- Learners will learn to use inclusion in settings to help the development of communities where all people are equally valued and have the same opportunities for participation
- Learners will learn about identifying the barriers that stop people from participating fully, understanding what causes these barriers, and finding solutions to overcome them
- Learners will learn that it is important for practitioners to try to find ways to adapt activities and include those with additional needs so they can participate in activities along with their peers
- Learners will learn ways in which practitioners can promote diversity, equality and inclusion, and support others to do so
Advantages of this course:
- Inclusion means involving all children, young people, and adults in mainstream society, including those with disabilities and/or learning difficulties
- Legislation and statutory guidance are in place to ensure that all children have the right to reach their full potential and have an excellent start to life irrespective of their background, race, colour or gender. This means they should not face discrimination, which can have a damaging effect on children and adults alike.
- This course explains more about what is meant by inclusion, and offers further information about those individuals who might not be included. The learner will see ways to promote diversity, equality, and inclusion and support others to do so, as well as how to challenge discrimination.
- Additional activities encourage the learner to reflect on the learning
- There is also suggested extra reading that gives both practical information and links to websites to expand knowledge
This course is endorsed by Cache.