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Diversity and Inclusion Training at Ofcom

We believe it is essential to promote the benefits of diversity and inclusion. All new Ofcom colleagues must complete our online diversity and inclusion training.

We also offer unconscious bias training, which is compulsory for all our hiring managers and people managers. This contributes to a culture where everyone is valued on their merits – we feel this makes us more effective as an employer and as a regulator.

We hold workshops that help colleagues to:

  • understand what unconscious bias is and how it impacts our decision-making;
  • reflect on their own behaviours and how they can manage dynamics at Ofcom; and
  • employ new strategies and behaviours that help to create a more diverse and inclusive working environment.

Unconscious bias training is also available online.

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