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Diversity Workshop

Wednesday, 21 June 2006
09:00 to 16:30
Kenworthy Hall, St Mary's College, Durham Campus
j.m.chatterton@durham.ac.uk
There are places available on the Diversity workshop on 21st June 2006 being offered by the Diversity Office. This workshop is suitable for all staff, and will be of particular benefit to any new staff who have recently joined the University. Diversity and Equality half day workshop - Wednesday 21 June 2006. This half day workshop updates staff on equalities legislation, and provide an opportunity to consider issues related to cultural awareness and meeting the access needs of disabled people amongst other case studies explored during the session. Full details of the course aims and objectives are listed below. Rebekah Wilson of the Internal Audit Office attended a workshop in February this year and highlights the benefits she has experienced:
?I would recommend the diversity workshop to each and every member of staff. The workshop gave concise and an easy to understand overview of legislation and group exercises were interactive and thought provoking. The workshop has assisted me in taking a pro-active, rather than reactive approach to dealing with people, which has improved my communication skills. The workshop has given me an understanding of what diversity is, but more so why it is important to an institution I now feel confident building a rapport and dealing with different groups of people. As a result of the workshop I am more aware of peoples needs and feel comfortable and confident in planning and carrying out my work.?
Rebekah Wilson
Internal Auditor

Diversity Workshop - Aims and Objectives
? To develop a broad understanding of personal and organisational responsibility under equality legislation and the key terms and definitions.
? To appreciate the business drivers for a diversity and equality programme from both the employer and learning provider perspective.
? To recognise the changing profile of the future society and its practical impact on Durham University.
? To understand key features of different cultures and religions and the practical implications within the workplace.
? To develop understanding of the social model of disability and practical implications within the workplace/learning environment.
? To help you understand what you can do as individuals to comply with best practice and legislation.

Staff can book themselves onto a workshop via the University?s training website booking system http://www.dur.ac.uk/training.course, by contacting Julia Chatterton (email below) or via telephone: 0191 3346526.

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