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To show employees how all types of discrimination can and should be avoided in the workplace.

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Course programme

The aim
To show employees how all types of discrimination can and should be avoided in the workplace.


About the programme
It may be wrong to treat everybody in the workplace as if they are the same, because people are individuals. But it may be equally as wrong to treat them as different, because of stereotypes or by judging them on one aspect of their persona, such as age or race.
In this programme, Femi Otitoju, a leading authority on equal opportunities, takes us through five clear examples of common discrimination problems using sensitive dramatised case studies, which come with/without commentary, and flexible written materials.
-What can we do for him?Deals with those who have a physical disability and how easy it is to make assumptions about them
-Ron's girls.How inappropriate language about someone else's gender or sexuality can be offensive and cruel, even if it's not intentional
-Present company accepted...About racial discrimination and the importance of non-verbal communication as well as what people say
-Can't they take a joke?Covers the issue of age and how jokes at the expense of individuals or groups can offend
-Jobs for the boys.Brings all the issues together, when two women second-guess their organisation's recruitment strategy with nothing to go on but stereotypical assumptions


The key outcomes
-Learn to treat wide-ranging problems in a sensible, practical way
-Eliminate discrimination in the workplace


Programme includes:
DVD (45 mins)
Summaries (3 mins)
Reprise (30 mins)
Course guide
6 OHPs
Quick guide


Information:
A Melrose production. Available with sub-titles. Release date: 1995

Learning-chapters
  • An introduction to equal opportunities
  • Stereotyping disability
  • Verbal sexuality and gender discrimination
  • Non-verbal race discrimination
  • Discriminating humour
  • Recruitment discrimination through literature
  • Summary

Learning-chapters

  • Trailer
  • Pre-test
  • Introduction
  • Assumptions
  • Awareness: learnings 1-2
  • Awareness: learnings 3-5
  • Application: learnings 6-7
  • Equal opportunities
  • Discriminatory practices
  • Stereotyping is silly
  • Action plan
  • Knowledge Check
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