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LAST CHANCE – DON’T MISS

June 7, 2010

We have a few places left on our popular Disability Quality seminars running on 15 and 22 June with next week being your last chance to book. Like us we know you will be busy, so we’ve made booking an easy process taking just a few minutes of your valuable time. Just click here: http://www.fullcirclearts.co.uk/ourwork.asp?id=93 to book and pay or be invoiced in one simple step. an image of an orange with some peel removed revealing an apple inside

Increasing your reach and engagement and developing an inclusive environment are essential for any public facing cultural organisation. A Disability Action Plan is not just a vital part of any organisation it is also a legal requirement if you receive any form of public subsidy. These interactive and engaging sessions are a ‘must’ for anyone working in a culture related environment. They will demystify legal requirements and are tailored to give you practical skills that motivate and inspire, answer your questions and address your fears and are backed up with training materials and online interactive post training resources for you to use.

We are delighted to have the internationally respected, and without doubt, the best UK trainer in disability equality and inclusion, leading these sessions in Manchester, her sessions elsewhere booking up within days.

Michele has trained and facilitated courses and workshops for ourselves, the BBC, Arts Council England and the Royal Shakespeare Company amongst many others.

  • “Michèle has the enviable ability to train with a potent mixture of challenge and compassion. For thought provocation, a forensic examination of one’s inner moral compass and some really practical guidelines to deal with disability issues this was outstanding.”
  • Bill Morris, Director of Culture, Ceremonies, Education and Live Sites, London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games

    TO book now click here for the rough guide:http://uk.amiando.com/DisabilityQuality_TheRoughGuide.html

    This seminar is suitable for everyone working in the arts and is the most valuable, positive and informative training you will experience this year

    Or here for Planning for Inclusion: http://uk.amiando.com/DisabilityQuality_PlanningForInclusion.html

    This seminar is a ‘must’ for anyone responsible for projects, planning, management or policy development including directors, general managers and trustees.

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