Equality, Diversion and Inclusion – it all
Equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) isn't just a nice to have. It's critical for any organisation in a constantly changing world.
When you create inclusive cultures - where people are listened to, understood and feel that they belong - it all adds up to better results.
What outcomes can I expect from the EDI Accredited Programme?
By the end of this course, learners will have the confidence and skills to:
- Identify specific challenges with EDI in your organisation and take practical steps to overcome them.
- Identify actions to create a psychologically safe environment for individuals and allies where a culture of trust can thrive.
- Evaluate people practices in your organisation to assess if they ensure the workforce reflects the communities the organisation operates in, as well as supporting a fair and inclusive workplace.
- Create a roadmap to increase or adjust workforce representation within your organisation.
- Identify and suggest interventions to build EDI capability in leaders and managers.
- Use data to gain insights and address inequalities within the workplace.
- Create a roadmap for an effective EDI plan for your organisation.
How does learning on an Accredited Programme work?
The EDI Accredited Programme is 50-70 hours of self-directed learning over seven modules. This means everyone taking the course can do so at a pace that suits them.
However, we know that context is everything. That’s why, for organisational learners, we augment the core learning with context sessions specific to your organisation - a chance for learners to come together and embed their learning in an intentional and focused way, designed to support a shift in practice and outcomes.
With practical, real-world applications that’ll give your teams the confidence to not only identify challenges in your workplace, but the credibility to recommend solutions.