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Equality North East

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Equality NE Events

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NOV
2017

Level II Certificate in Equality and Diversity

Duration: 3 days This three day programme enables participants to develop a detailed understanding of equality and diversity in society, in the community and in the workplace. The first day is focused on knowledge of equality and diversity in society and consider what is meant by each term. They will develop an understanding of the effects of stereotyping, labelling, prejudice and discrimination and will start to understand the different characteristics that make us who we are.). Day two will support participants to consider the extent and the value of diversity within a chosen community. They will develop an understanding of the potential inequalities which can occur within a community and the support services and groups which exist to ensure equality and diversity is maintained. Finally, on day three knowledge gained from the first two sessions will be reviewed and contextualized to the workplace. This will include how equality and diversity is monitored in the workplace and how the rights of individuals are protected. Minimum participants, 10, maximum 15


28
NOV
2017

1 day inclusive leadership - Parker Hannafin

closed course, organization specific


15
JAN
2018

Call Operator - North East Ambulance Service

To find out more visit: http://www.gateshead.ac.uk/neas/ Why complete the training? The interview process for these roles is a two-stage process including a face to face interview and situational and behavioural assessments. By completing this short training course, you’ll be better prepared and increase your chances of being successful. -Guaranteed interview at the end of the course -Help completing your application and NHS Jobs profile -Training designed by NEAS to help you develop the skills they need -Coaching on how to handle the interview assessments -Better understand the role to be able to answer interview questions -Come away with nationally recognised qualifications Duration:20 days Days: Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4pm Entry requirements: 3 GCSE grades A-C or equivalent, including maths and English or relevant experience and over 18 years’ old Venue: Gateshead College, Future Technology Centre, Barmston Court, Nissan Way, Sunderland, SR5 3QY. *Acceptance onto the course is subject to meeting the entry requirements.


15
JAN
2018

Bus Driver Routeway - Go North East

You must be unemployed to take part on this course. This course is a unique opportunity for those who would like to train for a career in bus driving. If you are unemployed and claiming benefits you are eligible to apply for the course. Job Centre Plus, Gateshead College and Go North East have teamed up to provide a pre-recruitment training package to become a bus driver with the region’s leading public transport company. You will gain nationally recognised qualifications and will have a guaranteed interview with Go North East. The course will provide an excellent platform to prepare you for the recruitment process and how to become a PCV driver. A total of 20 days full time, Monday to Friday 9.30am until 4pm (8am start during 4 days driving activity.) Plus an opportunity to visit a Go North East depot. There are various awareness session dates throughout the year which are approximately monthly and if successful you will be invited on to The ‘Bus Driver Routeway’ course What you'll learn / gain skills in •Introduction to Customer Service •Job search skills •Interview skills •Health and safety •Equality and diversity •Problem solving in a public service environment •What’s it like to be a bus driver? •Practical activity - driving a vehicle Entry Requirements This course is for unemployed people claiming benefits. No formal entry requirements. However, all students will complete a short initial assessment and are required to gain entry level 3 for literacy and numeracy. Students must also provide eligibility evidence to meet European Social Funding regulations, including: •Employment status •DOB •Residency •National Insurance number


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