Safeguarding, Mental Capacity or Tackling Hate Crime Training

Vision Sense are one of the top three specialists in the UK in ensuring the safety of disabled people.  Whether you are tackling hate crime, investigating institutional abuse or ensuring the dignity and security of disabled people in your services, we are the people to work with.

Our Policy & Training Director was an expert advisor to the Statutory Inquiry into Disability Harassment in England and Wales and served the advisory Group for the EU Daphne Project into Violence Against Disabled Women.  We use the best evidence-based research available to ensure disabled people are safe and secure in the community and in care services.  Our training helps your staff safely and confidently exceed the National Minimum Standards in health and social care and to independently evidence your best practice for Inspectors and clients.

Vision Sense training courses have a host of benefits including:-

  • Increased morale and retention
  • Team-building exercises and a painless introduction to professional development!
  • Training your staff to engage with diverse communities confidently
  • High standards and quality assurance
  • Accredited, verified options for CPD and internal qualifications for your staff and stakeholders
  • Reduced exposure to legal action from your staff and customers

From interactive e-learning, day sessions, conference briefing papers, workshops, videos and events, Vision Sense can reach employees at all levels of your organisation, with a programme designed to meet your needs, those of your staff and disabled customers and stakeholders.

Remember – we are a not-for-profit social enterprise!  So, when you buy our training, research, access or policy experts, any surplus we make each year goes back into providing services for disabled and excluded people in the area.  That’s even more equality for your money!  Commissioning Vision Sense to deliver your training can help you meet some of your Equality Act and Social Value Act targets, before the training even begins!