This resource provides the user with practical and sensible approaches to implementing the latest equality legislation into everyday practice in the workplace.
The resource deals with issues of discrimination, harassment and bullying. Updated to include changes brought about by the Equality Act, it covers all nine protected characteristics and provides guidance for recording and reporting bullying in the working and learning environment.
This resource has been tried and tested with practitioners and they have commented that it has helped them to think more creatively about the issues of managing bullying and conflict in the learning environment.
It looks at how harassment, bullying and the use of discriminatory language work against each of the nine equality characteristics and offers strategies that can be used to help modify behaviour and successfully embed equality and diversity into the workplace.
Thinking about equality and diversity means considering the experiences and needs of all, whatever their age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, faith, religion, disability, special educational needs, or social and cultural background.
The objective of this resource is to promote an ethos of respect and support for equality and diversity issues important in the learning environment context. It aims to develop understanding and explore how tutors, teacher and trainers can create and embed the principles, practices and behaviours effectively into learning environments that are non-discriminatory.
Managing Equality and Diversity in the Working and Learning Environment: £95.00
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