Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Training
Our Immersion Studio and live virtual reality (VR) training avatars provide a safe space for staff to learn, practice, and share feedback on their key skills for maintaining and improving Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion in the workplace.
DEI role play training scenarios are suitable for corporate environments or educational institutes, and we also offer bespoke scenario development (at an additional cost), tailored directly to team needs.
Each training session can be taken at your team’s own pace, as it can be paused or restarted as needed. An optional recording of each session is provided after conclusion, so participants can reflect and improve on their skills later.
After completing our live VR training, your team will become more confident in their abilities, which will result in all staff, customers, and students feeling respected and included.
Why Train Staff in Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion?
A workplace may appear equitable, but sometimes there can be a hidden bias affecting your company culture.
It is important to continuously improve processes where possible to make sure new and existing team members, students, customers, and suppliers continue to feel included, regardless of race and ethnicity, age, gender and gender identity, disability, religious beliefs, socioeconomic status, personality types, and sexual orientation.Call 01270 449165 to book a demo
Benefits of Our VR Training Scenarios
Teams are better equipped to handle topics of Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion within the workplace.
Wider understanding will improve confidence and morale in the work environment.
A safe space to practice dealing with difficult situations and experiences.
Enhanced teamwork will promote higher business productivity and outputs.
Lower risk of staff turnover, reduced company reputations and legal discrimination implications.
Investing in Training Pays Off
According to a leading online recruiter, Glassdoor, 76% of people report that diversity and inclusivity are crucial when applying for a new role.
Our Immersion Studio avatars reflect real world DEI issues to help your team develop their skills. If your business doesn’t appear to promote DEI practices right from the start, you could risk losing valuable talent to competitors.
If you would like to learn more about our live VR training scenarios and avatars, you can contact our team on 01270 449165.
POPULAR DIVERSITY, EQUALITY AND INCLUSION TRAINING SCENARIOS COVER
Great tool to allow participants to role play in a realistic scenario. We were all pleasantly surprised with the ability of Connect to understand our industry terminology and approach.Alison Knight, Director of Talent & Leadership Development, Continental Europe Hilton Hotels
Immersion Studio helps cement learning into your DNA.RBH Hospitality
It was the very first time I have ever experienced this kind of technology. It was fabulous the way you become so engrossed with the subject.
Its a real life situation with human feedback. Makes sense in a world where face to face training can be expensive.
I love the responsiveness and how ‘live’ it actually feels. I felt really comfortable taking the conversation in any direction.BT Group
You can get so immersed in it. It’s brilliant!Brighter Talent
Connect Training gives our Bath Spa teachers the opportunity to enhance their own professional practice in a safe, risk-free yet realistic environment.Benton Brown, Head of Initial Teacher Training at Bath Spa University
It’s so real!Ashorne Hill
The Connect Training technology proved to be very user-friendly and accessible and the Connect Training facilitator/actors/avatars were well informed in generating very convincing simulations.June Bianchi, Senior Lecturer in Art Education Bath Spa University
I love the fact that the avatars can comment on your body language because often it’s not what you say, it’s what you’re doing.The Hotel Folk
I just wanted to say a very big THANK YOU for the session. I think you probably saw that, after some initial apprehension, everyone really engaged with the scenarios. The characters were very realistic, not pushovers and the scenarios developed really well - thank you!Frances, Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
It was an amazing experience which in my opinion should become an automatic part of teacher training. There are so many reports that cite low-level disruption as a problem to teachers and many trainee teachers who admit to a lack of confidence in managing behaviour.Jane, Student Teacher at Bath Spa University