Equality, Diversity & Inclusivity

Training

E-learning Modules

As well as offering flexibility, the on-line modules provide a safe environment for you to learn more about equality and diversity. Helpful quizzes are incorporated to test your knowledge and understanding along the way - please be assured that this information is intended for self-assessment purposes only.

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Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education (HE)

All Staff – this module is mandatory for all members of staff as part of their induction to the organisation. Any longer standing members of staff who have not yet undertaken this module already, should also do so.

This module has been specifically designed to raise awareness of EDI issues within the HE environment and to inform staff about their rights and responsibilities.

All of these modules can be accessed by clicking on this online training module link.

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Unconscious Bias Awareness

All Staff – this module is mandatory for all members of staff as part of their induction to the organisation. Any longer standing members of staff who have not yet undertaken this module already, should also do so.

Our background and personal experiences, societal stereotypes and cultural context can have an impact on our decisions and actions without realising.

This session looks to identify unconscious biases and understand their potential for impacting on decision making and develop techniques to minimise their impact.

Equality Impact Analysis

 

This module introduces the concept of Equality Impact Assessments (EIAs) and explains what they are, why they’re important, what the law says and key stages of the EIA process.

Identifying and Responding to Student Mental Health Problems

 

 

Transgender Awareness

 

 

Digital Accessibility

All University staff who create any kind of written and/or visual communications - this includes word/pdf documents, web content, blogs, social media posts, newsletters, posters and even emails.   

Digital Accessibility relates to making digital content and designs clear and simple enough so that most people can use them without needing to adapt them, whilst supporting those who do need adaptations to easily and effectively access these. This module will guide staff who create online content through our requirements under the new Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications Accessibility Regulations (2018).

Access this module by clicking on our Staff Moodle Training link and use the search modules bar to find Digital Accessibility.
Click on the header Digital Accessibility to start the module.

 

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Last Updated: 19/07/2019