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Strategies to Become an Anti-Racist Organisation


We deliver in-house courses either face to face or online via Zoom video conferencing

In House Courses cost just £595 for a half day, or £895 for a full day. We can deliver two half day courses in a day for £895

We should be able to bring our whole self to work. It’s good for mental wellbeing and good for business. Many people who experience racial inequality have to hide parts of their identity in the workplace. Half of Black Britons say they are just as likely to have experienced racism at work as on the street

This course will introduce and deepen your understanding of race, ethnicity, and cultural diversity. You will discover the complex lived realities of race and ethnic diversity in British society and explore institutional racism, systemic social inequalities, and patterns of discrimination in the workplace.

In this course you will learn to call out/challenge everyday racism and discrimination, inequalities in the workplace and develop robust strategies for tackling racial inequality

Strategies to Become an Anti-Racist Organisation Training Course

This course is available as an In-House Course and we also run it regularly as an Open Course

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Aims of the course

  • Support staff and management’s understanding of racism structural, institutional, individual impacts and experiences
  • Explore robust strategies for challenging racism
  • Explore best practice of proactive anti-racism
  • Support staff/management to be comfortable to have the uncomfortable conversations
  • Support staff/management to understand Subtle Acts of Exclusion (microaggressions)
  • Listen to lived experiences
  • Increase staff/management understanding of white privilege. Action plan for change

Delegates will gain awareness of the value of equality, diversity and inclusion and will be encouraged to promote equal opportunities in the workplace

Course Content

  • Equality Act- what is says about race, national and ethnic origin, nationality and colour
  • Racism: structural, institutional, individual impacts and experiences
  • Anti-racism- what is it?
  • Strategies for challenging racial bias
  • Best practice of proactive anti-racism
  • Affinity groups/talking comfortably about issues of race
  • Subtle Acts of Exclusion (microaggressions)
  • Lived experiences (videos)
  • White privilege.
  • Action planning for change ( Allyship, policies, processes, procedures, practice and people)

Projected Outcomes

By the end of the course, delegates will:

  • Have increased their understanding of racism structural, institutional, individual impacts and experiences
  • Have explored a number of robust strategies for challenging racism
  • Have discussed and agreed best practice of proactive anti-racism for their areas of work
  • Feel confident and comfortable to have the uncomfortable conversations about race/culture
  • Better understand Subtle Acts of Exclusion (microaggressions)
  • Have listened to lived experiences and have an insight into modern and old fashioned racism
  • Have a deeper understanding of white privilege
  • Have agreed a robust action plan for change

Who should take this course?

This course is suitable for individuals of all levels, including employers, managers, supervisors, full-time and part-time workers, support/frontline staff as everyone in the workplace has a responsibility for supporting equality and diversity.

The course has been designed as an introductory level and so no prerequisite training is needed.

How is this course structured?

The course is run as a 1-day workshop. Delivery is through a mixture of methods and involves delegates in group exercises and discussions. Training is practical and interactive.


In House Course

Half Day: £595

Full Day: £895

Face to Face courses: maximum 20 delegates per session
Courses run via Zoom, maximum 15 delegates per session

Travel costs are in addition for face to face courses. Please see our Costs and Agreement

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