Introduction to Equality and Diversity Study Guide
- What do we mean by equality and diversity?
- Why is equality and diversity important?
- Your responsibilities and your employer's responsibilities
- What gets in the way of treating people fairly?
- Challenging unacceptable behaviour
- How to encourage respect for diversity?
- Practical tips for promoting diversity
- How diverse is your community?
Remember throughout to give yourself a pat on the back for participating and build in time to relax during studying.
The information in this Online Study Guide is broken down into bite size learning. The eight sessions (seen on the right hand side of the screen) make up the E&D unit and will help you have fun whilst learning about Equality and Diversity in your workplace.
Each session has an introduction that tells you what will be covered and the learning outcomes you should achieve. There is also writing activities and interactive learning with instructions at every stage.
You will be able to click on the navigation button at bottom of each session to move to next page, previous page and click to start and end session. You will also be able to click on a link to return to this E&D Home Page. On the right hand side of this E&D Home Page you can select one of the eight sessions within this Unit.
You can go to each session in turn and will come across a series of symbols as you go along. Here's what they mean:
|At the end of each session remember to get your E&D Visa signed by your supervisor.|
|There is a written task to complete.|
|There is a puzzle task to complete.|
To complete the E&D unit you will have to study each of the eight sessions in this E&D Online Study Guide and complete the activities.
You will then need to obtain a signed E&D Visa.
Your Head of Centre will have a set of questions and answers to quickly check your competency prior to signing. You will not be asked anything that is not included in this E&D Online Study Guide.
The aim of this E&D Visa is to guide you through E&D and ensure that as you gather knowledge in each key area it is recorded and logged correctly. For this reason you will find it helpful to print off a copy of the E&D Visa before you start the module and each section that you complete may then be signed off on the E&D Visa by your Head of Centre.
The great thing about this E&D Personal Study Guide is that you can choose when and what you want to learn, and at what pace.
Don't be scared of the training material, if you miss a bit of information just go back to the session you want. You can leave at any time by closing your website browser.
If you get stuck or your want to ask a question, send us an email at email@example.com and we will get back to you personally within 48 hours.
The only other equipment you'll need is a notepad and pen or pencil.
Remember that seeking advice and support to help solve queries or problems is a form of strength and professionalism.
We hope that you enjoy the course and we’ve included an evaluation form at the end so that you can tell us how you got on.
When you are ready to start studying, click on 1. What do we mean by equality and diversity?
Good luck and happy learning!
|Cheynes Training would like to acknowledge that Equality and Diversity UK Ltd (EDUK) is the creator and has the copywrite of the 'Equality and Diversity Induction Pack'. |
Working with the permission of EDUK, Cheynes Training commissioned Sheerface Learning to adapt this pack into this