What is Allyship Training?
Many individuals seek to action on issues that do not directly affect them. Whether action is taken on issues relating to gender, race, sexuality or disability, the process of being a good ally is usually more complex than people first assume. Good intentions are not enough. Allyship training helps individuals to understand how to act ethically and safely in order to help others.
What does this training cover?
- In this training we will explore what is meant by allyship
- We will examine various case studies: where attempts at allyship have been effective or where it has harmful or performative
- The training cannot cover every possible scenario, but we will introduce tools for reflective thinking so informed decisions can be made on how to act
- The training will aid participants to create their own personalised learning plans
How is the training delivered?
Allyship training can be delivered by Ladders4Action in a number of ways. Where it is safe to do so (and where COVID-19 social distancing can be maintained) Ladders4Action delivers group workshops in person. Each workshop lasts for 1 day, with no more than 25 participants. Places can be individually booked on one of the public workshops. Alternatively organisations can book a private workshop for their employees.
Ladders4Action also offers an online allyship course which contains 6 sessions with reading, videos and quizzes. Any individual who books for a workshop will have automatic access to the online course.
How much does it cost?
Online Course: £99 per person (available on Ladders4Action's online learning platform 'Freedom School' - coming soon)
1-Day Workshop: £150 per person (search events for upcoming dates, locations & details)
Private Workshop on own premises: Please contact us to discuss on-site, private workshop delivery for up to 25 people