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CCQM In-house training

“For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.”

African Proverb
Half day or Full day (two half days)

CCQM Introduction to unconscious bias

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This introductory course invites individuals and teams with a clear sense of moral purpose, to recognise, monitor, manage and reduce the potential adverse impact of our personal biases on our everyday practice. Understanding unconscious bias is an excellent entry point into developing individual and staff responsiveness to cognitive process that affect our behaviours and impact on equalities.

This session also provides a foundational training for engagement with the Cultural Cohesion Quality Mark.

Available in 2 hour briefing (for schools) or half day course (3hrs). 

A full day (two half-days) ‘reflecting on practice’ Unconscious Bias workshop is also available for teams, schools or organisations who are actively developing their practice as part of a planned programme. 

To book email: 

CCQM@Leeds.gov.uk

Session coverage: The root of unconscious bias, recognising bias and behaviour, understanding the impact of bias, types of bias and how we can mitigate our biases.

 

Full day (two half days)

CCQM Equality and Diversity - Anti Racism

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This full day (two half days) virtual course is designed for teams, schools or organisations who are actively developing their practice as part of the CCQM framework. Can also be booked as a stand-alone training course.

 

Session coverage: Diversity and inclusion, the law and equalities, removing barriers – with a focus on racism, and power and privilege.

To book email:

CCQM@leeds.gov.uk

 

Accepting the importance of equality and diversity means recognising that no one should have poorer life chances because of their backgrounds, ethnicities or cultures or because of other characteristics. This course invites individuals, teams and organisations to refresh our understanding of how cohesive societies are formed, the laws of protection, structural barriers and our role ensuring these can be overcome.

Half day or Full day

CCQM Introduction to Cultural Responsiveness

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Session coverage –  What is cultural responsiveness, models of competence, benefits of culturally cohesive interactions, considering cultural differences, self-assessment and development goals. 

Available in virtual 2 hour briefing (for schools) or half-day (3hr) virtual training sessions.

 

To book email:

CCQM@leeds.gov.uk 

 

Much more than awareness of cultural differences.  Cultural competence is the ability to understand, communicate with, and effectively interact with people across cultures’. Cultural responsiveness is using your understanding to ensure you can provide the most positive effective interaction, service or outcome. 

To work toward cultural responsiveness, individuals and organisations look internally and externally for a deeper understanding of their own culture and the cultures of the people they serve, and apply the knowledge they gain to develop culturally equitable and effective provision and services.

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What people say about our training
  • [The trainer] was an excellent speaker – she was engaging with the audience and the content was really interesting.

    Understanding unconscious bias briefing (2 hour)
    Overall rating: Excellent
  • Good mix of input, group activities and individual reflection

    Cultural Competence ½ day
    Overall rating: Excellent
  • Interesting and thought provoking, trainer delivered the content well.

    Understanding unconscious bias briefing (2 hour)
    Overall rating: Excellent
  • The presentation was really engaging and truthful.

    Understanding unconscious bias briefing (2 hour)
    Overall rating: Excellent