Course Overview

This course highlights the importance of disability inclusion and gives learners tips on how to achieve this in the workplace whilst following legislation and implementing theory.  The activities encourage reflection that can be implemented into practice. The course encourages the learners to reflect on practice and how things could be positively impacted, including the treatment of individuals within their care provision. Learners are challenged to think through issues for themselves which can aid in personal development and professionally. Then, the quiz is completed at the end of the course to consolidate learning. A session re-cap is held where the learner can ask any further questions and key factors are stated by the Tutor. Learners are given the opportunity to reflect on what they have gained from the programme.

Aims & Objectives

  • Define Disability Inclusion and discuss relevant terminology
  • Investigate relevant legislation and inclusion theory
  • Discuss OFSTED expectations
  • Highlight the protected characteristics and what people are protected against
  • Include the United Nations Disability Inclusion Strategy and how the UN are tacking global inclusion
  • Describe common conditions and hidden disabilities
  • Mention the importance of inclusion and the theory associated

Course Audience

Adult practitioners in the health and social care sector

Course Duration

3 hours

Available Course Dates

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This course is accredited by Open Awards ‘Badge of Excellence’

Course Price

The course price is £40 or 2 Credits


Course Curriculum

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