TripleC

Access, Awareness & Action Training

  

TripleC provides bespoke Access, Attitudes and Action training for venues and businesses.

We want to create a world where everyone feels comfortable and confident around access and disability.

Our training sessions are run by both disabled and non-disabled trainers who have a background in the arts and television. Using both disabled and non-disabled trainers enables us to demonstrate inclusion in practice. Non-disabled trainers act as a link when it comes to participants asking questions which may be on everyone’s minds but they may be too anxious to voice for fear of offending. 

Our background in the arts enables us to bring our sessions to life. All of our training is discussion-led with practical elements, rather than lecture-based. We send out a questionnaire a week before the training day to gauge the knowledge that’s already in the room, so we are not repeating information that participants already know. 

We also research the building and what measures are already in place to facilitate access and inclusion. In the workshop we will look at the practicalities around access and action plan to identify ways to remove barriers. We also explore attitudes and language around disability, opening up participant’s minds to what might be considered right and wrong and the meaning and effects underneath terminology. We don’t believe in teaching the “right and wrong” ways but look more at the working methods underneath and offer strategies to make the choices participants feel are best.

The client will also be given a write-up of the day and our email address so they can follow-up with any questions that occur to them later. This is included in the fee. 

Please email triplecmanchester@gmail.com to find out more about how our AAA training can help your organisation.

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