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Your organisation believes that successful implementation of equality and diversity in all aspects of work ensures that colleagues, staff and students are valued, motivated and treated fairly.
Why is equality and diversity important? For example, an employer may allow an employee to work a flexible working pattern to accommodate child care arrangements, or a GP surgery may offer surgeries at the weekends to accommodate those who work full time during the week.
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Life course influences and well-being in later life:The Further Education sector has been hit hard by austerity. The sector is still shuddering from the after shocks of funding cuts.
We work with over colleges and have seen that some colleges have had to restructure four times since Today, Equality, diversity and inclusion is a very important part of almost all bids and tenders.
What equality law means for you as an education provider: further and higher education Equality Act Technical Guidance on Further and Higher Education Equality Act Technical guidance for schools in Scotland. Equality and Diversity in Further Education by Sheine Peart Further Education is the most diverse of all the education sectors.
Managing diversity and promoting equality, a legislative requirement of the Equalities Act, brings significant challenges for practitioners who are tasked with making the rhetoric of politicians a reality, often. Embedding equality and diversity in the curriculum: lessons from Scotland’s colleges Suzanne Marshall Embedding Equality and Diversity in the Curriculum, involving eight further education The current context for further education in Scotland Equality legislation.
SAMPLE 2 • Equality and Diversity in Further Education Chapter aims This book has been writt en for all staff who work in a teaching, training or supporting learning capacity in Further Education (FE).
In relation to education, the issues which surround equality and diversity are ensuring that each learner is treated fairly and has equal access education regardless of their gender, age, disability or personal circumstance. (petty )All learners must be given equal support and opportunities and the chance to express themselves.Download