Flexible EDI and inclusion training
Accessible for individuals and teams my training sessions combine my lived experience and knowledge of disability with my extensive PR experience. This blend creates specialised training, tailored to the needs of the PR industry.
Practical skills and support
All my courses are designed to give PR and comms professionals a deeper understanding of:
- Disability history and its impact on modern day PR and communication
- The different Models of Disability and how they affect disability narratives
- Inclusive language
- Supporting disabled colleagues
Whilst at the same time building practical skills and inclusion toolkits which can be used in everyday PR and comms work.
Disability is still too often a difficult subject to bring up in conversation and to tackle in our communications. Fear of ‘getting it wrong’, or simply not knowing where to start can mean disability is missed entirely in the broad spectrum of EDI. My disability inclusion training gives professional communicators the confidence to discuss campaigns through a disability lens, to call out when disability is missed out, and to be an ally to disabled colleagues.
Choosing the training that’s right for you
Distance learning – online training
Online training has enabled many more people to access brilliant content from anywhere in the world. I hold my sessions on Zoom, with Live Captioners as standard, for up to 20 people at one time. The sessions are delivered live by me and have space for discussion, reflection on learning and questions from attendees.
In person training
Prefer training delivered face-to-face at your own location? My in-person training is delivered as a half day session at your office location. The face-to-face training offers workshop options to further engage employees and give them an opportunity to put learning into practice during the session.
Training and workshop testimonials
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