Our higher education sector seeks to create inclusive places where everyone can thrive, contribute to the best of their ability and have the opportunity to engage in universities’ activities of learning, teaching and research.
This e-Learning course aims to introduce participants to the practice of allyship within higher education institutions. Participants will be provided with baseline tips and tools for recognising opportunities for allyship, as well as enacting allyship, at the individual, interpersonal, and organisational levels
The course is aimed at all staff and compliments our other support in the area of equality, diversity and inclusion. This course is available to purchase on an institutional licence only.
By undertaking the course, participants will have:
- an increased understanding of what allyship is and the different ways to engage with it
- familiarised themselves with the dos and don’ts of allyship
- reflected on how they can engage in allyship through work and beyond.
In this course we will cover the following:
- Defining allyship
- Terms and definitions
- Challenges of allyship
- Good allyship
- Allyship in practice
The eLearning course forms part of our all-encompassing support to tackle racism and race inequalities within institutions. Find out more about our related services:
- Introduction to Race Equity e-Learning Course
- Introduction to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion e-Learning Course
- Supporting an Inclusive Experience in Higher Education e-Learning Course
- Driving progress in equality, diversity and inclusion
- Transforming culture
- Off-the-shelf in-house programmes
- Equality, diversity and inclusion events