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Course: Managing equality, diversity and inclusion

Managing equality, diversity and inclusion

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About this Course

This course has been developed as a follow-on course from the Equality, diversity and inclusion course. It has been produced with two groups of people in mind:

  • Anyone interested in taking their understanding of the subject to the next level; and
  • Managers with a responsibility for developing and sustaining a culture rooted in equality, diversity and inclusion.

It comprises three video-based lessons:

  • Lesson 1: Understanding the complexities: PCS analysis This lesson, divided into four parts, presents a helpful framework for understanding how and why the issues involved in equality, diversity and inclusion are so complex. PCS analysis serves as a useful analytical tool for making sense of those complexities. It begins by revisiting the key concepts of equality and diversity
  • Lesson 2: Beyond political correctness Many of the difficulties around equality, diversity and inclusion revolve around the use of language. However, the simplistic political correctness approach of simply banning certain words has created more problems than it has solved. This lesson, also divided into four parts, provides a much more realistic approach to the complex relationship between discrimination and language
  • Lesson 3: Making it a reality Embedding equality, diversity and inclusion into a workplace culture is a challenging matter, and so this lesson explores steps that can be taken to equip you to rise to that challenge as effectively as possible

There is also a module companion workbook that you will need to print out before you start the course. It contains space for notes plus an exercise relating to each of the three lessons. This is an important resource for you, as it will help to extend and consolidate your understanding and provide you with a set of notes to act as a reference source for future development. 

Who is the target audience?

  • People with responsibility for managing equality, diversity and inclusion issues and others with an interest in taking their understanding to a more advanced level
Basic knowledge
  • You should first have completed the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion course, as this is a follow on to it
What you will learn
  • You will be better placed to manage and promote equality, diversity and inclusion due to having a much fuller understanding of the key issues
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 11
Common duration: 01:33:37
Introduction
  • Introduction  

    This course has been developed as a follow-on course from the Equality, diversity and inclusion course. It has been produced with two groups of people in mind: (i) anyone interested in taking their understanding of the subject to the next level; and (ii) managers with a responsibility for developing and sustaining a culture rooted in equality, diversity and inclusion. It comprises three video-based lessons:

    Lesson 1: Understanding the complexities: PCS analysis This lesson, divided into four parts, presents a helpful framework for understanding how and why the issues involved in equality, diversity and inclusion are so complex. PCS analysis serves as a useful analytical tool for making sense of those complexities. It begins by revisiting the key concepts of equality and diversity.

    Lesson 2: Beyond political correctness Many of the difficulties around equality, diversity and inclusion revolve around the use of language. However, the simplistic political correctness approach of simply banning certain words has created more problems than it has solved. This lesson, also divided into four parts, provides a much more realistic approach to the complex relationship between discrimination and language.

    Lesson 3: Making it a reality Embedding equality, diversity and inclusion into a workplace culture is a challenging matter, and so this lesson explores steps that can be taken to equip you to rise to that challenge as effectively as possible.

    There is also a module companion workbook that you will need to print out before you start the course. It contains space for notes plus an exercise relating to each of the three lessons. This is an important resource for you, as it will help to extend and consolidate your understanding and provide you with a set of notes to act as a reference source for future development.

Lesson 1
  • Lesson 1.1 Understanding the complexities: PCS analysis  
  • Lesson 1.2 The cultural level  
  • Lesson 1.3 The structural level  
  • Lesson 1.4 Conclusion to Part One  
Lesson 2
  • Lesson 2.1 Language and discrimination  
  • Lesson 2.2 Language and power  
  • Lesson 2.3 Linguistic sensitivity  
  • Lesson 2.4 Conclusion to Part Two  
Lesson 3
  • Making it a reality  
Conclusion
  • Conclusion  
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Level
Beginner
Price
$ 9.00
Course Language
English
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