Diversity project results to be revealed.
A FREE conference in Llandudno next month is set to reveal the results of a project into how e-Learning can best be used to build diversity awareness in large-scale organisations.
The Engaging Diversity project created an online diversity learning programme trialled by more than 4,000 people in Wales.
The project, part-funded by the European Social Fund's Equal programme, explored how e-Learning technology could be used to reach a large audience quickly and efficiently.
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BTC Business Travel Coalition Group, a Llandudno-based specialist provider of e-Learning and training, as project leaders, local authorities, an NHS trust National Health Service Trusts (NHS Trusts) provide many services of the National Health Service in England and Wales. They are not trusts in the legal sense but are in effect public sector corporations. and NGOs created six e-Learning modules covering race, gender, sexual orientation sexual orientation
The direction of one's sexual interest toward members of the same, opposite, or both sexes, especially a direction seen to be dictated by physiologic rather than sociologic forces. , religion, the Welsh Language and disability, in both Welsh and English and with a focus on Welsh facts and history. The modules raised awareness of diversity issues.
The results will be revealed at the conference at Venue Cymru on December 4 which will also feature keynote presentations from speakers including Judy Ling Wong, director of the Black Environment Network, Dr John Fazey, Oxford Learning Institute, Oxford University, and AM Mark Isherwood, a member of the equality committee.
Places can be reserved online at www.engagingdiversity.com /events or by ringing 01492 871111.