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This module explores the definition of disability and examines the law in relation to discrimination on the grounds of disability. We will look at the rights of disabled people and look at what can be done to prevent discrimination in the workplace. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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This module will explore what is meant by equality and diversity and consider how you are protected in your workplace from discrimination. We will consider the Equality Law 2010, which protects all, regardless of characteristics, at work. In order to understand the protection, we will explore the four main types of discrimination which are experienced in the workplace. We will examine the different protected characteristics specified under the Equality Act, which include: age, race, religion or belief, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnerships and finally, pregnancy and maternity. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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This module explores the Equality Act 2010 in relation to the protected characteristic of gender reassignment. We will examine what employers and employees can do to prevent discrimination and what action can be taken if you feel that you or someone else has been discriminated against. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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The Equality Act 2010 says you mustn’t be treated unfairly in employment because you are married or in a civil partnership. In this course, we’ll explore the definition of marriage and civil partnerships and the three types of discrimination which apply to this protected characteristic. We’ll examine the law, the protection it offers and what to do if you feel that you have been treated unfairly as a result of your marital status. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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The Law, in an employment situation, provides women with extra protection during the ‘Protected Period’ to safeguard against unfair or discriminatory treatment. This module defines the ‘Protected Period’ and explores what protection there is during pregnancy for female workers. We will consider the ways in which a pregnant woman must be protected from risks and hazards in the workplace and look at the types of discrimination which can occur. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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In this module, we explore what is meant by race and consider what the law says to protect people in the workplace from racial discrimination. We will look at the four distinct types of discrimination: direct, indirect, harassment and victimisation and consider the law, intended to protect people at every stage of their employment, from recruitment and selection through to redundancy and dismissal and any exceptions. We will explore what to do if you feel you or someone else has been discriminated against due to race, and identify how to resolve the issue. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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This module explores the Equality Act 2010 with respect to religion or belief. We will look at what is meant by a religious belief, as well as a philosophical belief and look at the four types of discrimination: direct, indirect, harassment and victimisation. We will also cover what an employer and an employee can do to prevent unwanted discrimination and what to do if you feel that you or someone else is being discriminated against at work. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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This module explores the Equality Act 2010 in relation to sex. We will explore the types of discrimination: direct, indirect, harassment and victimisation, as well as discrimination by association. We will look at how the protection works in practice and consider objective justification. We will also examine the Act in relation to employment, from recruitment through to redundancy and dismissal. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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This module helps to define sexual orientation under the Equality Act 2010 and looks at how discrimination can occur as a result of this protected characteristic. We will examine the four types of discrimination and look at what both organisations and individuals can do to cultivate a diverse and inclusive workplace, where everyone is treated fairly and with respect. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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Unconscious bias is when you either favour or discriminate against one group, or person, without being aware of your actions. This module will help you better understand how unconscious bias can affect your behaviour and impact the workplace, recognising the nine different types of bias and discovering ways in which you can mitigate its influence.
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This module explores bullying in the workplace. We will look at the signs and symptoms of bullying, the reporting process and the responsibilities of employers in relation to workplace bullying.
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Age

In this module we will consider the four main types of discrimination and what the law says to protect individuals, regardless of their actual or perceived age. We will also consider cases where discrimination relating to age can be objectively justified. Furthermore we will observe a case study to see the law in action.
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