Schools, colleges and universities take up the most formative years of our lives, so it is vital diversity and inclusion in education is done right. However, it can be difficult for these institutions to know where to start. Ensuring the school environment, staff interactions and the syllabus are inclusive can be a tricky task, but it doesn’t have to be.
At Your D+I, we have experience working with educational institutions, including several universities. Scroll down to learn more, or click below to enquire about our workshops and services for educational institutions.
We have Diversity and Inclusion Workshops on a wide variety of topics. Below is a selection of our workshops that were created specifically for educational institutions like schools and universities. All of our workshops are bespoke and can be tailored to suit your organisation and its specific needs.
We provide consultancy and audits specifically for schools, colleges and universities, helping them gain a greater understanding of their current diversity and inclusion practices. Our audits provide a full report of our findings and offer attainable recommendations for becoming a more inclusive organisation.
We offer staff and student surveys as well as a review of policies and procedures, relevant parts of the curriculum and the environment and buildings. Our findings are then formed into a helpful diversity and inclusion plan, including a bespoke training programme on your institution’s weaker areas.
We also provide support to your employability teams regarding action plans as well as ensuring that employer initiatives and student support are as inclusive as possible. Our audits give your students a voice on how they could better engage with their course, give your staff more confidence in addressing D+I issues and ensure your educational environment is inclusive of all.
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