Training and Capacity Building Opportunities

for public, voluntary and community organisations

 West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) has over 40 years experience and knowledge in community development, education and law. We are now offering a number of bespoke training packages which cover:

  • The Equality Act 2010: What equality law means for you

  • Equality good practice: Doing more than equality law requires

  • Equality, diversity and discrimination issues more generally

  • Community engagement

  • Hate crime

  • Mainstreaming anti-sectarianism in equalities

  • The design and delivery of equality policies and projects

  • Providing advocacy and support as a non-lawyer

Our service draws on a wealth of experience from practice in community development, education and law. We have experience in providing training and consultancy services both across Scotland and internationally.

Your bespoke package will be tailored to meet the specific needs of your organisation or business, whether you operate in the public, private or voluntary sector. Your package can be as general or specific as you choose and can cater for any size of organisation.

An example of a general package could include concepts, considerations and good practice in equality, diversity, discrimination, hate crime and / or community engagement.

Examples of a more specific package of advice or training could include:

  • What equality law means for employers

  • What equality law means for service providers

  • What equality law means for education providers

  • The public sector equality duty

  • Positive action

Participants

WSREC has provided training and capacity building for individuals and / or teams from a wide range of organisations, including:

We Offer half and full day training packages. Further information including costs will be provided upon consultation. For more information please call us on: 0141 337 6626 or email advice@wsrec.co.uk

Testimonials

“We were delighted to have worked with WSREC on our kidney/heart health project in Glasgow focusing on the South Asian community. They were a very reliable, professional organisation that facilitated key contacts and networks to be developed and enabled our project objectives to be achieved successfully.”

Neerja Jain, Kidney Research

“Great training, very participative, self reflective and organisationally reflective. Really enjoyed it.”

Anonymous

“Your colleague came to run a workshop on discrimination and hate crime with our group a few months ago and it was excellent. We got great feedback about the session from participants in the previous group. We’re really keen for the next group to have this workshop based on the feedback we got from the last session.”

Anonymous