Learning for all
We want to ensure that our learning programmes are accessible for all. We recognise that the different needs of all our students and staff should be taken into account in the development, delivery and assessment of the curriculum.
We are committed to ensuring that all staff have access to learning and development opportunities.
How we do this?
The objectives and actions set out within the Single Equality Scheme action plan will help us realise our aims and ensure that equality and diversity is embedded in everything that we do.
All staff are encouraged to complete the Equality Essentials e-learning training to help build understanding of the requirements for good equality practice.
Frequently asked questions
Is there any training that helps staff deal with casual racism?
The Equality and Diversity Unit offers Equality Essentials e-learning training for staff. This includes advice about how to recognise and challenge inappropriate behaviour, including casual racism at work.
UWE Bristol’s Learning and Development Centre (LDC) runs several relevant one day courses, including: “Equality and Diversity: UWE Bristol Manager”, “Communication Across Cultures”; “Assertiveness Skills”, “Communication Skills” and “Dealing with Difficult Situations and Handling Conflict”. If your chosen course is not on the current training schedule, LDC staff will be happy to talk about the options available.
What learning and development opportunities are available for staff?
Did you know?
UWE Bristol is the largest provider of Higher Education in the South West of England.
See UWE Bristol's equality and diversity data.
Equality and diversity events
- Bristol Business and Law School presents: Rt Hon David Lammy MP
- Muslim Friday Prayers