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    Entries in workplace learning (3)


    Student awarded £16k in sexual harassment case

    A 17-year-old student receptionist at a Pizza Hut Delivery branch in east London has been awarded £15,800 after winning a claim of sexual harassment. This case raises interesting challenges for education and training providers when organising for their students, work experience, work placements or apprenticeship programmes. For example, how do you carry out a robust E&D assessment of practice for new employers that you engage with, in the same way that you carry out a health and safety assessment of practice? How do you communicate your vision, values and expectations in relation to equality and diversity with employers? How do you get feedback from students on their experience in relation to E&D?

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    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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    Outstanding practice in Equality, Diversity and British Values in WorkPlace Learning - Dates for your diaries

    What's the event about? For many providers, apprenticeships is a growth area, yet they often ‘behind’ in integrating and promoting E&D and British values when comparing workplace to classroom-based learning. This workshop focuses specifically on workplace learning. It explores all areas of the learner journey, for example IAG, sign up (enrolment), induction, performance analysis, assessment visits and progress reviews. It explains how assessors and other staff involved in workplace learning can genuinely raise awareness and promote E&D and British values, rather than take a tokenistic or ‘tick-box’ approach.

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