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Latest Training Course Dates

Latest Training Course dates from our Training and Consultancy department.

Disability Equality Action Training

Disability Equality Action Training through our unique and innovative approach using the 'Social Model of Disability' can help your organisation or business to:

  • Be more inclusive and meet legal requirements
  • Improve your communications with disabled customers and colleagues
  • Identify and remove disabling barriers for disabled customers and colleagues
  • Provide better services

Breakthrough UK provides regular training events at our accessible offices in Manchester. All of our trainers identify as disabled people and have extensive experience in facilitating change in organisational policy and practice.We have developed flexible training solutions drawing from a wide range of techniques, hands on activities and discussions to engage delegates and open up debate. Support delegates to identify short,medium and long-term changes through action planning for change.

We are scheduling one-day DEAT Training courses over the next few months. Places will be limited. Discounts are available to organisations booking more than one place.

Wednesday 19th March 2014

Wednesday 11th June 2014

Details of a City Centre-based venue will be confirmed once scheduled.

For further information or to book a place on our next one-day course, please contact Katrina Keane, Training and Consultancy Coordinator at Breakthrough UK, on:

Tel 0161 234 3950

'No Place for Hate'

Disability Hate Crime has unfortunately become a familiar experience for many disabled people that in some cases have led to tragic outcomes for individuals and their families that could have been prevented.

By undertaking training delegates will :

  • Have the opportunity to explore the social model of disability and the barriers and discrimination disabled people face.
  • Explore the impact of this discrimination and how it manifests into Disability related Hate Crime and Harassment.
  • Understand the current social context and rise of Disability Related Hate Crime and Harassment.
  • Explore the proposals from the Equality and Human Rights Commission Inquiry – Hidden in Plain Sight.
  • Consider how you can make a difference in your working life.

Breakthrough UK provides regular training events at our accessible offices in Manchester. All of our trainers identify as disabled people and have extensive experience in facilitating change in organisational policy and practice. We have developed flexible training solutions drawing from a wide range of techniques, hands on activities and discussions to engage delegates and open up debate.Support delegates to identify short,medium and long-term changes through action planning for change

We have scheduled one-day 'No Place for Hate ' Training courses over the next few months these are listed below. Places are still available. Discounts are available to organisations booking more than one place.

Wednesday 26th March 2014

Wednesday 18th June 2014

Details of a City Centre-based venue will be confirmed once scheduled.

For further information or to book a place on our next one-day course, please contact Katrina Keane, Training and Consultancy Coordinator at Breakthrough UK, on:

Tel: 0161 234 3950

Disability Motivated Crime & Harassment Training

Disability Hate Crime has unfortunately become a familiar experience for many disabled people that in some cases have led to tragic outcomes for individuals and their families that could have been prevented.

Breakthrough UK has now developed a programme for social housing providers on Disability Motivated Crime in the Social Housing Setting, following the recent Equality and Human Rights Commission Inquiry (hyperlink to Hidden In Plain Sight) into disability-related harassment.

This programme includes:

  • Training to enable staff and tenants in your housing association to swiftly identify disability motivated hate crime and harassment and to take appropriate action.
  • Briefing sessions for managers and decision makers in your housing association
  • Follow up support such as case work and advocacy support for disabled tenants facing harassment in their homes.

For further details please contact Katrina Keane, Training and Consultancy Coordinator at Breakthrough by telephone 0161 234 3950.

We also design and deliver bespoke training, tailored to your specific business and organisational requirements. Please contact us for further details.

Alternatively, you can e-mail the Training and Consultancy Coordinator for further information or to book a place.