Equality and Diversity UK have produced and collated various resources, information, publications and statistics to improve understanding of issues relating to equality and diversity. We have various packs available for practitioners - PDF files, documents, presentations, quizzes and activities to use in colleges, schools and work based learning organisations. These resources also support other providers who work with diverse groups of people and individuals.
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These 9 EDI Pocketbooks are for those with responsibility for managing, supervising or influencing others. Easy to carry around and a quick read to update your knowledge, skills and understanding around a range of aspects of EDI
The 9 Pocketbooks cover each of the protected characteristics. They offer managers, trainers, supervisors, HR personnel and trade union representatives an insight into how discrimination can occur in the workplace and how it can be dealt with.
Teachers sometimes feel hesitant to raise issues of race; strong emotions can emerge and teachers may feel they don’t have enough information or background to design, plan or deliver the topic well. This resource provides suggestions and strategies for having conversations with young people about race and racism.
Focuses on helping you to; understand what employers are required to do under equality legislation, identify what you as an individual and in your job role need to do to comply with the legislation and identify competencies that you need to develop.
A practical tool to help identify discrimination by analysing your policies, practices, processes, procedures, services, decisions etc. to make sure they do not discriminate or disadvantage people and will help towards improving or promoting equality.
This Pocket Book offers senior managers, trainers, supervisors, line managers, HR personnel, employees and employee/trade union representatives a guide to avoiding discrimination within the selection and recruitment process.
This pocketbook focuses on helping employers and employees to understand their rights andresponsibilities under the Equality Act and how to manage and embed equality, diversity and inclusion into everyday practice.
This guide has been developed for organisations that are covered by the specific public sector equality duties, as contained in the Equality Act 2010. Includes details on the general duty, specific duties, compliance, responsibilities and procurement.
Some people who identify as LGBT may experience difficulties that affect their health and well-being. LGBT people can face prejudice and discrimination as part of a minority. This Pocket Book looks at some of these issues and solutions.
Focuses on helping Governors to recognise why championing EDI is an important part of a their role, understand what FE and skills providers are required to do under equality law and identify what governors need to do to ensure the organisation fulfils its equality obligations to all
The objectives of the Race Equality Pocket Book are to help organisations and learning and skills providers to promote racial equality, tackle all forms of racial discrimination and foster good race relationships between diverse groups of people
Offers senior managers, trainers, supervisors, line managers, HR personnel, employees and employee/trade union representatives a guide to Equality and Diversity terms relating to nine protective characteristics and the Equality Act 2010.
This booklet gives a step by step guide in how to identify and begin to tackle racism your institution, including identifying types of racism and racial harassment. It refers to existing research and reports in educational organisations
This Pocket Book offers senior managers, trainers, supervisors, line managers, HR personnel, employees and employee/trade union representatives an insight into the legal requirement and value in providing reasonable adjustments in the workplace.
This resource is designed to encourage and support open and constructive conversations about racism in the workplace. It will be useful to staff at all levels including Race Equality Leads, senior management, staff and others working with groups to raise their awareness of racism and how to address it.
This resource is designed to support those wanting to improve their anti- racist practice in schools. It will help teachers and other practitioners in understanding how racist behaviour occurs, what it looks and sounds like, and how it impacts on those experiencing it
This resource is designed to support learning and raises awareness of the needs, rights, and lives of ethnically diverse parents and carers within your school/academy.
Learn about your responsibilities to making the organisation welcoming to trans* people, including an explanation of the nature and diversity of Gender Variance and creating a trans*-inclusive workplace
This booklet is suitable for anyone who wishes to learn more about their responsibilities regarding disability in the workplace.
This Disability Awareness booklet is for organisations providing goods and services and is suitable for anyone at management level who wishes to learn more about their responsibilities regarding disability in the provision of goods, services and facilities.
A Handbook for Foster Carers.
It is not sufficient that we think about the needs of ethnically diverse children and young people as merely providing the right foods, skin care and hair products but also to address their emotional and social needs.
Suitable for learners of all ages and all sectors, this activity pack contains 19 practical tried and tested activities specifically aimed at
raising staff and learner awareness of equality and diversity issues.
Part of the Practical Tools set
A practical toolkit to help practitioners improve their practice and meet their legal and professional obligations by designing, planning and delivering teaching, learning and assessment activities that engage learners.
This pack covers the basic concepts of equality and diversity to the legal picture. It goes on to look at the quality processes of inspection and self-assessment before looking in detail at embedding EDI in teaching and learning and learning support.
