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Bite Sized Learning

Background:

We started developing our one hour bite sized learning sessions in 2012 in response to many of our clients changing operational needs.  The one hour format has proved popular with both participants and course organisers. The benefits to you are that it limits the amount of time your staff are away from their post, you can get information to lots of people in one day and most importantly the training can be used to meet specific identified needs. The sessions are delivered by our tutors, many of whom have a disability themselves, and are designed to raise awareness and have a strong impact in a short space of time.

"An interesting session and I was glad to get some guidance on the tricky area of disability." Disability Etiquette

What can we offer you?

Bite sized learning is a flexible way to receive training and development. The sessions can be run in your weekly staff meeting slot, over lunchtime or in the evenings. There are lots of options for you: pick and mix the sessions, run sessions back to back, simultaneously or on a carousel. We deliver training across the UK.  For some areas we may require a minimum booking of 2 back to back sessions.

"What a thought provoking hour – I've got loads more questions now!" Confidence in meeting people with sight loss

Who is it for?

The training sessions will benefit a wide range of people involved in your organisation: 

"I think it was an excellent idea to include this as part of our Staff Development Day" University of York

What do you need?

You decide what and where your requirements are and we will work with you to ensure you get what you need. See our most popular bite sized course outlines below.

"I liked hearing the views of two people with different disabilities. The whole session was informative and well presented." Disability Etiquette, In Communities Housing

Bite Sized Learning –course outlines (PDF’s)

Equality Matters

Deafness and Communication

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Understanding People with Learning Difficulties

Blindness and Partial Sight


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