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    Wednesday
    Jul042018

    Taking the lead in E&D

    Do you have a lead role in E&D in your organisation? How confident are you on the requirements of the Equality Act 2010? For example, would you know what types of discrimination can be justified and what types cannot? What the main applications of the Act are for education providers? What the 11 key requirements of the specific duties of the Public Sector Equality Duty are (12 if you live in Wales)? Would new guidance from the Equality and Human Rights Commission help?

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    Wednesday
    Jul042018

    Seeing outside the E&D ‘box’

    Most of us do not fit neatly into just one or even two or three E&D ‘boxes’. We recognise that aspects of our identity, cultural heritage and social circumstances are not mutually exclusive entities but instead interact. Do your staff appreciate that this intersectionality approach to equality and diversity has significance for colleges wanting to close equality gaps? Would new guidance help?

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    Wednesday
    Jul042018

    Are you using positive action to address gender segregated apprenticeships?

    Did you know that positive action is chronically under-utilised, which in turn is acting as a barrier to addressing the under-representation of women within certain apprenticeships such as engineering and construction? Did you know that part of the reason for this is confusion on between positive action and positive discrimination? Would new guidance help?

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    Tuesday
    Jun192018

    Educating Young People about Islamophobia

    According to a May 2018 report, ‘Many young Muslim people say abuse is so commonplace it is normalised, but teachers feel ill-equipped to tackle issues of Islamophobia in the classroom.’ Ofsted expect outstanding tutors to have the knowledge and confidence to take advantage of what is going in the world to help prepare learners for life in Britain’s complex multicultural society. Are your tutors confident to tackle this issue and to facilitate conversations around Islamophobia? Would new resources help?

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    Tuesday
    Jun192018

    Neurodiversity: Are you losing out on skills of people with autism? 

    Given that around 10% of the population is neurodivergent in some way, can HR afford to miss out on this important pool of talent? What are the implications for staff supporting neurodiverse learners in workplace learning? Interested in reading new guidance from CIPD?

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