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Equality & Diversity - Level 2

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Equality & Diversity Level 2

Every year there are approximately 270,000 incidents of ‘hate crime’ in the UK. These are crimes that, more often than not, involve varying degrees of violence, and are committed against someone due to their disability, race, sexual orientation, religion or other type of prejudice.

This course will strengthen learners’ knowledge of best practice regarding issues of equality and diversity, as well as providing key information to become more socially aware. Subjects that are covered in the course include personal and social identities, beliefs, values, stereotyping and labelling, prejudice and discrimination.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

You will need to be:. 
 - aged 19 (as of 31 August in the year before you want to start the course)
 - an EU/UK/EEA citizen (and have residency for at least 3 years)

You must not be enrolled on an apprenticeship when you start the course.

ASSESSMENT METHOD

You will complete a series of assessments within a set time-frame which will be marked by a qualified assessor these will produce the relevant evidence to meet the requirements for the awarding body. On successful completion you will be awarded a nationally recognised level 2 qualification.

PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES

Further your personal development.

STUDY METHODS

As this course is undertaken by distance learning, there is no need to attend the college and you can study at a time that suits you. You will receive a set of comprehensive learning materials on your subject, and have access to a knowledgeable tutor and assessor who will support you throughout the programme.

HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM
COLLEGE
HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM COLLEGE
HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM COLLEGE
Gliddon Road
Barons Court
London W14 9BL

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020 7565 1200
EALING GREEN COLLEGE
EALING GREEN COLLEGE
EALING GREEN COLLEGE
The Green
Ealing
London W5 5EW

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020 7565 1200
SOUTHALL COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
SOUTHALL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SOUTHALL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Beaconsfield Road
Southall
London UB1 1DP

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020 7565 1200
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