The Business of Inclusion

Wednesday 6 March 2019

A NEW COURSE led by Paul Anderson Walsh and Deborah Sawyerr (The Centre for Inclusive Leadership) 

Understand why inclusion is business critical, and through facilitated discussion, leave with both the motive and the means to begin to develop the inclusion conversation within your own organisation - leading to practical change.

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Access Foundation: Disability Equality & Unconscious Bias 

Tuesday 12 February 2018

Relevant to all roles – whether you know a little or a lot about access, whether you are public facing or behind the scenes – you will come away with something new to think about and practical actions you can take back to your day to day work.

Once you have completed the Access Foundation you will be able to attend a number of modules focused on specific areas of work - from buildings to workforce to communications - our Access Modules will help you create an inclusive theatre for all.

 “Informative, eye-opening and has changed my perspective and understanding of accessibility entirely for the better…[Michèle] managed to create a safe environment where people could open up and share their experiences. I learnt a great deal and it was a very rewarding experience.” Previous delegate

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