AEA's Training for Organisations
AEA’s training will ensure that you correctly understand the single-sex exception and protected characteristics, as defined in the 2010 Equality Act, and other relevant laws. Our training also includes relevant case law in relation to ‘gender critical’ belief, ‘gender theory’ belief and ‘expression of belief’, in both service provision and employment. AEA’s training will enable you to mitigate risk and protect your organisation.
3hr workshop with Q&A, for up to a maximum of twenty attendees.
- 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
- Gain a clear understanding of relevant legislation and relevant case law
- 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
AEA Online Training
As a result of Covid, our training is currently only provided online.
If the above workshop would not meet your specific needs, please contact us.
We will happily devise a bespoke package to meet your requirements .
Discounts available for community groups and not-for-profit organisations.
Very useful, especially in regard to legalities.
This was a very useful event. Excellent trainers – knowledgeable, well-researched and great at imparting information. Thankyou.
Shared learning and experience was uplifting and inspiring!
Fascinating to learn about safeguarding policies and practises in schools.
Enjoyable and empowering!
I learned so much about how the NHS treats data on sex and gender
Very helpful to understand case law behind legislation, so that equality laws can be effectively implemented in schools and sexism challenged.
Really useful and informative day, packed itinerary. Very educational.
Excellent training session. Informative presenters who were able to show timeline and issues within their areas.