Understanding The New Public Sector Equality Duty
Developing a values driven approach to meeting the duty
Embedding the duty into your school's DNA
Leading on Equality Strategically within and beyond the school
The new Public Sector Equality Duty came into force on 5th April 2011 as part of the Equality Act 2010. This Duty replaces the existing, disability, gender and race equality duties, and potentially raises the bar in eradicating systemic discrimination.
This one-day programme is tailor made for schools by senior leaders in education with expertise in equality. This training will move beyond simplistic and often clumsy even grudging compliance with the legislation to confident and sensible incorporation of the duty into the way that your school goes about its daily business.
We will provide clear guidance on how to tackle discrimination and promote equal opportunities while providing the same level of protection across all the protected characteristics.
Our audit tools and scenarios will cover every relevant aspect of school life from admissions, to curriculum delivery, from harassment and bullying to recruitment of staff. We will also tackle those uncomfortable areas where the rights of one group or individual seem to clash with another.
This one-day interactive programme will be delivered in a unique format providing all the knowledge you will need. With no more than 20 delegates per programme, our sessions ensure maximum opportunity for discussion, sharing and learning. Delegates receive a comprehensive training pack with examples of good practice plus on-line support post training as part of the package to get you started.
This course is done in partnership with RMC and Spiral Inc.
We will be at the following locations:
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