 2014 production, Food Banks in Kirklees, remains as relevant as ever. It discusses important issues such as poverty in Kirklees, the need for food banks, personal stories, and shows the people that have gone the extra mile to help out in the community.
Approximately 1.9 million people used a food bank in the UK in 2019/20, which is around 300 thousand more than the previous year.
According to The Trussell Trust’s midyear stats they gave out, on average, 2,600 parcels to children every day in the first six months of the pandemic in the UK. They are also expecting this winter to be their networks busiest time ever.
Now is an apt time to reflect on our community in Kirklees and how we can continue helping each over and moving forward as a community.
Those speaking in the 2014 production show the harsh reality of needing food banks and asks questions of ‘Why do we need food banks?’ and ‘What needs to change?’, but continues to show what we can achieve when communities come together.
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