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The workshop is designed to be an interactive and informative session to equip all employees from junior members of staff, members of the management team and board-level positions with an overview of the Equality Act 2010 legislation and best practice tips to prevent discrimination. It will aim to help participants to understand their responsibilities within the Act from a practical approach and HR perspective. The workshop will comprise presentation-style training combined with practical exercises based on experience and, time permitting, case studies to promote the transfer of learning.

All Bhayani Law courses come with learning materials and a point of contact for queries throughout the course and for a period of 4 weeks after completion.


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To give participants an overall knowledge and awareness of the issues around workplace discrimination and protecting the organisation against claims with good practice, workable steps. The workshop will focus on:

  • employee rights and entitlements; and
  • employer responsibilities and accountabilities.


Learning Outcomes:

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  • know the 9 protected characteristics in the Equality Act 2010;
  • understand the key definitions of discrimination, harassment and victimisation under the act;
  • understand key impacts of the Act on employment;
    understand what unconscious bias is and when this might occur;
  • have practical knowledge of their responsibilities and accountabilities;
  • understand what the implications are if the correct procedures are not followed; and
  • take away practical initiatives to apply to the workplace to prevent discrimination


This training has a new segment on using the correct terminology and language in the workplace. 

In this part of the session we will discuss:

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  • The importance of using the correct and inclusive terminology in relation to gender, race, religion and sexual orientation
  • Slurs and derogatory terms, how these have changed over time and how to avoid using them
  • Microaggressions in the workplace and how to avoid them
  • Being compassionate at work: positive intent doesn’t take away harmful impact


Course Structure

The course will be delivered in person on 14 November 2023 10 am – 1:30 pm, venue to be confirmed.

This session is interactive, with peer-to-peer learning to allow you to think practically about how to apply what you have learnt.


To book your 50% funded place email [email protected] for more information. Spaces are limited so book now to avoid missing this funding! 

Our fees depend on the type of training course you choose. We have individual delegate rates, bespoke in-house group rates, and skills bank funded training. For details of costs and mode of delivery of our training contact us at 0333 888 1360[email protected] or complete the enquiry form below.

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