Below are some of the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion resources available to Warwick Staff.
It is important to refresh your equality and diversity training/knowledge every few years, as terminology, legislation, particularly in this area, change constantly.
The ED&I Team hold termly induction sessions for all new staff to hear about the work the team do, an overview of ED&I initiatives and how you can embed this into your role. The session is suitable for all staff at all levels, and is an opportunity for new staff to meet others from across the institution.
Short video clips include:
- Challenges for New Managers
- How to Handle Difficult Situations at Work
- What to Say When ... in 90 seconds
- Absence and Performance Conversations
All staff are welcome to attend the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Network (EDN) where they can receive updates on forthcoming events, new/existing resources that are available, what E,D&I projects are being undertaken and any other relevant topics.
This e-learning module is for all staff. By the end of the course you will understand key legislation in this area and how to approach equality issues in the workplace effectively. It should take approximately 1 hour to complete.
The module is aimed at all staff who are involved in recruitment and selection at the University and is a mandatory requirement particularly for those who have a leadership or management role in recruitment and selection - i.e. Interview Panel Chairs and Panel Members. It is also open to all members of staff.
The term unconscious bias refers to the way in which the brain routinely and rapidly sorts people into different groups, bypassing normal rational and logical thinking.
The information and online courses in this Moodle are designed to support the understanding and counteraction of such biases.
This session is fast-paced, fun, and only 3 hours. This course is designed to remove some of the many misconceptions that people have surrounding disability, and give delegates communication tools, leading techniques (the best and most common ways to lead a blind person) and the confidence to deal with disabled people in the right way.
This course is open to all staff, in particular those who work with students.
You will learn about some of the factors which lead to the development of mental health difficulties, how to respond appropriately to individuals who are exhibiting signs of distress and also what you can do to improve your own mental health.