Action Disability has a flexible delivery approach, so our training can be classroom based or online and can be delivered as a half day, whole day or even during the evenings.
We will tailor both content and delivery to meet your needs .
Take a look at some of our latest training courses:
Helps provide the frame work within which front line staff operate and
highlights examples of issues faced by disabled people.
Front line staff will understand the challenges faced by people with disabilities
That disability is a personal and diverse challenge
That ‘hidden disabilities’ are understood
That help and support will take many forms
Covers the implications for Board members and senior executives and
understanding the needs, breadth and complexity of people.
Understanding of the range and nature of disabilities
The appreciation of putting disability awareness into policy and
Recognition of the need to engage with people with disabilities
Commitment to ensuring representation of people with disabilities in
senior positions and on Boar
Considers how campaigning, public service and volunteering can empower people with disabilities
Ensuring consultation and participation ‘good practice’ meets the needs of people
Understanding accessible ways to engage with people with disabilities
Understand that the disability community is diverse and this requires different
Develop ongoing ways of consulting and ensuring participation
Looks at hate crime and how to challenge it
Understanding of disability hate crime and the need to work through hate
crime with individuals
The ability to link with partners and agencies to challenge hate crime
The need for keeping good data and records
The importance of creating effective reporting
Ensuring key strategies address the needs of people with disabilities
How to meet the needs and aspirations of people with disabilities in key
That strategic leaders appreciate the need to engage with people with
disabilities when developing strategic plans
That strategic documents understand and reflect the diversity of people with