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Tuesday 25 April 2017 10:00am - 1:00pm. Accenture, 30 Fenchurch St London, EC3M 3BD

Generously sponsored by Microlink. Hosted by Accenture. This workshop will help attendees to understand how best to implement disability-related training and confidence-building initiatives into their organisation. How do you identify what disability training people in your organisation need, and how to you get that training out to as many people as possible? This workshop will provide delegates with guidance on different approaches to building disability know-how into their organisations. We will use a whole-organisation approach to identify the level of disability-specific knowledge required in different areas of the business; from etiquette and soft skills for line managers to procedural knowledge for HR teams. This course will also look at the different training solutions available, from face to face workshops, to webinars, written guidance and tailored approaches. Our consultants will guide delegates to consider ways of integrating disability know-how into their generic training for a more inclusive, productive and disability-smart workforce. This course will examine innovative models for delivering disability training, from buddy programmes to using disability networks. We will provide tools and tips on how to recognise what training is required, and the benefits of various delivery methods.

For futher guidance or training on the practicalities of delivering accessible training or the technical accessibility of training design, please contact Christopher Watkins at chrisw@businessdisabilityforum.org.uk

Learning objectives: Understand the breadth and depth of disability-related knowledge and skills required in different parts of an organisation. Learn from case studies about innovative approaches. Explore models for incorporating disability know-how into mainstream training and learning and development activities. Use evaluation and monitoring techniques and MI to demonstrate return on investment.

Who should attend? D&I leads, managers and professionals, including D&I professionals with particular responsibility for disability; senior sponsors and strategic leads; anyone with involvement in disability training strategy. Anyone with responsibility for the design or commissioning of training and resources or learning and development strategy across their organisation.

Prices and booking Members and Partners: £99 Non-Members: £149 BDF Partners are entitled to two free places per workshop on a first come first served basis. Price includes a networking lunch and is exclusive of VAT at 20%.  

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