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Disability Equality

Disability Equality

Course Overview:

Disability Equality training is our most popular training package.

It's a great way for participants to understand the importance and meaning of disability equality, from both a human rights and equality perspective. This type of training is effective in helping organisations embed disability equality in all procedures, practices and policies. Crucially, this in turn can help you to improve the service your organisation offers to disabled people.

Suitable For:

  • Employees
  • Students
    • Managers
    • Teachers



    Introduction to disability
    The definition of disability
    Disability statistics
    The relationship between disability and age
    The social and medical models of disability


    Practical advice 
    How to offer assistance


    The importance of using correct language
    Using disability related language in conversation
    Appropriate language


    Types of impairment
    Multiple impairment
    Mobility impairment
    Visual impairment
    Hidden impairment
    Mental health
    Learning disability
    Learning difficulty
    Autism spectrum disorder


    Discrimination and legal duties
    What discrimination is
    What equality is
    How disabled people can face discrimination
    Legal protection against discrimination Personal and organisation obligations

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