EqualiTeach 4: Recognising and Responding to Prejudice-related incidents 2020-21

Next Session: February 4, 2021 | 3:30pm - 5:00pm

In the fourth and final live webinar of this series EqualiTeach present on Recognising and Responding to Prejudice-related incidents.

During the training participants will:

  • Be equipped with tools to recognise when a prejudice-related incident has occurred.
  • Explore techniques to effectively challenge prejudice-related attitudes and behaviours.
  • Discuss best practice short-term and long-term approaches to responding to prejudice-related incidents using case study examples.

This will be a live webinar at 3.30pm on Thursday, 4th February 2021.    Once you have made your booking you will receive a booking confirmation.  This will be followed up a week before the event with a joining link for this live session.

Please note that places are restricted to 25 delegates per session and will be honoured on a first come first served basis.

This is one of four live webinars in this series which will need to be booked separately at £20 per session.

Please find below a list with links to each session:

Thursday, 22nd October 2020 Session One: Introduction to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Thursday, 19th November 2020 Session Two: Focus on Race Equality
Thursday, 10th December 2020 Session Three: Promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom
Thursday, 4th Feb 2021 Session Four: Recognising and Responding to Prejudice-related incidents

Who is this course for?

All staff across both Primary and Secondary phases.

Meet the Facilitator

EqualiTeach is a not-for-profit equality and diversity training organisation providing high quality, interactive training and support on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion for education settings. Their vision is an equal, inclusive and diverse society where everyone is valued and able to achieve. They are working with organisations England-wide including the Home Office, Government Equalities Office, the National Education Union and the NASUWT. For more information please see: www.equaliteach.co.uk