Diversity, Equality and Discrimination V2

Producer: Learning Nexus

Duration: 50 minutes.
This product is an online product and is a single-user, 6-month licence.
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Overview

CPD Certified - contributes 1 point towards your CPD.

Diversity and equality are terms that are much used these days and this course sets out to discover what they actually mean and why they are so important both in and out of the workplace.

The Equality Act 2010 is the most significant piece of equality law for many years and this course explains in simple terms how it affects those possessing any of the nine ‘Protected Characteristics’, and the implications for those employing or working alongside them.

Discrimination, how it occurs and how it can be avoided is sensitively explained using simulations and case studies based on the imaginary town of Equalityville, whilst achievement of learning objectives is tested throughout using different methods of formative and summative assessment.

This course is for all members of an organisation requiring a base level understanding of the subject and its practical application.

This product allows the student to print a certificate from the course on sucessful completion.

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- Flash enabled – Minimum V6
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- Minimum Windows 2000 Operating System
- Silverlight may also need to be installed for some courses
- Most ECDL courses will require a download of the ActivX component from within the course

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Topics

This course covers:

- The meaning of diversity and equality
- The benefits of diversity
- The ‘Protected Characteristics’
- Direct discrimination
- Discrimination by association
- Discrimination by perception
- Combined discrimination
- Indirect discrimination
- Justification of indirect discrimination
- The effects of discrimination

Objectives

On completion of this course the learner will, on returning to his or her job role, be able to apply an appropriate equal opportunities approach to enable them to avoid discrimination and bias.

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