Does your workplace promote equality, diversity and inclusion?

Do you feel valued, respected and included in your workplace?

Are you a victim of discrimination at work?

Equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace are vital to building a harmonious team where everyone feels respected and valued. Promoting an inclusive environment also allows acceptance and understanding towards those around us and the wider community. This gives everyone a basis to build a successful career without fear of discrimination. It also creates a positive working ethos and offers the opportunity for progression if desired.

Equality laws are in place in the UK to ensure that everyone is treated fairly, with respect and that no one is discriminated against because of their protected characteristics.

Our training course is designed to give you a clear understanding of what equality, diversity and inclusion mean to us all and how we can achieve this together at home, in the community and in our workplaces.  

You will learn how prejudice, stereotyping, and bias attitudes can lead to discrimination and other unwanted behaviour during the course. You will learn about the different types of discrimination and how discriminatory views are formed in the first place. The course will cover the equality laws in the UK and how we must abide by them in the workplace. You will learn about your role and your employer’s role to ensure equality, diversity and inclusion is promoted and upheld.

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to learn more about equality, diversity and inclusion, especially employers, managers and employees.

Why choose us? 

We offer online training courses using the inclusive diversity approach (tida). tida will help you and your team discover new ways to develop more conscious and caring attitudes that will benefit your workplace and our communities. Through a series of online courses, we offer everyone the chance to self-develop and progress towards fairer thought patterns and actions, making positive adjustments to help create a more equal, diverse and inclusive society free from discrimination and racism.


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