A message from colleagues from Transport for All:
Are you a Disabled person able to run inspiring Disability Equality training sessions? Apply now!
Transport for All and Inclusion London, two leading Deaf and Disabled Peoples organisations, are looking for new freelance trainers.
Our training opportunities focus on transport providers and a range of public and voluntary sector organisations – all of whom want to improve the accessibility and customer service experience for their Disabled customers.
We have established an excellent track record in designing and delivering bespoke Disability Equality Training, firmly rooted in the Social Model of Disability, that equips frontline and operational staff as well senior managers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to better serve the needs of Disabled customers.
We are now looking to grow our team of freelance Disabled trainers at an exciting time of growth.
As a freelance trainer, you will deliver high quality training designed by us for our clients. You will have excellent communication skills, a passion for Disability rights and the Social Model of Disability, an in-depth understanding of how to use a social model approach to improve service delivery and a winning hearts and minds personal style.
Essential experience required:
- Lived experience as a Disabled person;
- Experience of delivering Disability equality training to a variety of audiences using a variety of training approaches;
- Experience/knowledge/interest in the issues faced by Disabled people in particular around access to transport services and/or improving accessibility of services;
- Excellent communication skills;
- Good IT skills.
Payment: to be negotiated.
To apply please send your CV and a one page covering letter addressing the essential experience detailed above to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 11th July.
Interviews will take place on the 18th at our offices in Brixton.