Is this the course for you?
This nationally-recognised qualification is designed to improve your understanding of equality and diversity within society, the community, and the workplace. You will explore the issues surrounding stereotyping and labelling, prejudice and discrimination, beliefs and values, personal and social identities, and will learn how to identify basic human rights.
This course will not only increase your social awareness, it will teach you professional best practice, and is hugely beneficial for continuous development.
Whether you are looking to further your own personal development; gain specialised knowledge to help you in your current role; or achieve a qualification which may improve your career prospects and assist you in finding rewarding employment; this course can help you reach your goals.
This is an online course taught over 3-6 weeks, meaning you can choose when and where you study, so it offers you the flexibility to fit your studies around your existing work, training, or home-life commitments, whilst achieving agreed deadlines set by you and your tutor.
What modules will you do?
You will study the following units:
- Unit 1: Equality and diversity in society
- Unit 2: Equality and diversity in the community
- Unit 3: Equality and diversity in the workplace
What do you need to apply?
4 GCSE qualifications (or equivalent) at grade D or 3 or above, or Level 1 vocational qualification, or Level 1 qualification in English.
Additional Information: If you do not hold a suitable Level 1 qualification, or cannot provide evidence of one, you may still be able to enrol on this course following an initial assessment to test your level of literacy in English.
How will you be assessed?
This course can be completed fully online, or via paper-based learning. Both options are assessed via online tests and assessments.
Where can this course take you?
This course is suitable for those of you looking to further your own personal development, which may improve your career prospects, or help you gain rewarding employment. It can also give you the opportunity to increase your career options through further study.
After successfully passing the Level 2 Certificate in Equality and Diversity, you may wish to consider progressing on to one of the following Level 3 courses to expand your knowledge and skills, and continue your personal development:
- Level 3 90-credit Diploma in Health and Social Care (BTEC)
- Level 3 Diploma in Supporting Teaching and Learning (NCFE CACHE)
- Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Leadership & Management (ILM C&G)
- Level 3 Certificate in Principles of Business & Admin (OCNLR)