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Progression Training provides high quality training across Wales and the UK, specialising in Health & Social Care.


Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit

This Toolkit is an online resource for Work-Based Learning Providers with responsibilities for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. 
It contains a range of resources and useful information including guidance, tips, worksheets, informative videos, web-links and social media links. It aims to assist learners to increase their confidence to practically apply their knowledge and understanding of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion within the Work-Based Learning environment.

The following topics are covered:

•Autism Spectrum Disorder Awareness
• Cultural Competence and Identity;
• Disability Awareness
• Emotional Behaviour Disorders 
• Equality Act 2010 and specific Equality duties for Wales
• Gender Identity and Stereotyping
• Mental Health Awareness; Reasonable Adjustments and Unconscious Bias.

Click here for more information

(for the Welsh resources click here)

10 Reasons to Employ a Disabled Apprentice

Apprenticeships are designed around the needs of the employer and can help transform your business by offering a route to harness fresh new talent.

By recruiting an apprentice you can:

  • reduce costs
  • create a pool of talent and a skilled workforce
  • expand your business
  • nurture talent to improve your services
  • fill the skills gaps in your business
  • give your business a creative boost
  • construct stronger business foundations
  • inspire the future generation

Click here to find out 10 reasons to employ a disabled apprentice 

(for the Welsh resources click here)

Into Apprenticeships: A Guide for Disabled Learners

Into Apprenticeships is a guide for disabled people, parents and key advisers about applying for apprenticeships in Wales. It deals with common questions such as how to find an apprenticeship, whether the training will be accessible, and what support is available in the workplace.

Click here for English version

Click here for Welsh version