This pack is to help learning providers to ensure they comply with the law by meeting their obligations under the public sector equality duty and meeting Ofsted requirements to develop awareness of diversity in relation to the protected characteristics
This equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) Study Pack for Learners provides advice, guidance and practical activities to help learners better understand what equality, diversity and inclusion really means. There is also an accompanying Facilitator's Pack
This resource provides an induction and refresher package for staff working in a range of capacities in all sectors. It can be used to form the basis of induction training or guided self study for new and existing staff, including temporary staff, volunteers and people on work placement.
This pack provides teaching staff with advice, guidance and Session plans that will help them to explore the key issues with learners, explain complex legislation simply and clearly and act on the organisation's race, disability and gender equality duties.
Toolkit to help staff improve EDI considerations in the self-assessment process. This forms an important part of the evidence submitted in the inspection process. Primarily aimed at schools, colleges and skills providers, but other service providers in different settings will be able to benefit.
Set of 6 packs at a discounted price. These resources can be used by trainers when delivering on the EDI agenda. Includes EDI Study Packs - Employees and Facilitators, Induction packs - Trainers and Learners, Facilitator's Guide and Equality Case Studies
Set of 5 packs at a discounted price. These resources can be used by trainers when delivering on the EDI agenda. Includes the the three packs in Practical Tools set, Facilitator's Guide and Equality Case Studies
Includes 20 activities to help colleges, schools, work-based learning facilities to understand the importance of EDI within an educational establishment, consider some of the 'truths and myths' around discrimination and integrate new staff members or learners
This pack will help you to understand the steps you need to take in order to embed EDI into all teaching and learning practice and activities, and to meet Ofsted requirements for schools, colleges and work based learning providers.
A fun activity to help learners understand some of the main points of the Equality Act. The questions become more difficult as the learner goes from £100 to the million pound question and aims to provoke discussion and learning around the Equality Act.
Look at meeting the needs of learners who require additional or special educational support. It provides an overview of equality legislation and how it applies in the workplace. It focuses in particular on the role of the support worker in an educational setting.
A detailed look at the standards that managers, staff, tutors and support staff need; identifying what they must be able to do and what they should know and understand in order to do it. It also outlines behaviours that underpin personal and professional conduct
This Toolkit acts as a guidance document, an induction resource and a resource to support teams and managers to explore issues related to effective EDI within the curriculum. For further developed organisations, it acts as a refresher.
Packed with guidance and tools to help education providers design an equality curriculum that inspires and challenges learners. It covers topics that fit in with the PSHE national curriculum Can be used with adult groups in staff development and induction.
The Facilitator's Handbook - an Equality and Diversity Training self-study pack - has been has been specifically developed for use with teams. Updated to include the 2010 Equality Act, it includes examples of designing your own Equality and Inclusion Workshops and Training, as well as example session plans.
This pack provides advice and guidance for legal services firms on their duties and responsibilities to good equality and diversity practice. It is aimed at solicitors, barristers and other legal services companies that deal with the public and who are bound by the SRA Code of Conduct 2011.
An induction and refresher package for staff and volunteers working for public, private and 3rd Sector organisations involved in the provision of opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to participate in and enjoy sporting activities.
This equalities toolkit has been developed to provide some of the practical tools managers need to embed equality and diversity into the development, design and delivery of local authority services and into the recruitment and employment of staff.
Provides employers and employees with information and insights about racism in society, how it develops, and its impact on the organisation, staff, service users and clients. Contains practical approaches to creating a fair and inclusive environment for all.
The pack has been developed as a practical toolkit to help staff meet their legal and professional obligations and follow a twin-track approach to equality and diversity: that of tackling inequalities and fostering good relations between different groups.
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Where the number of people with access to the Resource is in excess of 500, the first 500 are charged at £1 per user and the number in excess is charged at £0.50 per user.
400 Users: £400 (400 @ £1 per user)
1000 Users: £750 (500 @ £1 per user, plus 500 @ £0.50 per user)
Licencing for each resource is charged individually.
Multiple Resource Licencing Discount
If more than one resource is licenced, the charge for the second and subsequent licencing is reduced by 50%
e.g. Three resources are purchased and placed on an Intranet with 800 users
First resource licencing cost: £650
Second resource licencing cost: £325 (£650 less 50% discount)
Third resource licencing cost: £325 (£650 less 50% discount)
Total: £1300 plus cost of resources
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