Equality & Diversity with Anti-Bullying for 1 day or alternatively 1/2 day each in Birmingham

Equality and Diversity in the Workplace ~ 1/2 day

TECC Services based in Birmingham, provides equality and diversity training which is aimed at anyone working or interacting with others to gain a level of understanding and guidance in the role they are expected to play in Equality and Diversity. The training syllabus is applicable to any workplace environment, including the health and social care sector.

Our training in Birmingham includes:

  • Basics of equality and diversity
  • Statistics
  • Barriers to inclusion
  • Stereotyping
  • Prejudice
  • Discrimination
  • Legislation
  • Legal framework
  • Cultural diversity
  • Roles, Rights and Responsibilities
  • Consequences

The training is provided in a friendly, informative and supportive environment at our centre in Birmingham. Delegates are able to gain a deeper level of understanding in relation to equality and diversity, which is an integral aspect of professional practice and positive conduct. The importance of developing self-awareness and demonstrating knowledge of difference and diversity in the workplace promotes equality, inclusion and best practice within the organisational setting and is in line with current legislation and guidelines.

The written activities and practical exercises provide consistent opportunities to promote confidence and competence, enabling the training to be evaluated and evidenced. Additional support in relation to policy and procedure can be provided upon request for companies and organisations.


Anti-Bullying ~ 1/2 day

TECC Services provides a half-day anti-bullying training programme designed for anyone who comes into contact with people through their work, leisure activities or the voluntary sector. The training explores bullying behaviours, different forms of bullying, personal and professional responsibilities and preventative measures, which can be implemented.

The training in Birmingham includes:

  • Statistics
  • Legislation and regulation
  • Bullying in the workplace, residential, school settings
  • Ofsted and local authority guidance
  • National minimum standards
  • Technology
  • Strategies and interventions
  • Appropriate guidelines and law
  • Assistance given to victims of bullying
  • Reporting and recording procedures
  • Complaints procedure and framework
  • Consequences in context

The training is provided in a friendly, informative and supportive environment at our centre in Birmingham. Delegates are able to gain a deeper level of understanding in relation to the indicators of bullying, procedures to follow and services available. The consistency of the training is transferable in any role and is an integral aspect of professional practice and positive conduct.

The importance of developing mindful awareness and anti-bullying practices actively promotes equality, inclusion and best practice within the organisational setting and is in line with current legislation and guidelines. The written activities and practical exercises provide consistent opportunities to promote confidence and competence, enabling the training to be evaluated and evidenced. Additional support in relation to policy and procedures can be provided upon request for companies and organisations.