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    Entries in Unconscious Bias (4)


    Staff training and development

    As the summer term approaches, many providers turn their thoughts to the training that staff might need. Have you sorted out your staff training and development plans? Interested in finding out what other colleges are requesting?

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    Has equality ‘gone too far’?

    Would you feel comfortable if an immigrant lived next door, or if your line manager had a mental health condition? These are some of the questions in a national survey of prejudice and the answers are surprising. How are you tackling prejudice in your organisation?

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    How inclusive is your organisation?

    If you are familiar with the outcomes of college inspections, you will know that there is a strong correlation between outstanding practice and an inclusive ethos and culture. How inclusive is your organisation? Do staff feel accepted and valued as individuals regardless of difference? Do your managers, at all levels, understand the impact of unconscious bias on staff recruitment and performance management?

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    Spotlight on training – Unconscious Bias, Culture and Respect

    Do tutors understand the impact of unconscious bias on teaching and learning? Do all staff realise that promoting British values must involve tackling unconscious bias if they are to help prepare learners thoroughly for life in Britain’s complex, multicultural society? Do leaders appreciate the ‘bystander effect’ which can prevent the effective tackling of discriminatory attitudes and behaviours? What training have you proved?

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