Online: Equality and Diversity
Equality and Diversity
Under the Equality Act 2010 it is unlawful to discriminate against people at work because of nine areas termed in the legislation as protected characteristics:
- gender reassignment
- marriage and civil partnership
- pregnancy and maternity
- religion or belief
- sexual orientation.
The aim of the Equality Act is to improve equal job opportunities and fairness for employees and job applicants. Organisations should have policies in place so these outcomes happen and, just as importantly, to prevent discrimination.
This training course aims to give trainees knowledge and understanding in equality and diversity and allows trainees to view realistic scenes and be tested on their knowledge retention. Workplace diversity occurs in every organisation.
Diversity occurs in many forms including race, gender, ethnic group, age, personality, the way people think, tenure, organisational function, educational background, beliefs and more. Diversity impacts how people perceive themselves and those around them, which in turn affect their interactions. Being treated with respect, dignity and without prejudice or bias is a basic human right that everyone deserves. This training course aims to help you manage equality in your diverse workplace, and is suitable for persons at all levels.
- Workplace Diversity
- Challenges of “Old School” Social Norms
- Treating People Equally
- Diversity Online and in Marketing
- Making and Handling Discrimination Complaints
- Discrimination Re-enactment
TIME: 35 mins
ASSESSMENT: E-learning interactive questions and end test
CERTIFICATION: Upon successful completion of the course trainees will be issued with a UKRS certificate which will be valid for 5 years
ACCESS: Upon purchase E-horse will send details of how to access your course via email. Please ensure we have your correct contact details. You will complete the course via the UKRS and their Elearning partners.
If you require a UKRS ID Card with list of completed courses printed on reverse extra cost of £5.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details