Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

At the Training Hub, we are dedicated to creating positive learning experiences for those working in general practice throughout Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes and are committed to doing so in an inclusive way.

Recognising the diverse needs of individuals is important to ensure we create more opportunities and continue to offer training and resources for all. As you will see below, we are taking steps to improve access. Your feedback matters to us and helps us to continue to drive change, so we encourage you to give us your feedback so that we can support everyone learning to their full potential.


Upcoming event: Advancing race equality by building a culture of accountability

When: 5 February 2024, 13:00 – 14:30pm (online)

Join this free webinar to find out how to build a culture of accountability which is essential to address racism and advance racial equity.

Cultural change is complex, multi-faceted and takes time. The session is designed to help develop awareness that it is the responsibility of all leaders to create the environment that fosters inclusion and share evidence-based practice on how this is being done in other organisations.

This webinar will cover:

  • how to support leaders to understand how they can embed inclusive leadership behaviours and what personal accountability looks like, with a particular focus on racial equality at a system, place and neighbourhood level.
  • help equip attendees with ideas and insights to explore with a view to applying within their own systems.

Book your place here


Upcoming event: NHS Employers Virtual Masterclass on Inclusive Leadership

When: 8 February 2024, 9.30–11.30am (online)

This virtual masterclass will focus on inclusive leadership. Using a series of interactive interventions, our two presenters will explore the science and psychology behind inclusive leadership and help you better understand how you can more effectively influence the practice of inclusive leadership within your own organisation.

Speakers include: Dr Shaheena Janjuha-Jivraj, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Diversity at HEC Paris (École des hautes études commerciales de Paris), Forbes Contributor, Keynote Speaker, Author. Lady Kitty Chisholm, Leadership coach, diversity and inclusion professional, award-winning author, keynote speaker, PhD student at the Knowledge Media Institute, Open University.

Book your place here.


Leadership and Accountability


Accessing Disability Support

HEE is undertaking work to deliver a toolkit style resource, the ‘Find Your Way Guide’ and has commissioned Diversity and Ability (D&A), to help.

If you’re disabled, neurodiverse, or have a long-term health condition, you may be eligible for additional support as you study and work in healthcare.

For further information and to guide your way through the process, visit the Diversity and Ability website.

Interesting articles/resources:

The King’s Fund Podcast, Joy Warmington on anti-racism, leadership and the courage to speak out.

What is anti-racism, and why is it important in the context of health and care? Jo Vigor sat down with Joy Warmington, Chief Executive of the equalities and human rights charity brap, to find out. Joy explores the importance of forging genuine change beyond target setting and delves into her own journey of leading authentically and having the courage to do things differently.

Joy Warmington on anti-racism and courage | The King’s Fund (kingsfund.org.uk)