Very informative. Illuminating info – especially on the law.

Melissa, Teacher, Oxfordshire

Constructive information to take back to colleagues.

Lucy, HR, Birmingham

AEA provided a detailed, informative, insightful, thorough and well referenced report… balanced recommendations in a non-judgemental and helpful way and steered us into a more informed position.

HR Executive

Thankyou. It is vital that accurate info about the equalities act is made available.

Nita, Choreographer, Kettering

Thanks for the very informative and comprehensive session on equality law today. Lot’s to think about in terms of how we balance everyone’s needs.

HR, Morrison’s Supermarkets

A very informative day. I learned a great deal about the history and legal aspects around safeguarding in health and education.

Paula, Psychologist, Midlands

Training

AEA Online In-House Training for Organisations

AEA’s training will ensure that you correctly understand the UK’s equality law in relation to the protected characteristics defined in the 2010 Equality Act, with a focus on the single-sex exception and the impact of the inclusion of ‘gender critical’ belief, ‘gender theory’ belief and lack of belief in the protected characteristic ‘Religion or belief’, in both service-provision and employment.

3hr workshop, for up to twenty attendees, will encompass:

  • Interplay between ‘Protected Characteristics’
  • Equality Act 2010 and Gender Recognition Act 2004
  • Interaction between those two Acts
  • Human Rights Act 1998, relevant Articles
  • Workplace (Health, Safety) Regulations 1992
Attendees will:
  • Gain a clear understanding of relevant legislation
  • Understand the parameters of the ‘Single-Sex Exception’
  • Understand the impact of ‘gender critical belief’ on your operations
  • Acquire an analytic method to fairly balance competing rights
  • Be better equipped to mitigate discord
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AEA Online Training for Individuals

1.5 hr lecture followed by Q & A. Maximum 50 attendees, £278 per person.

Different format but similar content to detail above for organisations.

Discounts available for community groups and not-for-profit organisations.

27 February 2022, 10am-1pm

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Attendee Comments

Enjoyable and empowering!

Claire, IT Manager, West Midlands

Very helpful to understand case law behind legislation, so that equality laws can be effectively implemented in schools and sexism challenged.

Tanya, Chair of Governors, Cambridgeshire

Fascinating to learn about safeguarding policies and practises in schools.

Emma, Psychologist, Midlands

Very useful, especially in regard to legalities.

Mike, Researcher, London

Really useful and informative day, packed itinerary. Very educational.

Rachel, Charity worker, Shropshire

I learned so much about how the NHS treats data on sex and gender

Rebecca, Solicitor, Liverpool

This was a very useful event. Excellent trainers – knowledgeable, well-researched and great at imparting information. Thankyou.

Sara, Social Worker, London

Excellent training session. Informative presenters who were able to show timeline and issues within their areas.

Bev, Accounts Assistant, Cambridgeshire

Shared learning and experience was uplifting and inspiring!

Jess, HR, Cambridge