Wave-length training workshops for 2014
All sessions are delivered in a thought provoking, engaging and informative way. Providing the attendee with the law, best practice and most important how to deliver such understanding back in the workplace.
All sessions are delivered through a journey of self-learning and not through lecturing, supported by hand-outs, case studies and tools to use in the workplace.
Sessions are three hours 10-1pm and are delivered in Shropshire. Cost per delegate £40.00
Further courses, dates and locations are likely to be added in the year to meet law changes, external environment changes and market need. Wave-length is also working in conjunction with Wolverhampton University Innovation First team to provide some on-line training sessions in 2014 so you can attend one of our sessions from anywhere in the world from the comfort of your own desk, details will be on our events page as the sessions become available.
Dates and topics
Access All Areas 20th March 2014
Ever wondered if improving access, policies and services really means improved outputs for people with disabilities? Can improve productivity or whether such changes can really be delivered at low cost?
This looks at how companies can improve access to existing buildings, operations and services. Often showing how small changes can make a huge difference to staff, customers and in bringing new business opportunities.
Does She Take Sugar 19th June 2014
Ever wondered how best to approach or support someone with a disability? What is the correct language? Can I offer to open a door? How can I improve the experience of a customer? Better support an employee in a person centred way? What information should I give or ask for? Or if I do get it wrong how do I best manage the situation?
Are You Welcoming Everyone 25th September 2014
When you invite people into your venue, meeting or conference how can you best deliver on an inclusive experience, what to consider? How do you manage expectation? What do you need to consider before they arrive and on the day.
It is clear that disability is so wide and its impact variable on lives, so how do you best ask people their need, book the right venue, deliver an inclusive event, meeting or conference?