Hate Crime Trainer – Inclusion London

Online Hate Crime Trainer needed to deliver 3 sessions between August 2020 and March 2021

  • Closing date for applications: 8 July 2020
  • Contact phone: 07741 733 993
  • Contact email: louise.holden@inclusionlondon.org.uk

Inclusion London are recruiting an online hate crime trainer to deliver three sessions between August 2020 and March 2021. Salary: £300 per day inclusive. Closing date: 8 July 2020. Further details below.

The Work

Inclusion London (IL) are the lead organisation for the London Deaf & Disabled People’s Organisation (DDPO) Hate Crime Partnership, made up of 20 local DDPOs across London who deliver a range of Hate Crime Support via frontline services. 

We are offering DDPOs high quality bespoke online webinars to increase knowledge of hate crime issues, how to identify hate crime cases, how to problem solve and signpost and how to improve Disabled survivors of hate crime’s experience of getting justice and recovering. The webinars are open to anyone working in DDPO frontline services, from offering peer support to generalised Advocacy and Advice to providing specialist Hate Crime Advocacy.  

A previous programme of face to face training has been developed by Stay Safe East and IL to provide DDPO frontline staff with a good overview of core hate crime issues with the aim of enabling them to provide a better experience for Disabled survivors of Hate Crime. This programme now needs updating and moving online due to COVID19.

This is an exciting opportunity for the right person who has an interest and knowledge of hate crime against Disabled people, to develop that knowledge into designing and delivering a series of webinars, with support from IL.

We are therefore looking to recruit a Disabled person who has a good understanding of hate crime against Disabled people issues, to work with IL and receive support from an experienced Disabled trainer to develop their skills; work with a specialist consultant to design updated online webinars and deliver webinars during this financial year, with possible extension for a further two years. 

You will be receiving a thorough induction with an experienced trainer and online training consultant, designing and delivering Hate Crime Against Disabled People webinars. The webinars need to cover core Hate Crime against Disabled People issues, including the social model of disability, language and meeting key access needs, as well as key areas of service delivery to provide excellent and holistic support to Disabled survivors of hate crime. We want a series of up to 6 webinars, 2.5hrs each that link to each other.

We are looking for webinars that cover a general hate crime awareness aimed at DDPO frontline staff, including people with learning disabilities providing peer support services; Using the DDPO Hate Crime Toolkit to Advocate for Hate Crime Survivors; Housing & Hate Crime – Anti-Social Behaviour & Cuckooing. These webinars need to be engaging, inclusive and accessible.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking to recruit someone who can demonstrate the following skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Lived experience as a Disabled person
  • Knowledge of Disability equality issues, including the social model of disability and the barriers that exclude Disabled people from across different impairment groups
  • Knowledge of hate crime against Disabled people and intersectional issues
  • Experience of raising awareness of hate crime issues or working with survivors of hate crime
  • Excellent learning skills and an ability to engage with new ways of working
  • Excellent skills in problem solving and adaptability
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Good interpersonal skills and an ability to confidently manage demanding group dynamics and diverse audiences

The details

We are offering a flat rate of £300 per day inclusive of all costs. The day rate covers delivery of two 2.5hr webinars plus a total of 3 days to cover design time. 

You will be supported by the Project Manager and specialist consultant to input into the design; organise and co-ordinate webinar dates in accordance with IL’s wider event delivery schedule and arrange all set up and training materials requirements. You will also receive support from an experienced Disabled trainer to equip you with new training delivery skills.

Successful candidates will be expected to liaise closely with Project Manager and specialist consultant in the design phase, engage with an experience Disabled trainer, agree dates for delivery at start of contract and ensure evaluation and monitoring are returned in a timely manner.

How to apply

If you would like to join Inclusion London on this empowering new venture, please send us by midday 8 July 2020:

  1. Your CV (including 2 references)
  2. Supporting statement detailing, in around 600 words
    a. How you are the person we are looking for! (Please detail how you have the skills, knowledge and experience we have listed above)
    b. How you would deal with challenges of delivering remotely
    c. What your delivery schedule would look like

Please send your submission to louise.holden@inclusionlondon.org.uk, quoting Reference HCTrainer

We will short-list and hold interviews online on 16 July and 17 July. Successful candidates will meet remotely with Project Manager for an induction to the work of the Inclusion London Hate Crime Project; to agree dates for training and meeting with consultant, and a design and delivery schedule. This post is for immediate start and must be delivered before March 2021.

Any questions? If you have any questions or need further information, please contact Louise Holden, Hate Crime Partnership Project Manager at louise.holden@inclusionlondon.org.uk, or call/text 07741 733 993.

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