DIVERSITY & INCLUSION TRAINING COURSES
We take delight in smashing the ‘Diversity & Inclusion training is boring’ myth out of the park and pride in accompanying organisations (& individuals) on their journey to embed a culture of inclusion.
Sure, our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion training programmes cover the relevant legislation (and consequences for not complying), but imparting the facts is the easy bit. If you’re looking to drive lasting change, you need a provider who can engage hearts and minds in the training room and work collaboratively with you to link training initiatives to the broader strategic plan.
The courses outlined below are off-the-shelf examples to give you a flavour for the training we offer. After a discussion we’ll propose an in-budget solution aligned with your diversity & inclusion and people development objectives.
At the heart of RightTrack Learning is a family of specialists, facilitators, coaches, data-experts, actors and script-writers, and with three decades of experience, we are ready to create goose-bump moments that will make a difference.
Our Training Programmes
Building Exceptional Teams Through D&I (Modular)
This is a flagship modular programme, which has been carefully crafted to take your people on a journey to understand the value of difference, recognise behaviours that drive exclusion, understand how to be consciously inclusive, communicate effectively, develop emotional intelligence and become impactful allies…
Supported by practical activities between modules to embed the learning in the context of your organisation, this is the programme for those organisations looking to invest in their people and drive powerful behaviour change and tangible return on investment…
Equality Diversity & Inclusion for Everyone
Creating a space for your people to explore what we really mean by ‘diversity and inclusion’ and why it’s relevant to everyone of us, is a great starting point for any organisation. This customisable course, whether enhanced with actors or without, is designed to be a catalyst of a series of light-bulb moments: the contribution we make to the culture of our team, the diversity of our networks, and when we might unintentionally display non-inclusive behaviours…
Managing Diversity & Inclusion
This workshop takes managers on a learning journey. We engage attendees emotionally, raise self-awareness, explore diversity and inclusion in the context of our roles as people leaders and scope practical actions that look internally (at personal development), as well as externally (to build a more inclusive team.)
The course can be amended to align with the seniority or experience of your management team, and case studies or live acted scenarios can be handpicked to help meet specific learning objectives…
Conversations about neurodiversity often focus on barriers in the workplace, whereas the unique skillsets of neurodivergent people can inspire creativity, bring fresh perspectives and increase productivity in organisations.
This programme is full of thought-provoking discussions and activities which explore what neurodiversity in the workplace means, how it impacts both colleagues and customers and the small adjustments we can make to support individuals with neurodiversity.
Conscious Inclusion for Managers
This modular programme is delivered as four half-day modules over 3-6 months. It’s been carefully crafted to take delegates on a journey to conscious inclusion by placing a strong focus on immediately and consistently using what is learned in the training room in a real world context.
Modules include: Managing EDI; Courageous Conversations (with live actors); Unconscious Bias; Inclusive Leadership (with live actors.) Managers are equipped with interactive tools to help cascade the learning to their teams along the way…
Unconscious Bias & Related Programmes
We offer Unconscious Bias awareness-raising workshops through to advance ‘masterclasses’, as well as programmes that explore Unconscious Bias in the context of recruitment, customer service or leadership. Our most popular programme is From Unconscious Bias to Conscious Inclusion.
We can also support you with post-training embedded strategies to help you drive long-lasting change, and consultancy to ensure your processes are set up to support the change you want to see…
Allyship & Psychological Safety
Allyship is increasingly pitched as a key player in the drive for workplace inclusion which makes this programme a ‘need to have’ for all organisations shining a spotlight on diversity and inclusion or acting on a vision to build high-performing teams.
Using a workshop style approach, we explore what is meant by terms such as ‘bystander effect’, ‘psychological safety’ and ‘privilege’ and practical ways we can all be active allies…
Unconscious Bias in Recruitment
No matter how unbiased people think they are, studies show that candidates aren’t always shortlisted and selected based on their merits. Unless we have mitigating strategies in place, ethnicity, gender, name, educational background and even physical size, strength of handshake or visibility of tattoos can influence decision making – often without people even realising.
This programmes is designed to equip those involved in the recruitment process with practical strategies to help ensure it is a fair and unbiased process…
Authentic Inclusive Leadership
Leadership behaviours set the tone in an organisation. Upskilling people managers and leaders to be inclusive is imperative for organisations committed to creating a culture of inclusion and high-performance. But inclusive leadership has the biggest impact when it’s authentic which is where this programme stands apart from others…
When it comes to company culture and understanding ‘what it’s like to work here’, research suggests there is often misalignment between perceptions of leaders and staff, often resulting in poor return on investment and expectations.
Our free Culture Diagnostic allows us to gain insight into your company culture by surveying employees and senior leaders. Upon completion, a comprehensive and anonymised report, split into demographics, is produced enabling your organisation to make data-informed decisions.
Other Courses Include.....
Other programmes include:
…although, the list of courses provided here is by no means exhaustive. If you can’t see what you’re looking for, or you’re hoping for a solution custom-made to address your organisation’s challenges or objectives, drop us a note and we can arrange a chat or email over some initial information from our vast archive of tried and tested solutions.
What Our Customers Say...
“I’d absolutely recommend RightTrack as an in-house training consultancy; RightTrack have worked tirelessly to ensure we are happy.
Lynne Hunt consistently delivers training that our employees are happy with and the whole team are lovely to work with!”
Claire Bonnet - Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Midland HeartMore testimonials
What Our Customers Say...
“We had a difficult and sensitive message to deliver to all our diverse staff.
Using very talented actors the message was put across in a subtle but convincing manner allowing full audience participation; this created a talking point amongst the staff for weeks later.”
Trish Couldrey - HR Director, Great Walstead SchoolMore testimonials
What Our Customers Say...
“RightTrack have delivered a number of sessions to our management team, including those directly involved in delivering education and training.
The sessions cover more than the basics or material that can be delivered online. They use real cases, actors and examples from other industries and allow attendees to consider, reflect and discuss their views on a range of topics.
Recent sessions have received fantastic feedback. The sessions allow a safe environment to explore not only our responsibilities as an organisation, but also any risks and our role as individuals in such a wide and important topic.”
David Turner - Quality Business Lead, Health Education North EastMore testimonials
Case StudiesBrowse all case studies
Creating a Speaking Out culture at Midland Heart
To achieve a work-based culture where dignity and respect are the norm, people need to be confident to speak out about behaviour or comments that they find inappropriate or offensive, and for that feedback to be received in a constructive way...