We’ve collated feedback from three sessions delivered by The Diversity Trust for Open Culture during December 2020 – January 2021.  These were: Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (trainer: Lateesha Osbourne), Unconscious Bias (trainer: Russell Thomas) and DIVERSITY IN PRACTICE Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Communities (trainer: Berkeley Wilde).

This is feedback from the client lead:

“The training sessions we have undertaken with The Diversity Trust were the best we’ve experienced – well researched, interesting and enjoyable. We all felt comfortable to voice our different opinions and ask questions. The trainers are very experienced, and their depth of knowledge and passion really shone through, inspiring us to keep learning and apply our new understanding to our professional and personal lives. I think very single business needs to do this kind of training with their teams – it is essential and invaluable in making the world a better place for us all.”Christina Grogan, Director, Open Culture

And here are a selection of testimonials that we received from the training participants:

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion:

“I’d like to offer my sincerest thanks to Lateesha – you have a very gifted presenter there! Thanks for doing this and helping us all understand our role in equality.”Emma Smith

“I thought the trainer was really friendly, supportive and knowledgeable. She made me feel comfortable in the workshop which created a create learning environment. I also liked how she took regular breaks as training on Zoom can be exhausting!”Hayley Greggs

“We loved how professional, inclusive and passionate the tutor was.  We enjoyed our time and learned useful terms and key knowledge, even historical facts.” – Bradley Thompson

“Thank you for a really informative workshop!”Rich Bond

“This session was invaluable and presented clearly. We will be booking more training with The Diversity Trust in future and recommending your work to our colleagues.”Miss C Grogan

Diversity in Practice:

“I really enjoyed the session. The information was not overwhelming and I was engaged for the entire time.”Grace Bell

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