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Southwark Council e-learning

We now have surpassed our targets for disability outreach for the Business and IP Centre at the British Library.

Liverpool St Station

One day all external consultants will be like this, until then Wideaware sets the standard for others to emulate.

Communications tower

The best ever training we had implemented at Ofcom and this was backed up with not just the assessment results but feedback from teams.

   

Opportunity through inclusion

Wideaware work with organisations who realise that being inclusive is an opportunity, not just a compliance requirement. An opportunity to widen their customer base, enhance their reputation, and increase their profits.

We help by providing disability equality training, e-learning, and a range of access consultancy services, so that everyone in the organisation is ready to deliver an equal service to all customers.


How can we help you?

E-learning

Flexible and convenient disability equality training for staff, with 24/7 access. We offer essential units on Inclusive Customer Service, the Equality Act, and Inclusion in the Workplace. We also produce custom e-learning and offer discussion-driven moderated e-learning for teams to help them develop strategies for inclusion.

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Face-to-face training

Whether you are a public authority service provider or a commercial retailer, we can offer you a range of disability equality sessions that will get your team up to speed with the Equality Act 2010 and help them to plan and deliver an inclusive customer service.

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Access consultancy

Unsure of just how accessible your organisation is? Our qualified advisers can complete a disability access audit of your premises, review your HR policies, and help you plan an accessible event.

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Wideaware news

29 April 2013

East Coast commission Wideaware with Disability Access Audits

East Coast have commissioned Wideaware Training to deliver comprehensive Access Audits to identify how to improve their services for disabled passengers, helping achieve compliance to equality legislation and increase outreach to disabled customers.

19 March 2013

House of Commons’ Disability e-Learning launched in Westminster

Wideaware Training are proud that their e-learning on disability equality for the House of Commons, developed in partnership with Disability Rights UK , was launched on Monday 18 March 2013 at the House of Commons.

Lord Addington, speaking at the event, praised the interactivity of the e-learning and the way it would encourage people to go into a dialogue and do their best to be inclusive, not worrying if they cannot offer the ideal adjustment but have the confidence to discuss what other solutions may work. Lord Addington also said this project was “good example of best practice – bringing expertise, experience and knowledge together”.

18 March 2013

Disability equality e-learning for the House of Commons

Disability Rights UK and Wideaware Training are proud to announce that the House of Commons will launch their e-learning tool on disability equality.

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Our awards

We are very proud of the following awards we have received, in recognition and support of our work in promoting disability equality:

UnLtd logo

Barclays Trading Places Award

Ready to Start Award

Proud to be Clear Assured