Middlesbrough College is committed to providing an environment in which there is equality of opportunity for all members of its community. Our commitment for equality, diversity and inclusion ensures that all who learn and work at the College and potential applicants to the College are treated equally.
Middlesbrough College recognises that it is our legal obligation to:
• Eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation.
• Advance equality of opportunity.
• Foster good relations.
Middlesbrough College is committed to the development of non-discriminatory policies and practices providing an environment in which there is equality of opportunity for members of its community, whether required by legislation or not, in all aspects of its activities as an employer and training provider.
The College is opposed to any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment on the grounds of:
• Religion / belief.
• Marital status / Civil partnership.
• Gender reassignment.
• Pregnancy & Maternity.
• Sexual orientation.
• Social background.
For more information on Equality & Diversity and the current practices in place, please visit the College’s Website on the linked here http://www.mbro.ac.uk/Home/index/collegeinfo/equalityanddiversity.aspx
Middlesbrough College was awarded the Equality Standard Gold Award by Equality North East in March 2013 and in October 2011 won the Tees Valley BME Achievement Award and was also shortlisted as a finalist for the North East Equality Award for Learning Providers of over 50 staff, which the College won in October 2012. In addition to winning the award in 2012 the College was also shortlisted in three other categories, Outstanding Practice, Supporting Disabled People Into Employment and Individuals Who Have Made a Difference.
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