Child Protection Training: Equality and Diversity
One Day: 9:00am – 4.15pm
Where can I attend the Course
In House – This Course can be delivered in your place of work on a nationwide basis including London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. We run this bespoke ‘in-house’ training course anywhere in the UK to suit your specific training needs by arrangement.
The main aims of the Equality Act 2010 are to strengthen and streamline the law related to equality and to support wider work to promote equality, providing training on all aspects of Equality and Diversity and how it impacts on the workplace environment for Children and Young people who in some cases may be vulnerable.
Who is this course for:
- Education sector ( Schools, teachers, headmasters etc )
- Residential Children’s Homes
- Early Years centres
- Foster carers (Fostering services)
- Residential Children’s homes
- Youth offending teams (YOTS)
- NHS workers (Nurses, Doctors, Health care assistants)
- Health visitors
- Dental practices
- General Practitioners surgeries
- Community safety teams
The aims of the course are to provide employers and employees who work with children and young people the knowledge, information, instruction and training to design, implement, maintain and monitor an equality policy. To ensure this policy is put into practice in the working environment and maintained and monitored effectively. To emphasise the importance of how E&D can affect young people and children in education, the workplace and wider society.
The Candidates will develop an understanding of the basic Principles of Equality and Diversity, including:
- Legislation relating to the Equality and Diversity.
- Explain the principles of equality.
- Explore labelling and stereotyping
- Understanding of prejudice and discrimination
- Explanation of how attitudes and behaviour link to equality and diversity
- Identify problems which can be encountered by minority groups
- Explanation of how organisations can have systems in place to protect,maintain and monitor E&D policy.
- Explain companies responsibilities in order to comply with Equality and Diversity legislation (E&D)
- Define and identify harassment, bullying and discrimination in the workplace.
- Explore the consequences for organisations of not implementing an equality and diversity policy.
- Explore having a complaints procedure in place and explain methods of investigation.
- Provide guidance for monitoring the Equality and Diversity within an organisation
- Explain the moral, business and legal case for adopting an Equality and Diversity policy within an organisation.
A Certificate will be awarded to each delegate upon successful completion of the training which forms as evidence towards ‘Continuing Professional Development (CPD)’.
The cost for this course is available on request. Please call us on 0800 774 7034 and speak to one of our Child Protection Consultants for full course details, or alternatively email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.