Training + Consultancy

Training and Consultancy

GREC offers a range of training packages, tailored to your organisation’s needs. We work with the public, private and third sector, community groups, educational establishments, etc. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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Cultural Awareness:
Cultural awareness involves understanding and welcoming participation from all sectors of the population. It is a valuable organisational strategy to improve team works’ dynamics and activate an honest dialogue among your staff. This is an interactive presentation to explore strategies that could improve staff awareness and a positive sense of organisational identity.

Unconscious Bias
This interactive presentation allows participants to identify the detrimental effects of unconscious bias, whilst learning simple techniques to mitigate their individual impact and potential social outcomes. The content of this presentation is aimed at providing challenges and reinforce the benefits of opening up to new perspectives in order to achieve better results within teams and communities.

Intersectionality
Intersectionality training invites participants to understand the complexities behind individual identity. This in turn, allows participants to shift their perspective and embrace an open-minded attitude towards their fellow humans. Up to date information on protected characteristics and social barriers included in this training would strengthen the opportunities for further dialogue and interaction among participants, whilst expanding their point of view on issues that are likely to be treated in isolation.

Consultancy Service

Advice and support for businesses and organisations that want to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace and culture.

Contact: info@grec.co.uk (or John?)

And a description for our Consultancy service:

 

We recognise that for equality to truly advance, it will require real change from organisations across all sectors. There are many reasons why it is important for organisations to improve their approach to promoting and embedding equality:

developing a workplace culture where everyone is valued and respected
ensuring equality (and avoiding discrimination) in recruitment and career progression
attracting the best talent
making the most of the benefits of a diverse workforce

Depending on the needs of the organisation, our consultancy model will be tailored to offer facilitated discussions with the board or staff teams, establish an equality baseline through surveys or focus groups, carry out a full audit of equality processes within the organisation or review and redevelop equality policies and procedures

To find out more and discuss your organisation’s needs, email info@grec.co.uk to arrange a meeting.

We recognise that for equality to truly advance it will require real change from organisations across all sectors. There are many reasons why it is important for organisations to improve their approach to promoting and embedding equality: developing a workplace culture where everyone is valued and respected; ensuring equality (and avoiding discrimination) in relation to recruitment and career progression; attracting the best talent (no matter a person’s background); making the most of the benefits of having a workforce made up of diverse people and ideas.

Our consultancy model is tailored to suit the organisation and where they are starting from. It could include facilitated discussions with your board or staff teams, creating a survey to establish baseline, a full audit of your processes relating to equality, or review and re-development of your relevant policies and procedures. All of these options (and more) can be combined with our training sessions.
To find out more and discuss your organisation’s needs, email info@grec.co.uk to arrange a meeting.

 

ADAPT

Anti Discriminatory Awareness Practice Training (ADAPT) is an innovative book and community toolkit published by GREC to help address offending behaviour where prejudice/hate crime is a factor. ADAPT offers a resource guide blending criminal justice theory and grassroots work, alongside information and 44 practical exercises to address offending behaviour and hate crime/prejudice incidents.

Contact: info@grec.co.uk

Blurbs for all the trainings below need to be added! 

Intersectionality

Equality and Diversity

The Equality Act 2010

Understanding Unconscious Bias

Understanding Prejudice and Discrimination

Reporting Prejudice Incidents and Hate Crime