Equality and Diversity – for Health and Social Care
Workplace equality is a right for all employees and challenging it when it’s not in place is important. If you work in health and social care, you’re particularly likely to encounter people from a wide range of backgrounds and some of these people will need your support to promote adequate equality and inclusion. Cultural awareness training can help clarify the areas in which some people struggle in the workplace.
4 reviews for Equality and Diversity – for Health and Social Care
Much more interesting that other online courses because of the variety of different methods used, this kept me engaged
Very informative and directly applies to my day to day area of work and will enhance my delivery of service.
Very well structured with small amounts of information presented in a way which made them easy to understand
I think this course is very good, as you get questions throughout, then a quiz at the end of each section
An excellent way of delivering the course
The diagrams and source material were extremely helpful
Enjoyable and thorough, straight to the point
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