Tonic is now offering training for individuals

pens and paper scattered during a workshop
Photo by Stephen Wright.

Are you an individual working in the arts who wants to build knowledge and confidence around equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI)? Tonic is now offering training created specifically for individuals working in creative fields.

For over a decade Tonic has delivered our hugely popular range of EDI training courses to a wide variety of arts organisations across the UK and beyond. We’ve trained thousands of staff at hundreds of dance, theatre, music, heritage and visual arts organisations of all shapes and sizes.

We’ll keep going with this. But increasingly we’re hearing from individuals in the arts – whether freelancers or people in salaried roles who simply want to undertake independent learning – asking “what have you got for us?”
So we’re going to start running training for individuals.
These will be adapted versions of our existing training courses and will be offered in affordable and bite sized chunks.

To kick off, we’ll be running two of our most popular courses: Introduction to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, and Unconscious Bias.

They’ll be on Zoom and you can book for just one, or for both via Eventbrite. Please note, both workshops are delivered in two parts, and you must be available for both in order to attend. Places will be limited so booking ahead is vital.
Full info below:

Workshop: Intro to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for People in the Arts

• Part 1: Tuesday, 23rd May, 6.30pm – 8pm

• Part 2: Tuesday, 30th May, 6.30pm – 8pm


Workshop: Unconscious Bias for People in the Arts

• Part 1: Wednesday 24th May, 10am – 11.30am

• Part 2: Wednesday 31st May, 10am – 11.30am


We’ll be looking to expand our courses for individuals in coming months and plan to run in-person as well as on-line sessions. If you’d like to stay in the loop, make sure you’re on our mailing list. And if you have any questions about the training you can get it touch with us at

We hope to see you there!

Tonic – For greater equality, diversity and inclusion in the arts