A programme of training created specifically for schools, colleges and conservatoires in the performing arts. Designed to help both students and staff address a range of topics in relation to equality, diversity and inclusion.
Training created specifically for performing arts colleges and conservatoires
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A programme of sessions to help students understand and navigate issues around power, consent and respect, and to create space for a conversation around race and allyship. Covering a range of thought exercises, discussions and scenarios, these sessions are designed to help give students the knowledge, skills and space to cultivate a healthy attitude and approach towards their future careers.
These sessions are designed to raise awareness of teaching staff in performing arts schools, colleges and conservatoires to ensure they best serve their students and the industry. From what unconscious bias is to what we really mean by creating an inclusive environment. These sessions give staff the tools they need to embed equality, diversity and inclusion across all aspects of their work.
“After the sessions, I feel I have gained the tools to navigate my way through difficult situations in the industry. Being able to communicate assertively and stand by my morals is absolutely necessary practice not just for work, but life.”Third Year Acting Student
“I think this was really useful for us all to take stock and look at the way we teach and how that can affect the students not only whilst in our lessons but also for the rest of their lives.”Faculty Member
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All enquiries welcome! If you are interested in booking Participate sessions, or just need some more information, please complete the form below and one of our team will be in touch. Or email us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org.