At Sponge we believe that diversity and inclusion is not just a “requirement” to be met, but an opportunity to seize. Doing so, however, means that organisations must overcome their own internal obstacles – including unconscious bias, divisive office or sectoral cultures, gender pay gaps, and workplace bullying. Confronting these is essential to retain talent and create a fair, healthy, high-performing organisation.
One of the best ways to tackle these issues is with high-quality diversity and inclusion training tailored to your organisation and its specific challenges. Sponge delivers this by working to understand your corporate culture so that we can build a solution that really creates change.
Find your ideal diversity and inclusion training courses.
Diversity and inclusion –
what’s your preferred way of learning?
With Sponge you can choose from a range of bespoke, adaptable or off-the-shelf solutions.
Our off-the-shelf solutions include:
We can tailor courses to your unique requirements:
Our bespoke solutions can cover:
- Custom diversity and inclusion programmes.
- Online diversity awareness training.
- Unconscious bias digital learning.
- Equity, equality and diversity elearning campaigns.
- Bespoke cultural diversity elearning.
- Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging elearning experiences.
- Cultural sensitivity online courses.
- Bespoke or off-the-shelf D&I online training.
- Diversity, equity, inclusion – with videos used in elearning.
Bespoke solutions that
Our bespoke diversity and inclusion elearning programmes are designed around your organisation’s unique challenges – but beyond that, they also allow you to track granular data on learner engagement pre- and post-launch. Put simply, this helps you to assess whether your training is working to embed cultural change – so you can easily course-adjust if needed.
Weir Group -
Using empathy videos for Inclusion and Diversity digital learning.
Weir wanted to create an engaging learning module aimed at helping each and every employee think about the difference they can make as The Group continues to develop a more inclusive environment.
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We’d love to hear from you with any questions about our diversity and inclusion training.