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2022 | Course Dates

16 - 17 June

| Bangkok

| £ 450.00

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

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2 Day Certificate

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion



This ASPIRE training course is suitable to a wide range of ambitious professionals, but will greatly benefit:

  • This course is suitable for individuals of all levels, including employers, managers, supervisors, full-time and part-time workers, frontline staff as everyone in the workplace has a responsibility for supporting equality and diversity.

Equality, diversity, and inclusion are all about treating people fairly and with respect, no matter what their differences may be.

This ASPIRE Equality, Diversity & Inclusion training programme looks at how we behave at work and how our behaviour may affect those around us and was created in collaboration with global EDI experts.

It addresses unacceptable behaviour, stereotyping, victimisation and discrimination as well as introducing the protected characteristics around the world - suggesting ways in which to build a more supportive, harmonious workplace.

An open and inclusive workplace has many benefits - both to the organisation and to individuals; such benefits include an increase in morale, better staff retention, and improved company reputation.

By the end of our training you will feel more confident at addressing sensitive issues surrounding equality, diversity, equity, and inclusion; and we hope they will feel inspired and ready to make a positive difference in their workplace and the wider community.

The learning outcomes for this workshop are:

  • To raise awareness of the protected characteristics recognised globally

  • To understand the different types of discrimination

  • To explore how beliefs, values and attitudes drive behaviour

  • Explore and consider issues of empathy and sympathy by exploring


  • Recognising the benefits of embracing difference

  • To gain an awareness of employer and employee duties in relation to

    Equality and Diversity, and inclusion

  • To understand what ‘good practice’ means for your organisation

  • To recognise individual and organisational responsibilities

  • To develop a working practice model for your workplace

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