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​Anti-discrimination for service providers 

(On-site 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 training seminar is about how to apply the anti-discrimination laws that cover the provision of goods and services. 

Content
  • the laws that apply to providers of goods and services
  • promoting products or services to a target market without risking claims of discrimination 
  • the reasonable services or facilities people with disabilities, breastfeeding mothers and others may need ​​
  • how to “take all reasonable steps” to prevent discrimination, harassment and bullying 
  • exceptions which allow discrimination in certain situations
  • how to apply for an exemption from the law       
  • balancing discrimination laws and safety requirements 
Training course 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 ​​