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Diversity resources launched

Skill Boosters has launched four diversity training courses.

The e-learning courses - on age, the diversity challenge, religion and belief, and sexual orientation - are part of Skill Boosters' 'Dignity at Work' series.

Already available as training videos and trainer-led workshops, Skill Boosters says the diversity courses are aimed at all levels of employees.

Paul White, director of production at Skill Boosters said: "These new diversity resources don't just consider organisations' and individuals' responsibilities under equality legislation - they look beyond compliance and offer practical ways to help manage and implement good practice and effect appropriate behavioural and cultural change in the workplace.

"By helping people reflect on their own behaviour and the impact it has on others, these learning resources encourage fair treatment for all people and help to retain valuable workplace skills and experience."

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