The study will develop thought-provoking and functional learning aids such as story-telling and exemplars for managing difficult scenarios. As a university, we are positioning ourselves as leaders of EDI research, which we are very proud of. This exciting research study will provide the University with a sound international perspective on an issue we are addressing at a local level.
Equality and diversity, or multiculturalism, is the idea of promoting and accepting the differences between people. More specifically, equality is about ensuring individuals are treated fairly and equally, no matter their race, gender, age, disability, religion or sexual orientation. Diversity is about recognising and respecting these differences to create an all-inclusive atmosphere.
The Department of Education and Training is committed to inclusivity in all our course provision. As a mental health institution, we are keenly aware of the psychological damage that can be done by inequality and strive to address these inequalities in everything we do. According to the Equality Actthere are nine protected characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation.
More about Equality, fairness and respect strategy. More about The Equality Act Our legal duties to eliminate discrimination, advance equality and foster good relations. More about The public sector equality duty.
Crawley College is committed to the promotion of equality and diversity for students, staff, applicants for jobs and courses, partner organisations and visitors. Our aim is that all individuals at Crawley College should have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. We want people to feel welcome, safe, valued, included and respected.
Everyone should have an equal opportunity to access high quality care and support to meet their individual needs and people should not be disadvantaged due to their background, culture or community. Workers need to be sensitive to people's needs and have the confidence to discuss individuals' differences to find out how they can best offer care and support. CQC say there is growing evidence that equality and human rights for people using services and staff needs to play a central role in improving the quality of care.
We will make reasonable adjustments to ensure that our commitments are realised. If you wish to discuss any aspect of our Access for All commitments, please contact your progress tutor if you are a studentor your line manager if you are a member of staff. We are committed to equality of access for all and to provide information, confidential consultation and assistance to enable access to all college facilities.
You can improve your understanding of current legislation and the key principles surrounding equality and diversity by completing this course. You will achieve a nationally-recognised qualification, pick up important knowledge and skills, and further your personal and professional development. You will also gather evidence of your competence and learn at a time that suits you without needing to attend college. Companies are legally required to follow a set of practices to ensure discrimination is eradicated and expectations of equality are met.
At Joseph Chamberlain College, we believe in equality of opportunity for all staff and students. We are committed to making our College a better place in which to learn. Equality is very important to us and we ensure every student and member of staff is treated fairly, with dignity and respect, regardless of their age, ability, ethnicity, gender identity, religion or sexual orientation.
This section will provide you with information, support and training related to Safeguarding. Here you will be able to access the slides from the training as reference. Learner's should be clear about their targets and they should have had some input into them in relation to their personal objectives of coming on the course. In addition, particularly on accredited courses, how they approach their learning which includes; attendance, punctuality, how they present and conduct themselves in the classroom and whether they enter the classroom ready to work.