This 3-hour interactive workshop builds an understanding of the importance of fairness and inclusivity in the workplace and wider society.

This session is ideal for professional and personal development.

Every attendee will receive a certificate upon completion.

23% of working age adults are disabled1

Course Plan

During this workshop we will aim to:

  • Understand the difference between equality and equity
  • Explore intersectionality, privilege, unconscious bias and discrimination
  • Discuss microagressions and how they can escalate without intervention
  • Consider how collective trauma, cultural trauma and racial trauma can impact wellbeing and good mental health
  • Reflect on how we can create a more inclusive workplace and society

46% of LGBT workers have experienced unfair treatment at work at one point in their lives2


The difference between equity and equality was very eye opening
Reflecting on my own views and unconscious biases and also hopefully with us all doing this training we will have a better understanding of how to support our clients and each other with a more open mind.
It's helped me to think outside the box, the struggles/worries that others may have to deal with
This training has developed my awareness around the factors that impact health and wellbeing. Personally it has helped me to reflect on my own bias and judgment. Professionally it will help me in my role to consider the intersectionality of each service user.
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This half-day course is delivered to groups with up to 16 participants for £350. 

In addition, charges are added for Instructors’ travel expenses, accommodation and refreshments if outside West Essex, and any venue hire costs incurred.

More Information

This course is available face to face, or virtually.

To find out more about this course or to enquire about booking, please complete the form below:

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