Our society is incredibly diverse, and for many of us our workplace environment feels like a great place to be, but this is sadly not the case for everyone. Just because you are experiencing inclusion doesn’t mean everyone is, sadly many people are still experiencing discrimination.

This Diversity and inclusion in the workplace training course introduces the key elements of diversity and inclusion, underpinned by the Equality Act, that everyone needs to know about. These are related to workplace situations we will all recognise, but may not feel sufficiently equipped to handle.

  • £50 plus VAT
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£ 50.00 plus VAT

What you will learn

What you will learn

  • Facts related to the discriminatory treatment experienced by different groups in society
  • How to define equality, diversity and inclusion
  • The business case for promoting equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Describe the protected characteristics enshrined in the Equality Act
  • Identify areas of discrimination covered by protected characteristics
  • Define different types of unlawful conduct
  • Recognise common barriers to inclusion and the remedies for them
  • Define prejudice, stereotyping and bias, and how to reduce their impact
  • How diverse our society is
  • How to apply actions that can be taken to value diversity and promote inclusion in the workplace
What the course covers

Modules in more detail

  1. Introduction – an explanation of the terms ‘equality’, ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusion’, supported with facts about how some different groups in our society are treated, before exploring the benefits of valuing diversity and promoting inclusion at work
  2. Protected characteristics – an introduction to the Equality Act 2010, focusing on the 9 protected characteristics enshrined within it. Explore the types of discrimination covered by the Act in a series of workplace scenarios
  3. Unlawful conduct – an explanation of the 6 types of unlawful conduct covered within the Equality Act, through a series of workplace case studies. Practical guidance on employee, employer and service provider liability
  4. Barriers and remedies – identify barriers which may cause exclusion, and consider potential remedies to those barriers. Explore the influence that prejudice, stereotyping and bias can have on diversity and inclusion and learn how to reduce their impact
  5. Valuing diversity and promoting inclusion – explore the actions you can take to value diversity and promote inclusion at work, whatever your role may be. Practical suggestions to give you the confidence to use a range of diversity and inclusion actions in a series of workplace situations, and embrace the positive impact those actions can have
Who it is suitable for

Who it is suitable for

  • Any organisation as part of a programme of awareness training
  • Anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge of D&I issues and develop a more inclusive culture within their organisation
  • Suitable for managers, HR professionals and team members


  • £50 plus VAT
  • Contact us for large group quotes

At a glance...

At a glance
  • Five online modules
  • Total learning time – 125 mins
  • Gamified self-led learning
  • Works across PC, tablet and phone
  • Inclusive and accessible
  • Full audio voiceover & closed captions
  • Video and eLearning format
  • Digital activities, quizzes and action plans
  • Comprehensive, searchable glossary of terms
  • List of sources for further reading
  • Full access for 6 months
  • Developed by experienced Diversity & Inclusion expert
  • Digital certificate on completion