Removing Barriers: Follow-On Day - Tuesday 21 April 2020

Removing Barriers: Follow-On Day


11.00am to 5.30pm

Previous attendees of ‘Removing Barriers’ are invited to attend a Follow-On Day in for further in-depth training.    

You have had chance to implement your learning; return to Rose Street to share experiences, ask burning questions and gain valuable new knowledge and insight.

Michèle Taylor will create an interactive and engaging day tailored to the needs of attendees. Content will be based on the elements of our Disability Equality: Additional Modules including:

Your opportunity to delve deeper into the issues, examine the practical impact you can make within your role and organisation, and explore shared solutions with peers.

SUITABLE FOR

  • Anyone who has completed the Removing Barriers or a similar Introduction to Disability Equality training
  • Anyone committed to supporting D/deaf and Disabled access for audiences and workforce within the theatre industry

Feedback for the tutor

“It was great to be in a relaxed environment with like minded individuals who shared best practice and ideas. It was facilitated by Michele brilliantly."

"Michele was a fantastic trainer and facilitator whose knowledge and passion was imparted to us in a safe and comfortable setting."

"Very informative and a great opportunity to be candid without judgement amongst peers." 

"I feel really practically empowered to move forward with an action plan."

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Michèle Taylor is Director for Change at Ramps on the Moon, the Arts Council funded consortium of mid-scale mainstream theatres seeking to increase the number and visibility of D/deaf and disabled people in the industry. She has been delivering training in disability issues for nearly thirty years and has a background as a theatre practitioner, including work with Graeae Theatre. She is committed to ensuring that D/deaf and disabled people’s stories are told in our theatres.

Michèle’s training sessions are interactive and dynamic, with space to bring doubts, anxieties and concerns as well as strategies, ideas and enthusiasm.

Michèle is a registered member of the Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners.

£180+VAT 
Non-Members

£140+VAT, 
UK Theatre & SOLT Member (after 10 March 2020), ITC, FST, ABO and ABTT Members

£100+VAT, 
UK Theatre & SOLT Member early-bird - book before 10 March 2020.

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