Equality rights in money advice
The Equality Act 2010 changed the legal duties of all service providers including creditors, enforcement agencies and financial institutions to remove disadvantage when providing services, goods and products, and introduced new rights to prevent discrimination. This course will give you new arguments and tools to tackle unfairness and disadvantage that your clients experience in their everyday contacts with these agencies.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- use practical approaches to tackle the failures of service providers to make reasonable adjustments to their services
- explain the changes introduced by the Equality Act 2010 and how they help in money advice
- understand new age discrimination rights affecting financial services coming in October 2012
- recognise when unfair treatment is unlawful discrimination
- apply the main legal principles of protection from discrimination
|Intermediate||5 hours||LA23, LA33, LA34, LA35, LA42|
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Duration - one day 10.00am - 4.00pm
|12T2ERMA2||07 March 2013||London|
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