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Equality and Diversity Training

Gain a nationally-accredited Level 2 Certificate in Equality and Diversity.

Who is it for?

People who want to understand how to apply best practice in relation to equality and diversity in their community or organisation.

Type of learning: Online course

Duration of course: 10 hours a week for nine weeks

Course structure: Divided into three units

Assessment: An assessment of each unit is carried out. Accredited course

Course date: Confirmed on application

How to apply: Create and account and complete and application form for the Government
funded course on the Vision2learn website.

Whatever your situation, this online qualification is a great opportunity to find out how to
apply best practice in relation to equality and diversity within your community and the
workplace.

Gain a nationally-accredited Level 2 Certificate in Equality and Diversity

https://www.vision2learn.net/course/free/118/equality-and-diversity-level-2#UnitOne
https://www.vision2learn.net/course/free/118/equality-and-diversity-level-2#UnitTwo
https://www.vision2learn.net/course/free/118/equality-and-diversity-level-2#UnitThree


Equality, diversity and human rights

This course provides the broad based-knowledge of Equality & Diversity needed by new and existing Patient and Public Voice Partners who are sitting on NHS England boards and advisory groups.

The Patient and Public Voice (PPV) Partner Policy, August 2017 states that all new partners and volunteers working at level 4 should undertake mandatory training of up to 3 courses as identified in their recruitment pack.

  • Equality, Diversity and Human Rights
  • Information Governance
  • Safeguarding

Existing partners should ensure they have completed these modules

If learners already have a good understanding of Equality & Diversity they can take the Equality & Diversity Pre-Assessment which is available as a separate course. By scoring more than 70% this suggests they are at a good level. If so, there will be no need for learners to work through the whole course. Learners may however still find it useful to complete the package in order to update their knowledge.

Who is it for?

This course is aimed at new and existing Patient and Public Voice Partners who are sitting on NHS England boards and advisory groups. Learners will be expected to complete evaluation feedback after working through the course.

Type of learning: e-learning course

Duration: 30 mins

How to apply: To register, please contact england.ppve-learning@nhs.net

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Apply online if you have a long term condition, injury or disability and are working as partners with health care professionals to improve services.

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