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Our Learning and Development offer
Our courses running on Teams and Zoom, including the mandatory briefings and anti-racism training
The Bystander Effect
Fair and Inclusive - Next Steps for Managers 22 June or 20 July
"Without a doubt the most inspiring training sessions I have attended in 21+ years at the council"
“I just want to say that this has been an extremely brilliant presentation…this is most definitely a positive thought and fantastic presentation, thank you so much and I will be taking on the challenges"
|Having uncomfortable conversations - new!
Gypsy, Roma, Traveller Awareness
Equality and Diversity introduction
Neurodiversity in the workplace
The impact of micro-behaviours
Tackling Race Bias
Our behaviour framework
The framework applies to all of us no matter what general or specialist skills our job requires. It is a tool to help us and will enable
us to identify the behaviours we need to do our job to the highest standard, but also to recognise and feel comfortable addressing
behaviours that don’t.
Find it here
Action, Impact, Do
The Action, Impact, Do model of feedback is covered in the staff briefing - it's a great model to structure feedback.
New! Anti racism and allyship in workplace
This guide outlines the steps individuals in the workplace can take towards becoming an effective ally
Video - Community Voices
Residents of Brighton & Hove talking about their living and working in the city, their feelings around its inclusivity and their experiences of using council services. You can find that here
Video - Thinking about the impact of racism (external site)
Research in Practice have collaborated with three practice leaders who have experience of working in children’s social care, to explore how racism has affected their professional lives, and what needs to change. Three short films reflect the themes they explored, which you can access below.
Trauma attuned system - Practice Supervisor Development Programme Repository (rip.org.uk)
Video - Diversity and Inclusion has come a long way, but we still have a way to go (You Tube clip)
CIPD's Katie Jacobs talks to The Telegraph's Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Asif Sadiq, about his engaging panel discussion at the 2019 CIPD Festival of Work.
Asif Sadiq: D&I has come a long way, but we still have a way to go - YouTube
Can Learning and Development Team help you?
Bespoke support can be arranged for teams and services based on need. Please contact your Learning and Development Team or Equalities contact or Andrew Parfitt or further support.
Self-educationA modern approach to learning and development emphasises self-education and recognises that not all development is accessed through formal methods such as training or eLearning. This could be simply learning from day to day experiences,asking questions, reading, tv shows, podcasts, webinars, shadowing etc.
How to find out more, report concerns and get support