This week is National Inclusion Week and as one of the leading diversity and inclusion training providers in the UK, we are passionate about inclusion and supporting our clients to make Inclusion a part of their everyday within their organisational culture.
To celebrate such an important week, our CEO Jayne Little will be attending the Amey Festival of Women and we host our latest ‘Playing to your Strengths’ Alumni Workshop alongside Caroline Brown who will be guest speaking at the event.
As this important week progresses, we will be posting more about our Inclusion Allies Programme on our social media channels on Linkedin and Twitter so to keep up with the very latest news from Skills 4 and our team follow us today.
Celebrating its ninth year, this years theme is all about Unity and the event will be looking to grow on last years incredibly successful week where 16 million participants connected through the hashtag #NationalInclusionWeek2020.
National Inclusion Week is all about uniting to share learning, best practice, successes and challenges to become a force for change and action.
You can register for National Inclusion Week 2021 for Free by following the link below.
The company was established in 2006 in response to issues identified in the government-commissioned Report, ‘Shaping a Fairer Future’.
During over 15 years at the cutting edge, we have supported the growth of more than 10,000 employees who have helped to shape the future of companies such as Atkins, Arcadis, Balfour Beatty, EDF, Kier and Mott MacDonald.
As a business which is both female founded and owned, we offer clients a diverse supply chain as well as first-hand, extensive knowledge of how to implement effective solutions.