Conscious Inclusion Training

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Following the huge success of the Neurodiversity Training for Employers workshop throughout this year, we are delighted to launch our second round of workshops; the Conscious Inclusion Workshop. 

This training day will focus on exploring Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) from a conscious inclusion perspective. Delivered by highly experienced and specialised staff with lived experience, this one-day training supports employers to listen to lesser-known as well as suggesting ways to create an improved culture of inclusion for marginalised groups in the workplace. A must attend for anyone looking to celebrate diversity in their organisation! 

For a small investment of only £99 per participant, you will benefit from the 1-day workshop, as well as a follow up consultation with our experienced team.

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Hear from one of our incredible employers, on their experience at the Inclusive Employer workshop, and the impact it has had on their business since attending! 

We also offer Neurodiversity Training for Employers, providing you with the knowledge and skills required to support neurodiverse employees and customers. Find out more, here.

                                                                            Upcoming Workshops:


       19th October 2023 SOLD OUT                                         29th February 2024* SOLD OUT                                             9th May 2024


*Please note: the session of 29th February 2024 will be held at Bristol Training Institute, 12 Colston Ave, Bristol, BS1 1XH.

                                                        The layout of the session will be as follows:

Welcome and Setting the Vision

LGBTQ+ Inclusive Language & Issues

How we have conversations about sexuality and gender


A closer look at unconscious bias and a celebration of diversity


*TRIGGER WARNING* Trauma-Informed Approaches

An introduction to the different types of trauma and what is meant by a ‘trauma-informed approach’

Welcoming Sensory Differences

An insight into hearing and vision differences.

Closing Thoughts

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