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Disability Awareness and Inclusive Practice

Disability Awareness and Inclusive Practice

  /  Disability Awareness and Inclusive Practice

OVERVIEW

Our Disability Awareness and Inclusive Practice training program emphasises that all people with different abilities deserve to be respected and valued.  The program explores the concept of disability, and common barriers to participation experienced by people with disabilities.  The program unpacks behaviours and actions that organisations need to adopt to meet legal compliance, and emphasises that building an inclusive culture is key to preventing discrimination.

Designed for:  Managers, teachers, team leaders, supervisors, general staff, volunteers, and contractors.

New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) accredited

Program Length: 3.5 hours in total

This program may be adapted to suit your timeframe

CONTENT

  • Brief overview of disability and the barriers to participation
  • Create an inclusive culture
  • Legislative context and responsibilities
  • What is unlawful discrimination?
  • Reasonable adjustment and inclusive teaching
  • Options for reporting discrimination
  • The role of workers to respect the rights of people with a disability

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Have a greater awareness of the types of disabilities and the barriers to participation
  • Understand the importance of organisational culture to prevent discrimination
  • Understand the concept for unlawful discrimination
  • Understand how to respond appropriately to complaints related to discrimination
  • The role and responsibility of workers to prevent discrimination
DELIVERY OPTIONS
Consulting
In-house

The program can be delivered in your organisation and adapted to suit your needs.

Price: $100 + GST per person

(Min 5 Participants)

Training
Public Program

Dates and locations for 2019 to be advised. Price: $150 + GST per person

(Min 5 Participants)

Online
Online

Coming soon.

The Building-Block Approach

Right Approach adopts a building-block approach that exposes participants to a series of workshops to apply disability equity, or simply attend a one-off workshop.  Providing a number of different training options enables time and budget flexibility.