LMC Events and Training
Allyship Training: Becoming an anti-racist ally
Wednesday 13 October 2021, 13.30 – 15.30
Virtual – via MS Teams
A Free Event
Humberside LMC is working on a number of actions arising from its Racism and Discrimination Survey report, published in April this year. One of our aims is to provide anti-racism and allyship training for all colleagues working in primary care. We invite Practice Managers, Senior Admin Staff and Front of House Staff to access this training on Wednesday 13th October 13.30 - 15.30
The need to build everyday allyship within teams is now greater than ever. Allies play a vital role in creating an inclusive culture where all staff feel they belong and are supported, allowing them to thrive. We welcome you to our interactive session on ‘Becoming an ally’. This session will support attendees to understand more about anti-racist allyship; what it is, what it is not and how to build the capability to show up as an ally consistently for colleagues and patients. This session encourages self-reflection and aims to empower attendees to speak up for themselves and for others. You will participate in group discussions on topics including micro-aggressions, privilege, fragility and explore the system that we are all part of.
Please follow the link to book your place: http://www.humbersidelmc.org.uk/events/12621
Please pass onto any colleagues who might be interested in the training.
The number of places is limited, so we would be grateful if you could advise if you are no longer able to attend.
Please note, there is another session available to book on Wednesday 3rd November 2021, 13:30-15:30 which is running as part of East Riding CCG Protected Time for Learning. To book on this session on Wednesday 3rd November - click here.
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