Tonic offer a wide range of training courses, all of which are created specifically for people who work in the arts and are tailored to the nuance of creative environments.
Leading equality, diversity and inclusion training
Our courses provide practical tools and tangible take-aways, and ensure a supportive and structured space in which groups can work through difficult topics and think laterally around problems.
Why train with Tonic?
We are a leading EDI training provider, offering courses designed specifically for the arts and creative environments. But crucially, each time you book a course with Tonic you also help support our work driving change across the industry. Win, win.
“Thought provoking and genuine. Didn’t give in to the temptation to tick boxes or be idealistic.”participant, 2021
About our training
Tonic offers a wide range of training courses, all of which are created specifically for people who work in the arts and are tailored to the nuance of creative environments.
We train people who work at all levels and in all areas of the arts: we’ve trained groups of museum curators, front of house teams, film producers, opera artists, theatre administrators, dance teachers, charity boards… and far more.
Positive, practical and energising
Our training gives all participants, regardless of their role or level of seniority, a common level of understanding, provides practical tools and tangible take-aways, and ensures a supportive and structured space in which groups can work through difficult topics and think laterally around problems. Our aim is to leave participants feeling energised, informed and with any preconceptions that EDI training is a dry, tick box exercise well and truly banished.
Tailored to your needs
Training courses can either be taken as standalone modules or combined into packages and are delivered either in-person or over Zoom. We are always happy to discuss your specific needs and can also create bespoke sessions and packages.
“It has been described by members of the team as the best training we’ve ever had”Sophie Fullerlove, Chief Executive, The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre