The second workshop in a series of four, Roots HR CIC will be exploring the role of museums to embed Equality and Diversity within their workplace, including their legal responsibilities.
Roots HR specialise in working with social sector organisations such as charities and voluntary organisations. These events are suitable for anyone involved in the management or recruitment of paid staff or volunteers.
This workshop from 10am – 4pm at The Pen Museum, Birmingham B1 3HS will explore the moral and legal case for equality and diversity within the workplace, supporting delegates to understand how effective and relevant policies can support them in meeting their responsibilities to create an inclusive workplace.
By the end of this workshop delegates will:
- Understand what is meant by “equality”, “diversity” and “inclusion” within the workplace and the difference between each
- Understand the case for equality and diversity in the workplace
- Have an awareness of the legal requirements within the area of equality, in particular the Equality Act 2010 and the implications this has on policy development
- Understand the key requirements for an effective equality and diversity policy, including scope, responsibilities and reporting concerns
- Have an awareness of how to implement and embed an equality and diversity policy
In addition you will receive access to free online resources published after the training including:
- Guidance notes
- Template outline policy that can be tailored for your museum
Refreshments and lunch will be provided at this free event.
Dates for the other three workshops: 4 October, 7 December and 8 February> Book Now