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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion E-Learning Suite

£100.00£120.00 +VAT


We have partnered with The Hobbs Consultancy to provide this e-learning certification consisting of 9 modules which you can access at your convenience. The programme will help you bring about positive change in your agency by taking an in-depth look at 9 different diversity and inclusion topics. 

Who is it for?

This certification is for people at all levels in the communications industry.  This series of 9 flexible e-learning courses is designed to help raise awareness of Diversity and Inclusion topics within the workplace

What will they achieve? 

By completing these 9 modules, we hope that you will:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of nine diversity topics and the business case for each
  • Learn about how the key issues for each group of people may show up in the workplace
  • Get to grips with some of the critical barriers in the way of inclusion across each topic
  • Explore your own biases and how you might overcome them
  • Take away practical tips to implement in your organisation to make it a more inclusive place to work.

What will it cost? 

We are offering this for £100 (+VAT) for our members and £120 (+VAT) for non-members.

Course Modules
Companies have worked hard to get rid of explicit racial discrimination which is easier to identify and to sanction. However, many unconscious and implicit biases are still at play which are harder to call out. This e-learning module looks at the global picture of ethnic diversity in the workplace, considers some of the barriers in the way of success and shares some case studies of best practice.

Our beliefs about women in the workplace are built at a young age and continue to impact our experiences, both as men and women in the workplace, as adults. Work through practical tips towards identifying and addressing gender disparities in the workplace.

Disabled people account for 1 in 5 of us and yet we pay the least attention to this group when discussing diversity. Learn what you can do to make the workplace more inclusive for disabled people.

While LGBTQIA+ people remain ‘in the closet’ in the workplace and around them colleagues believe same-sex relationships are wrong, there will be an impact on performance appraisal and career progression. Commit to breaking down some of the barriers from allowing everyone to bring their whole selves to work.
Negative stereotypes impact men as well as women. Find out more about Masculinity in the Workplace here…
This e-learning module looks at how the emerging global neurodiversity movement is raising awareness of different types of brains and multiple intelligences. We consider some of the barriers in the way of success for neurodivergent colleagues and how to identify interventions to help build inclusion for all types of brain differences in the workplace.
A multi-generational workforce can actually increase diversity, and yet we hear about the issues it brings. Find out more here

Change the narrative around gender identity and step into your allyship, to create workplace cultures where we all feel comfortable to bring the intersections of our identities to work.

Social class is an often hidden but incredibly important element of diversity. It also seems to be the least mentioned metric of them all.
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