How to Design and Deliver Equal Opportunities Training
How to Design and Deliver Equal Opportunities Training provides vocational trainers with information on equal opportunities, outlining the legal position regarding gender, race and disability issues. It offers advice on the avoidance of bias in training programmes and explains how to run equal opportunities awareness courses.
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The Legal Background
Equal Opportunities and Your Organization
Identifying Training Needs
Approaches to Equal Opportunities Training
Planning a Training Programme
Encouraging People to Learn
Running Equal Opportunities Training Events
Is your Training Effective?
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