Exploring sensitive issues and identifying effective solutions around lesbian, gay and bisexual staff
This course is available as an In-House Course
The course introduces the Equality Act 2010 and details the Sexual orientation protected characteristic so you can learn more about what it is are and how to avoid discrimination through your behaviours, language, attitudes, conscious and unconscious bias and actions.
The course looks at good LGB processes, practices, procedures and policy and aims to help you to manage/promote a fairer, more accepting and more diverse working environment.
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 promoting equality, tackling discrimination and fostering good relationships between diverse groups
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.
Half Day: £495
Full Day: £795
These rates are for groups of up to 20 delegates
Travel costs are in addition. Please see our Costs and Agreement
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