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Our core training courses can be tailored to meet the needs of a wide range of audiences including those working in the public, private and third sector as well as service users and community groups. All of our training courses are bespoke and are designed and delivered according to your needs. The training courses listed below are just an example of the type of training we deliver. For more information please contact us on 029 2048 6207.
Our core training courses:
Our Core training courses
- Cultural Awareness in Community Engagement.
- Equality Act 2010: Challenging Discrimination.
- Racism Awareness.
- Hate Crime Awareness.
- Islamophobia Awareness.
- Anti-discrimination Workshops for Schools (see Schools section).
Cultural Awareness in Community Engagement
This course aims to provide a wider knowledge and understanding of the difference between certain cultures and faiths. The course explores a number of diverse cultures and their history and gives practical advice on overcoming barriers to communicate and engage with diverse communities.
Equality Act 2010 - Challenging Discrimination
This course covers how to take action if your employee or student reports an incident of hate or discrimination and how to develop an inclusive work environment for those from different ethnic or religious backgrounds as well as those from other minority groups.
The course works towards the elimination of discrimination in the workplace and education and aims to promote equality of opportunity across all protected characteristics of the Equality Act 2010.
This course explores the background and need for Equality legislation as well as a comprehensive overview of the Act. The course explores the types of discrimination that are covered by the Act and discusses case studies to demonstrate how the equality legislation may apply.
Racism Awareness Training
This course is aimed to provide the skills and confidence to challenge racism when encountered in work and life. It also raises awareness of the relevant legislation – to address racism both in relation to discrimination and hate crime. This training course thus has a specific focus on race and also covers the appropriate and inappropriate terminology as well as the grey areas within both.
Hate Crime Awareness Training
The UK has witnessed spikes in hate crime following the 2016 EU referendum, however, many people still don’t report. This course aims to empower people to know their rights and how to report as well as to promote racial equality as a human right. This course covers the impact of hate on people’s lives and explores the difference between hate crime and the issues arising from the different categories of hate crime. The areas covered include all five hate crime strands: disability, race, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Islamophobia Awareness Training
This course provides participants with knowledge and awareness to recognise and tackle Islamophobia and anti-Muslim discrimination. The course explores the causes and impact of Islamophobia on individual victims and communities.
Anti-Discrimination Workshops for Schools
Race Equality First provides primary and secondary schools in South East Wales with free workshop sessions to raise awareness of issues such as racism, anti-bullying, hate crime and the promotion of equality and respect.The purpose of this workshop is to educate and empower young people to know: their rights; what hate crime and discrimination are; the impact of hate on people’s lives and how to report. The workshop covers: the Equality Act 2010 and the protected characteristics; what is hate crime and discrimination; how to report hate crime and discrimination and who to and extreme examples of hate crime, such as Stephen Lawrence and Johnny Delaney
Public, private sector and charities with an income over £500,000 per annum – £95 per person.
Voluntary / community groups with an income under £500,000 per annum – £75 per person.
Race First Equality Members – £45 per person.
In House and Bespoke Training
£25 per person per 3 hour session for group bookings.
Schools and Youth Organisations
A limited number of free sessions are available. Fees may apply once the free sessions have been booked, but please get in touch to discuss your needs and we will do our best to help.
Race Equality First also welcomes enquiries for bespoke training packages tailored to the needs of any organisation or company.
If you are interested in further information about any of Race Equality First’s training courses and workshops please contact us on 029 2048 6207 or email at email@example.com