Equality and Diversity
£15 + VAT
Our equality and diversity course is perfect for managers and supervisors to help make sure that they put the best practice into place in the working environment. Equality and diversity training helps to reduce the occurrence of discrimination and to make sure everyone from any walk of life is treated equally and fairly.
All about this course
This equality and diversity course will cover all concepts of equality and diversity and cover discrimination in detail. We will look in depth at the four main types of discrimination and examples of each. The Equality Act 2010 will be covered and you will learn the nine protected characteristics and examples of each. Our equality ad diversity course will finish off by exploring real life case studies of harassment, bullying and discrimination and you will consider what the effects of these can be on a persons physical and mental health.
In order to complete the course, you must achieve 80% or more in the final multiple choice quiz.
You will earn 3 CPD points on completion of the course, this course will take around 3 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.
Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Fully printed certificate posted next day
Covers all required legislation and practices
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass
Unit 1 – Introduction to Equality & Diversity – In our first unit you will be introduced to all concepts of equality and diversity, the possible barriers for each will also be explored. The unit will finish off by exploring how individuals can become more self-aware to ensure that they are not acting in a way that is discriminatory.
Unit 2 – Protected Characteristics- Here we will start with an overview of what is meant by ‘protected characteristics’ in line with The Equality Act 2010, before examining each one in more detail.
Unit 3 – Discrimination and the law- Next you will be introduced to the kinds of discrimination including an overview of times when discrimination may be legitimate. This unit will also consider each of the protected characteristics identified in the Equality Act 2010, at the end of this unit will be several case studies that show how protected characteristics are related to discrimination.
Unit 4 – Unacceptable conduct in the workplace In this unit you will explore the different ways in which people may experience unacceptable conduct in the workplace by defining and giving definitions of stereotyping, prejudice, bullying, harassment and victimisation.
Unit 5 – Reporting concerns In the final unit we will consider what to do if an individual wishes to report a concern about bullying, harassment or discrimination. The steps that are recommended by ACAS are covered. This unit will finish off by exploring some case studies to show how the law applies in real-life situations.