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We want to help you always put your best foot forward when working with clients of any race or religion; this course is designed to help you achieve this by deepening your understanding of the diversity of the world around us.


  • Date: 18/07/2022 10:00
  • Location: Online Event

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Description

Course Length: 3 hours

CPD Points: 3

It is important to know that race is a protected characteristic that refers to an individual's race, colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins.

  • Colour includes, for example, being black or white.
  • Nationality includes, for example, being a British, Jamaican or Pakistani citizen.
  • Ethnic or national origins include, for example, being from a Roma background or of Chinese heritage.

A racial group could be, for example, ‘Black Britons’ which would include people who are both black and British citizens


The training that Judi will provide will help you to:

  • Strive to achieve best practice in race, faith, and diversity
  • Support the development of good race, faith, and diversity practice by collecting and sharing examples of practical activities that contribute to progress.
  • Achieve good and exemplar race equality practice to understand how by understanding difference race practices you can enhance the outcomes from mediation.
  • To understand the different types of discrimination and unlawful behaviour
  • To explore how prejudice, stereotypes, unconscious bias, beliefs, values, and attitudes drive our behaviour
  • Explore and consider issues of culturally sensitive approaches to mediation delivery

This course will be run by the highly skilled accredited mediator Judi Lyons.