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Unconscious Bias – Level 2

January 18, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Unconscious Bias – Level 2

This accredited training programme will look at how unconscious bias shapes the world around us and how we can tackle it.

How does unconscious bias shape our perspectives, and how can we challenge it in our everyday life?

Introducing this new accredited training, funded through the European Social Fund, where you will complete one unit of a Level 2 qualification!

About this training

Over two sessions, we look at where unconscious bias comes from and how it shapes the world around us.

  • Reflect on personal biases and learn about ways to challenge and change the way you think.
  • Why do we tend to prefer people who are like us?
  • What leads to stereotyping and how do we reinforce stereotypes without realising?
  • Why are some people constantly overlooked and excluded?
  • Crucially, what can we do about it?

These sessions give you the opportunity to start the discussion in an open and non-judgemental way and to identify positive action points. Awareness is the first step but we all need to take the next step and start to make a difference.

This course includes useful strategies for personal development and for making your workplace more inclusive and diverse and is a great foundation for future Equality Training.

Session Lead

Anne-Marie Swift – Business Advisor & Facilitator @ The Women’s Organisation

My best days are spent working with professional business executives, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and influencers to help them get connected and grow themselves and their businesses. I do this through 1-2-1 meetings, facilitating courses, and providing the tools and know-how to create and grow fantastic businesses.

I work with startups & growth businesses across the North West and I am an Associate Tutor working in the Business School at Edge Hill University with a focus on leadership and management development, as well as coaching and mentoring.

*NB* The training will take place in person on 18th January at 10 am – 4pm at 54 St James Street.


This programme is open to people living and working in the Liverpool City Region (Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, Wirral, St Helens, or Halton)

Apply for your place today – As this project is funded by the European Social Fund our team will be in touch to complete a registration form with you including evidence of your eligibility.

Questions? Please contact us at hello@thewo.org.uk or 0151 706 8111

Please note, tickets for this course will close on Wednesday 11th January, 9 am

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18th January 2023


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