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Training and consultancy

Who we are and what we do

We will work with you to design, develop and deliver bespoke training and consultancy solutions. With our support, you will develop a best practice approach to disability and create impactful organisational change.

How we support you

We will work in partnership with you to develop packages of support based on your needs through:

  • Bespoke training for your teams.
  • Support through the Disability Confident scheme.
  • Providing guidance or implementing best practice strategies, policies and processes.

How to contact us

To contact our Training and Consultancy team you can either fill in the contact us form on this page or email us at training@leonardcheshire.org.

Training

Through our training support, we equip learners with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to remove barriers for disabled people and work in inclusive ways. Whether that’s our work with managers, customer service teams, events teams, recruitment teams and HR – we work to ensure different teams understand the role they can play in creating a more inclusive workplace, culture, product or service.

Here are just some ways we can support your organisation:

Consultancy

Through our consultancy support, we work to solve-problems, provide guidance and enable organisations to implement best practice strategies, policies and processes.

We have supported organisations by:

  • Providing anticipatory adjustments support – ensuring services are inclusive for disabled customers.
  • Develop elearning content.
  • Working with disabled people to provide insight – enabling organisations to make more effective and inclusive decisions.
  • Developing best practice adjustment policies.
  • Reviewing their recruitment processes.
  • Authoring guidance and resources to enable organisations to upskill their employees, volunteers and networks.

We also provide subject-matter expertise to support Learning and Development teams to develop best practice disability inclusion e-learning and provide unique insight for organisations looking to consult with disabled people.

Who we've previously worked with

Here are some examples of our training and consultancy services and the support delivered to previous clients:

Our work with Expedia Group

Our report on behalf of Expedia Group, “Breaking down barriers to travel report: championing inclusive and accessible travel” worked to support the travel industry to understand disability and learn from best practice across the industry.

You can hear more about our report on the Disability Download podcast or on the Explorable podcast.

The Leonard Cheshire team brings innovative ideas, strong project management, deeply personal story-telling, and global pan-disability expertise. In working with Leonard Cheshire, all our expectations have been surpassed. - Expedia Group

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Stay in touch

We’d like to keep you updated about how we support disabled people to live, learn and work as independently as they choose.

We’ll let you know how you can support our vision and get involved through fundraising, volunteering and campaigning opportunities.

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You can update or remove your personal details any time by contacting us by email at supporter@leonardcheshire.org or by calling us on 0300 303 0074.

Contact us

If you have any questions or enquiries please contact us on training@leonardcheshire.org.

Alternatively, you can call us on 020 3242 0200 or by post at: Training and Consultancy Team, Leonard Cheshire, 66 South Lambeth Road, London, SW8 1RL.

Please let us know if we can make any adjustments or changes to the way we work.

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