Learning and Resources
We are committed to creating a culture of inclusion, where diversity is recognised, understood, and valued. By providing diversity and inclusion learning and communication programmes, we hope to engage with students and staff on realising the benefits that diversity and inclusion brings. It is important to refresh your social inclusion training and knowledge regularly, as legislation, terminology, and best practice progress.
Image right: Photo by Henri Calderon. Close up of a slide from a speaker at the Warwick Inclusion Conference. Slide reads 'Be open minded'.
Our core inclusion learning programmes are:
Good Course Build a Better Workplace: Delivered via your mobile phone over 2 days, this short course explores important and often difficult topics, such as marginalisation and anti-racism, to increase awareness of challenges and how to be an active bystander.
Warwick Principles and Social Inclusion: Key stakeholders collaborated on this course designed to create a shared understanding of what we expect of each other at Warwick.
Additional inclusion training and learning:
Tackling Racial Inequality at Warwick (TRIW)
This university-funded programme, launched in 2020, is aimed at equipping academic and professional services staff with the knowledge and practical tools to engage with anti-racist practices and pedagogy within and outside the classroom, and to challenge racial inequality at the University of Warwick at both individual and institutional levels.
Community Values Education Programme (CVEP)
CVEP's activities and resources help students and staff to develop knowledge, skills, and confidence to create a safe and welcoming community at Warwick. CVEP's Active Bystander Intervention courses equip participants to make safe, effective interventions in response to harmful behaviours.
- Understanding Unconscious Bias (Basic) and (Advanced).
- Recruitment and Selection.
- University of Sanctuary Introduction (on migration, refuge, and asylum).
We are committed to creating a culture in which diversity is recognised, understood, and valued. To do this, we need your help to better understand the make-up of our community - please answer the diversity monitoring questions on your personal record. Staff can update on SuccessFactors and students on Student Records Online. It should only take a few minutes of your time. Find out more about what we ask and how we use it.