Disability equality - Understanding the Equality Act and how it applies to all children’s and youth work.
About this Event
This seminar looks at:
Disability Equality Legislation Guidelines; detail regarding terms used and current disability legislation, specifically the Equality Act 2010, in relation to children’s/youth work.
Urban Saints Disability Equality Policy; how Urban Saints applies disability equality law.
Further Supporting Information; tips and resources to help and support you.
The seminar provides you with everything you need to better understand the legal requirements under current disability equality legislation to treat equally children, young people, and adult team members with additional needs or disabilities within groups, camps and overseas mission trips etc.
"It’s an amazing opportunity to gather information and informed advice and tips. Answered my questions and uncertainties and made me feel equipped and excited about how I can work alongside all young people."
About Mark Arnold:
Mark Arnold is the Additional Needs Ministry Director at leading national Christian children’s and youth organisation Urban Saints and is Co-Founder of the Additional Needs Alliance, a vibrant and fast-growing online community. He is an enthusiastic national and international advocate for children and young people with additional (special) needs or disabilities and is passionate about enabling everyone engaging with them to be inspired, trained and well resourced.
Mark is the Churches for All Executive Officer and a Living Fully Network partner, a member of the Council for Disabled Children and the European Disability Network, and writes a monthly additional needs column for Premier Youth and Children’s Work (YCW) magazine. He blogs as the national award winning ‘The Additional Needs Blogfather’, and is father to James who is Autistic and has associated Learning Difficulties and Epilepsy.
To find out more about how Mark and his work can help you, contact him at: email@example.com or @Mark_J_Arnold
Testimonials regarding the 'All Inclusive?' programme:
“You’ve done some amazing work… You do some brilliant training, I’ve been to it, I highly recommend other people to look that up.”
Martin Saunders, Director of Innovation and Deputy CEO, Youthscape
“Thank you for the training session this evening. I think it worked really well and was definitely a good substitute for us not being able to be together properly. It was actually really good to see some lovely faces during this lockdown period too. So thank you :)"
"It was really good to receive the online videos and workbook information well in advance of the Zoom meeting. I found that really helpful as it can be tricky fitting everything in at the moment with children being home too. The breakout session during the meeting was a good idea as it gave us the opportunity to chat a bit more freely, so thank you.”
Re: ‘All Inclusive?’ – Diocese of Winchester (May 2020)
“This is fully inclusive communicating about all disability needs. Absolutely excellent communicator – thank you Mark.” “Great session, wonderfully communicated with fabulous insight. Incredibly helpful.”
Diocese of Chichester ‘All Inclusive?’ (March 2020)
“Thank you so much for Saturday, it was brilliant to just hear all the ideas and things that we can put into place, to make church and our groups more inclusive. It also really blessed me to see so many people be engaged in learning more about Additional Needs. I didn't get a chance to fill in a feedback form but mine would be all 10's, I thought it was just fantastic.”
St. Chads Church 'All Inclusive?' (February 2020)