Level 2 Certificate in Equality and Diversity
Unit 3: Working or Learning in a Place that Promotes Diversity
You should use this file to complete your Assessment.
The first thing you need to do is save a copy of this document, either onto your computer or a disk Then work through your Assessment, remembering to save your work regularly When you’ve finished, print out a copy to keep for reference Then, go to www.vision2learn.com and send your completed Assessment to your tutor via your My Study area – make sure it is clearly marked with your name, the course title and the Unit and Assessment number.
Please note that this Assessment document has 4 pages and is made up of 3 Parts.
Name: Lee Francis
You should complete this Assessment in relation to an organisation that you are familiar with. For example, this could be:
Your current workplace
Your current place of learning (school, college, etc)
A workplace that you are familiar with (you have worked there in the past, a friend / family member works there, etc) A place of learning that you are familiar with (you have studied there in the past, a friend / family member studies there, etc).
Part 1: Creating a diverse environment
1. In relation to your chosen workplace / place of learning, provide examples of policies / codes of conduct that encourage and / or protect equality and diversity. The organisation I currently work for have a number of codes of conduct to provide a safe and secure workplace free from harassment, bullying etc. Legislation is carefully followed, which includes, the Equality Act, Race Relations Act, Sex Discrimination Act, Disability Discrimination Act , Human Rights Act. All job applications and interviews are monitored to make sure adherence to the above legislation is followed. All procedures, and new procedures & policies are checked to make sure that diversity and equality is adhered to. All staff decisions that are made are checked to make sure all staff are treated fairly. New job applications are checked and monitored to ensure Managers are adhering to the procedures, and there is no breach of these. The areas covered and monitored include: ■ Age
■ Sex & Sexual Orientation
■ Religion & Beliefs
■ Gender Assignment
■ Pregnancy & Maternity
2. In relation to your chosen workplace / place of learning, describe what is expected of members of staff who have specific responsibility for equality and diversity. Include information about their job titles and describe their responsibilities.
Service Manager- The position is responsible for a number of staff, both head office based and field based. The Service Manager is responsible to ensure all operational staff are given the same opportunities for training and career advancement. The role is also responsible for recruiting operational staff, and the service manager is responsible to ensure the best possible employees are employed by the company, regardless of their diversity.
Finance Manager- The position is responsible for all admin staff. The Finance Manager must ensure that all staff are treated fairly. As there are a number of older members of staff in this area, the Finance Manager must ensure that there is no discrimination shown towards these members of staff due to their age, and that the company provides any assistance required to accommodate their needs, as well as all staff.
3. Describe what is broadly expected of all staff in relation to equality and diversity.
All staff are expected to treat each other fairly and with dignity. The company procedures are discussed during staff inductions and all staff are required to comply with these procedures and policies. All staff are expected to treat other members of staff respectfully, regardless of age, race, and diversity.
4. Based on the work you have done in Question 1 – 3, write a short summary of what you have...
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