The Disability Inclusion and Etiquette Training (D.I.E.T) is a bespoke and competitively priced training package.
Accredited through ‘CPD’ the training looks to upskill customer facing staff at sports stadiums/venues and organisations that provide services for disabled sports fans. Specifically looking at good vs bad practice; looking at ethical vs business and legal cases for inclusion along with practical hints and tips for making your stadium/venue and service more accessible.
Who’s it for?
The training is designed to support front line staff & volunteers and policy makers on how to enhance and support a disabled supporter’s experience whilst visiting sports stadia.
Level Playing Field offers CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited training sessions specifically written for the sports sector.
– Disability Inclusion and Etiquette Training
– Disability Access Officer Training
– Stewards and Match Day Staff Training
– DSA Governance Training
What does it cover
- Introduction to disability
- What is inclusion?
- Understanding etiquette
- Barriers to engagement
- Practical solutions
How is the training delivered?
The training is designed to be very interactive with a number of activities for the whole group to engage in. Sessions are 3 hrs long and take place on location. Each session can take a maximum of 15 participants.
A 3 hour session will cost £500 not including expenses. These sessions can be bundled together with our Disability Access Officer Training and our Disability Awareness Training for match day Stewards. Please contact us for more information.
Phone: 01923 545 370