4 April 2024 9:00am–1:00pm
This half-day course is part of our expanding set of courses on discrimination under the Equality Act 2010. It looks at the protection against discrimination in relation to ‘gender reassignment’ and the limitations of that protection in terms of gender identity generally.
As well as covering what ‘gender reassignment’ might mean under the Act, the course will work through a gender identity harassment case study. This will be useful in looking at the harassment people experience because of their gender identity as well as more general practice on how to prove the facts of harassment with any protected characteristic where people deny doing what they have been accused of.
The course will be delivered virtually over Microsoft Teams, 9am – 1pm on Thursday 4th April.
To apply, you must:
- Be ERA accredited and active in supporting and representing members
- Have previously completed Introduction to Employment Law or advanced employment law course
- Have agreed facility time (time off) from your employer to attend the full day, if attending during working hours
- Be prepared to spend up to 1 hour at home before the training day on reading which we will send you in advance
- Be able to participate fully in the session, which is highly interactive
- Have agreement from your branch to attend
If your application is successful a charge of £75 will be made to your branch.
To apply, please complete and submit the form below: