We all have the human right to be treated equally with dignity and respect, but quite often we do not understand the complex needs of others.
Disabled people have the same right as everyone else to work. For many of us we do not understand the specific challenges or difficulties that disabled people face on a daily basis.
The employer has a responsibility to ensure that reasonable adjustments are made within the workplace to accommodate the requirements of a disabled person.
Duties also extend to employees for example – you may be requested to assist a disabled person during an emergency evacuation. If you employ disabled people or you could potentially have disabled visitors you need to consider our Working with Disability in the Workplace Course.
This e – learning module provides the essential information as detailed within the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA).
The training clarifies both the employer’s and employee’s responsibility in addition to assisting with the practical application to assist disabled people.
There are many types of disability, for example:
- Sensory – hearing and sight
This module explains how we view each other, what is required, how disabled people can be assisted with accessibility and questions what else needs to be done. But most importantly the module assists both the employer and employee understand disability, adopt the right attitudes and addresses perception of disability.
The consequences of not providing suitable training can be disastrous in terms of human suffering, legal costs and business interruption. This is why more and more businesses are using e-learning to easily communicate the essential knowledge required when it comes to understanding disability.
We are the trusted e-learning provider to a wide range of companies and organisations from SMEs through to national brands and UK government agencies who all love the ease-of-use of our online training courses. E-learning is fast to deploy and all learners can be tracked through our intuitive learning management system.
By the end of the course you will have learned about:
- Have a sound knowledge of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995
- Understand employers & employees responsibilities
- Have an improved their knowledge of types of disability
- Have a greater understanding of the challenges that disabled people face on a daily basis
Working with Disability in the Workplace e - learning
This E - Learning course has been designed to enable Teachers and anyone else interested in the Investigation process wihtin schools to fully understand the process of investigation while staying at home.
For further information please contact us.