This course duration is 4 hours and focuses on how we can all promote equality, diversity and human rights in our many social care and health roles.
Under the Equality Act 2010 there are specific legal requirements under existing legislation to promote equality in the areas of nine protected characteristics. These are often collectively referred to as the general duties to promote equality.
This course highlights the individual and collective responsibilities of all care staff in relation to equality following the introduction of the Equality Act 2010.
- Promoting equality of opportunity
- Promoting diversity and good relations
- Promoting positive attitudes
- Eliminating harassment, and
- Eliminating unlawful discrimination
Equality, Diversity and Human Rights training in Liverpool – Who is this course for:
This course is ideal for anyone who works in the Care Home sector. This will include staff who work in the following sectors such as:
- Independent Healthcare Agencies
- Residential Care Home Staff
- Domiciliary Care Staff
- Nursing Homes
This is a half day course (4 Hours). We understand that at times it may be difficult to plan a training session for your staff and we are flexible with the training times that best suit the needs of your business. Please discuss this with us when making your booking
Equality & Diversity is a sensitive area and this course explores attitudes, values and belief in a safe and fair environment going beyond the legislation. Course content includes:
- Equality and diversity in the workplace
- Equality and diversity in society
- Equality and diversity in the community
- Develop your understanding of, and how to fulfil, your responsibilities in your workplace
- Understand the importance of managing diversity effectively
- Understand policies and legislation relating to equality and diversity
- Understand your responsibilities and rights as a member of staff
- Bullying & Harassment Behaviours
- Understanding the principles of care
- Discrimination and its Prevention
- Human Rights, Protection of Individuals
- Protected Characteristics: age, disability, gender re-assignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy & maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation
- Examine ways to break down barriers to equality and diversity – prejudice, preconceptions and stereotypes
Equality, Diversity and Human Rights – Assessment and Certification:
Continual assessment throughout the course by the tutor will be ongoing and a multiple choice assessment paper will be completed by the delegates. A certificate of attendance will be issued to all delegates on successful completion of the course.
For more information please visit the Department of Health section on this subject.
For more information on our ‘Equality, Diversity and Human Rights‘ training please email us or alternatively, call us on 0151 515 0416 and speak with one of our friendly training Consultants.