We currently offer four specially designed, high-quality e-learning training programmes based around the following topics:
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
Do you know the answer to the following question: What are the ‘9 Protected Characteristics’?
Neither did 43% of individuals within 100 organisations questioned by the National Centre for Diversity in a recent survey. The Equality Act 2010 established legal protection for anyone with a protected characteristic; of which at least six apply to 100% of the population.
Our E-learning training is designed to help you become more aware of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in the workplace. Embracing the concepts can help bring about a positive change, creating a fairer and more equitable workplace.
Every individual person, including you, has at least 150 cognitive biases. This course gets to the heart of understanding them and how they affect your decisions.
The National Centre for Diversity’s cutting edge unconscious bias e-learning programme is a specially designed on-line course. It brings all of your workforce the most up to date thinking and research in a training programme that will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of this new concept.
If we want to understand how our minds work, how to improve decision making and how to create more open, inclusive and effective workplaces, it is essential that we have a good working knowledge of our unconscious biases.
Mental health problems account for the loss of over 91 million working days each year.
All of your staff have a role to play in promoting good mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. This e-learning course is a fast and cost effective way to help raise awareness of mental health across your organisation.
This training enables all staff to learn more about this issue, whether they are focusing on their own mental health, or gaining insight on supporting a colleague. It will also provide information and guidance on how you as an employer can create a healthy workplace to help manage and minimise the likelihood and occurrence of stress.
The Equality Act 2010 (Incorporating the Public Sector Equality Duty)
Many organisations are unaware that they may be breaking the law in relation to the Equality Act 2010. Could your organisation be one of them?
The National Centre for Diversity’s Equality Act 2010 e-learning programme is a specially designed and thoroughly researched on-line course. It presents a comprehensive step-by-step guide of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) legislation outlined in the Equality Act 2010 and helps to make you aware of the legal impact this has on your organisation.
We give you the information in simple terms so that you can apply the knowledge to your own workplace and ensure compliance with the Act.
All of the research, experience and expertise that we have amassed over a decade has been harvested to provide you with what we consider to be one of the best e-learning packages available.
The e-learning can be carried out by every member of your organisation, in your own office environment and in your own time. They provide up to date information in an informative, interactive and cost effective way.