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Equality and Diversity Training Event at Malmaison Hotel, Glasgow

New, innovative Equality and Diversity training from Positive Action in Housing

This half day workshop is the perfect opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding of the equality legislation and its practical implications for your work, staff and service users. You will explore what contributes to potential lawful discrimination and how to ensure your organisation complies with the equality legislation. As a delegate, you will gain understanding of the meaning and impact of discrimination, stereotypes and prejudice on people's lives and chances of obtaining employment, promotion, recognition and respect. The event is also the perfect opportunity for delegates to network and share experiences in the area of equality and discrimination across organisations and sectors. Lunch and refreshments will be provided at our luxurious venue, Malmaison Hotel in Glasgow (278 West George Street, G1 8LL).

This course is highly participative and the course packs are comprehensive.


Who should attend

We invite delegates from variety of backgrounds, in particular those working with BEM communities who needs an understanding of the barriers faced by these groups in accessing services such as housing, employment and welfare entitlements. It is particularly relevant to people working in social work, housing, welfare, education, employment, health, community development or the justice system.


Course Outcomes:

By the end of the day you will:
  • Understand the barriers faced by Black and Ethnic Minorities, the impacts of stereotypes, discrimination and inapropriate language on all aspects of their lives
  • Learn about the relevant legislation
  • Have a knowledge of their rights and your equality duties
  • Be equipped to effectively review and update your organisation's policy and practice.



To book your place, please contact Training, Positive Action in Housing Ltd, 98 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 1PJ, Tel: 0141 353 2220, email training@paih.org


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