Resource for PLE Trainers: Module 3
Employment and discrimination
Developing confidence and getting organised
This module has been designed to be taught as part of a four module package but you can easily adapt it in order to teach it independently.
This session deals with practical legal questions of employment law, specifically to do with discrimination issues and reasonable adaptations. It provides the opportunity to develop specific skills around getting organised in order to manage law-related problems and foster the personal skills, such as confidence and motivation, necessary to persevere.
The aim of this session is to help group members:
• understand the basic legal rules of discrimination in the context of employment,
• identify and develop key organisational skills to effectively manage law-related problems,
• identify capability needs and ways to support clients,
• evaluate and devise a strategy for developing the personal skills necessary for persevering with a law-related problem.
To download your copy, follow this link: Module 3: Employment and discrimination
Published: 12 December 2017