The course is informed by a range of material including the organisation’s corresponding policies, The Code of Conduct for Social Care Workers, the RCN and the Equality Act.
The course provides some knowledge for
NHS KSF: Core 6.2
The course is designed for front line staff
working in a variety of settings and disciplines.
The course will assist the organisation to deliver CQC Outcome 1.
By the end of the course learners should understand:
• A range of definitions. To include:
Culture, Multicultural, Diversity, Racism, ADP, Oppression, Marginalisation, Discrimination, Prejudice, Assumptions,
Stereotypes, Harassment, Composite Prejudice, Ethnicity, Direct and Indirect Discrimination etc.
• The different ways in which people from ‘different’ cultures can be discriminated against (generally and within service
provision) To include:
Language, Assumptions, Exclusion, ‘Attitude’
• What it might feel to be marginalised/oppressed in our society
• What is meant by Direct and Indirect Discrimination.
• How discrimination in Health and Care services may impact on the individual’s thinking, behaviour and potential
• What the Law says
• How guidelines and the organisation’s Diversity reflect the Law.
• How to apply Diversity principles into everyday practice; what do support workers need to consider: To include:
Faith/Belief, Food, Personal care, Privacy, Dignity, Gender issues, Festivities, Personal and intimate relationships, The
family, Touch, Sexuality etc.
• The need to reflect on our own beliefs on a continuing basis
|Training methods utilised include Tutor presentations, PowerPoint, Large Group Work, Demonstration, Practical sessions, Handouts, Chalk & Talk, Small Group Work, Quizzes, Practice examples.|