Disability equality training courses

Disability equality training courses with DSC

Disability equality training courses with DSC and London Sport

New Disability Equality training to improve access to sport services for disabled people

A bespoke workshop aiming to improve the knowledge and confidence of sport, tourism and leisure professionals

Disability Sports Coach and London Sport have partnered to deliver disability equality training courses that aim to ensure disabled people have improved experiences when accessing sport services and facilities in London.

The tailored, bespoke course improves individuals’ knowledge and understanding of barriers that deaf and disabled people may face in a sports facility, reasons why it is important and beneficial to make services inclusive and how organisations can effectively engage with deaf and disabled people.

Who is the course for?

This is an introductory course suitable for any organisation that provides services in sport, leisure and tourism.

What the course delivers?

  • Understand the business case for providing inclusive services
  • Identify steps that could be taken to remove specific barriers in your facility
  • Understand the Equality Act 2010 legislation
  • Explore different methods of communication
  • Explore how to use terminologies appropriately

The course is 3 hours long with a comfort break

Book a course for your organisation

The course can be delivered at your venue with just your staff, at a time and day that is convenient.

To book or for any queries email louis@disabilitysportscoach.co.uk or call 020 7021 0973.

Cost & Requirements

£600 + tutor travel expenses. A 20 person capacity classroom is required.

After the course you will

  • Gain a London Sport certificate
  • Be confident and more knowledgable about including disabled people at your facility or within your services

“As a trusted partner and recent London Sport Workforce Award winners – Disability Sports Coach have the passion and experience to provide London’s physical activity and sport workforce with the knowledge and confidence to better engage deaf and disabled people. I encourage anyone delivering opportunities for deaf and disabled people to do this course, and to work with us to create An Active Inclusive Capital.”

Alex Gibbons, Specialist Advisor for Disability – London Sport

 

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