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​Anti-discrimination for service providers 

(training course)

Ensuring equal access to goods and services

Service providers such shops, clubs, educational institutions, health care providers, qualifying bodies, trade unions and professional associations face a complex task in avoiding unlawful discrimination while making sound business decisions. This seminar gives you the tools to meet your obligations.

Content 

  • the laws applying to goods and service providers
  • promoting to target markets without discriminating
  • reasonable facilities for people with a disability, breastfeeding mothers and others
  • what are 'all reasonable steps' to prevent discrimination, harassment and bullying
  • exceptions which allow discrimination in some situations
  • when and how to apply for an exemption from the law  
  • balancing discrimination laws and safety requirements

Duration: half – one day


​To discuss an on-​​site training course

Contact the Manager, Education Services on (02) 9268 5555 or adbcontact@justice.nsw.gov.au ​​