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Course Profile

Audience: Teacher
Level(s): Level 4, Level 5, Level 6

Free of Charge: Yes

Delivery: Online

The Advancing Equality in Further Education course is for everyone working in the FE and Training sector, whether you work directly with learners or not.

The course is online and takes approximately four hours. You can work at your own pace and you’ll gain a digital certificate on successful completion. There are lots of interesting and thought provoking materials that will open up discussion!


The course aims to support practitioners to develop their knowledge and understanding of the role of equality and diversity work within Further Education, specifically in relation to our legal duties and responsibilities and also regarding how and why embedding inclusive practices enriches our work with learners.

Who the course is for

This course is for everybody who works in the FE sector, whether you are working directly with learners or not. This is because promoting equality, diversity and inclusion benefits everyone in an organisation, particularly when working together collaboratively, and is part of the FE sector’s role in creating a fairer society.

The course was designed and developed by the team at ccConsultancy Ltd and commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation.

How to access the course

You can access the course via the FutureLearn platform here.

To search for resources to support inclusive learning, click here

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