We cover a wide range of equality, diversity and inclusion areas such as:

Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion – This workshop explores core equality concepts, bullying and harassment, organisational values and behaviours, equality impact assessments and the Equality Act. It outlines the relationship between equality and diversity and considers the business case and business benefits. The course will review the appropriateness of language, banter, effective feedback and challenge.

Data monitoring – This workshop will assist you in developing appropriate data monitoring systems and procedures. We will explore this from both a workforce and customer service aspect. In the case of the latter, we will equip employees with the confidence to maximise collection rates. We will provide expertise, advice and best practice approaches to equality data collection, analysis and reporting.


Unconscious bias – Research shows us that unconscious or implicit associations affect the decisions that we make and how we communicate with people every day. This course will examine how our unconscious preferences impact on the way we operate in the working environment; Stereotype threat, Internalised bias and Privilege. It will detail how to reduce the effects of unconscious bias as individuals and within the organisation.


Inclusive leadership – Research has shown that inclusive leadership leads to better performance, greater retention and satisfaction levels amongst staff. This course will analyse inclusive personal traits and creating an inclusive environment where individuals, teams and the organisation thrives. It will equip managers with the appropriate skills and knowledge to make people feel valued and create a productive working environment focusing on culture, relationships and decision making. Listen to webinar:


Talent management – We will examine established best practice in talent management,  barriers and solutions, and the development of progressive & inclusive talent strategies in recruitment, retention and progression, including positive action approaches.

Sexual harassment workshops - Exploring what is sexual harassment, how to identify it, and how to avoid and respond to sexual harassment incidents. The workshop will give participants the skills and confidence to challenge sexual harassment in the workplace.


Cultural competence -  Explores the ways in which cultural difference can create barriers to effective communication and identify working practices which facilitate greater understanding of different cultures. Participants learn how to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and reduce the chances of being misunderstood, and how to demonstrate cultural sensitivity in interactions with both colleagues and communities.

Accessibility and reasonable adjustments – Examine the ‘social model’ of disability and enable organisations to break down barriers in their day to day work. It will provide clarification around ‘reasonable’ adjustments and emerging case law.