THE WEBEQUALITY TRAINING PROGRAMME IS NOW FULLY UPDATED FOR THE EQUALITY ACT 2010. REGISTER NOW!
Webequality updated for the Equality Act 2010 - October 2010
The first parts of the Equality Act 2010 have finally come into force and the Disability Discrimination Act is no more. The Webequality training programme has been fully updated to reflect the changes that have taken place in the law of the land. The new course covers the revised definitions of various types of discrimination, the duty to make reasonable adjustments and the other things you need to know about the new Act as it applies to disability.
UN Convention - July 2009
We have a new resource page about the UN Convention On The Rights Of Persons With Disabilities.
We have updated the training course to include a section on the Equality Bill that will replace the Disability Discrimination Act. We also have a resource page about the bill. Everyone can use the resource page - it's free, but it's especially meant for people who have done the main training course and want to keep up to date with the changes in the law.
New fees structure and accepting PayPal - Newsflash - 16 June 2009
We have revised our fees structure. Also, as a part of the registration process, you can pay immediately using many types of credit card or debit card or a PayPal account, if you have one. It's fast, convenient and safe. You can then get straight into the training course, if you wish.
Courtis Internet & Training - Newsflash - June 2009
As from the end of May 2009, ownership and support of this site has passed to Courtis Internet & Training. It is our intention to carry out all aspects of our new responsibility to the same high standards that were previously shown by Working for Opportunities Trust and then Lifestyle Support Services (Swindon) Ltd as former owners.
It is our firm commitment to extend and update this site significantly in the coming months in order to enhance the training experience for all trainees. Depending on events in the UK Parliament, one of the first priorities will be to upgrade training content in the light of the new Equalities Bill now before Parliament.