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Inclusive trainers training programme in action.

Inclusive Classrooms

Running an inclusive classroom for trainers/lecturers 

Trainers/lecturers have a pivotal role to play in ensuring how they deliver their training and education courses is achieved in an inclusive way.   Being aware of unconscious bias, personal perceptions and assumptions is vital as it shapes how we interact with individual students and ensures that all have an equal opportunity of achieving their training/education goal.   The role of trainer holds considerable power and influence, and this needs to be underpinned with appropriate and fair training practices. 


The values exhibited by trainers in the learning space also needs to reflect the organisations wider ambitions of creating a high performing, inclusive culture. 


In most cases the culture creation starts in the classroom, here is where standards and expectations of fairness, respect and inclusivity can be set and behaviours embedded. Resulting in everyone understanding what is expected of them moving forward in their careers.


Trainers/lecturers are adept at achieving the training outcomes of a given course.  However, getting the best from a diverse, challenging cohort of students with different experiences, expectations and backgrounds requires a particular skillset and understanding. 

The Training Objectives

Engaged students and focus during training

Student engagement & focus

Lecturer leading a classroom to inclusive culture success

Embedding the standards of an inclusive culture starting with setting an example at instructor level

Inclusive learning practices

Enhance learning and development.

In session Inclusive Classrooms

Understanding the value of difference and different needs

Taking Notes

Higher academic achievement

Friends Having Coffee

An increased self-esteem in the students and trainers

The Programme Covers

Embedding the standards of an inclusive culture starting with setting an example at trainer/lecturer level

Managing individuals behaviour from loud and dominant to reserved and quiet

Management of diverse cohorts

Dealing with difficult students

How to identify, and react to, non-verbal communication

How to provide feedback

Inappropriate demographic-specific language

"Invisible" students

Following the training sessions, a feedback and evaluation report is compiled to ensure the actions highlighted are embedded and the learning is sustained. The report is reflective of the lived experience and perspective of the participants and includes: 

Issues, actions and concerns arising

Reoccurring themes

Consultative results and areas to be addressed

Voting results

Recommendations and actions

Participant feedback

Our reports are anonymous and compiled around individual, team, manager and organisation actions

All of our high impact programmes are able to be delivered face to face or virtually – just let us know your preference! 

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