/Training in Unconscious Bias
Manchester Metropolitan University is working in partnership with the Institute of Coding to deliver a training session on Unconscious Bias.
The training is relevant for those involved in:
- the development and delivery of education/events for Digital Technology related careers
- the recruitment or management of people in the Digital Technology sector/roles
The session will examine how the brain utilises short cuts in processing information, and how these short cuts can have profound effects on our behaviours and decision making.
The session will help participants to identify particular implicit, unconscious biases that exist, and draw on established strategies to mitigate against the impact of these subtle biases in our normal day-to-day working lives. Eliminating and mitigating against the sources of these biases, which can have long term impacts on individuals and organisations, can improve decision making and drive for better individual and organisational results.
The training will be delivered by Stuart McKenna, the Equality and Diversity lead at Manchester Met. He is considered a sector leader in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, with a career spanning over a decade. During his four years at Manchester Met, the University has gained 22nd place in the Stonewall Top 100 Workplace Equality Index and a Gold award in the BDFs Disability Standard. In this year’s inclusive companies awards he has been nominated for the Head of Diversity & Inclusion Award. He holds a PGCert. and PGDip. in Promoting Equality & Managing Diversity, from the University of Central Lancashire.
Event & Ticket Information
The event will begin at 10am and a light lunch will be provided.
Please note that places at this event are limited to 20. Registration at this stage is provisional. We will contact you prior to the event to confirm your ticket allocation.
We look forward to seeing you at the event. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 1061 247 3720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.