Disability Awareness & Unconscious Bias Training
Disability Awareness Training in your organisation
Our training is fun, inspiring and emotive. We challenge the attitudes, perceptions and expectations of both disabled people and society as a whole in relation to disability.
We aim to remove the embarrassment of social interaction when working with disabled people by building your confidence and teaching you simple communication tips in a relaxed, interactive learning environment.
Why should we attend?
We believe that there is no better way to become more comfortable around disability than by meeting a range of people with different impairments.
Our trainers have a range of disabilities and are here to remove the fear factor so often associated with disability. They’ve heard it all before and welcome your questions, so don’t be shy and get stuck in!
Training is delivered in your workplace or alternatively we have rooms in London, enabling you to come to us. Taylor your training to suit your client and staff needs.
Is it ok to say see you later to a blind person?
Would I refer to someone as a dwarf, midget or a little person if they are small?
Should I get down to the same level as a person in a wheel chair or is that patronising?
I’ll be a lot more confident in assisting a disabled person in future, which for me made the workshop really worthwhile.Julie Littlefield, WaterAid
It was great to see the contribution from participants and thrilled at the outcome. I would highly recommend Enhance the UK to anyoneReg Cobb, Kensington & Chelsea College
The session was really informative, fun, insightful and it was a joy to be part of a refreshingly new style of training.Kazem Beaton, Macmillan Cancer Support
- Understand the communication, etiquette and language issues around disability to feel confident putting in to practice the tips and advice we give you in your daily lives.
- Develop an understanding of the barriers that disabled people experience when accessing services and learn ways to overcome them.
- Recognise the role that attitudes towards disability play in discrimination and how they might need to be shaped.
- Discuss and ask questions in a relaxed and safe environment.
We ensure accessibility for disabled participants.
- Full training with highly qualified user-led trainers
- Free support folder
- Resource & reference materials
- Useful contact details
- Post training support and consultancy by email or telephone
- Enhance the UK certificate of attendance
We aim to ensure high quality teaching and learning.