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We offer a wide range of workshops, webinars and dedicated support to help your organisation become more age inclusive.

Research shows that organisations report that a multigenerational workforce is key to business growth but only half include age in their Diversity & Inclusion agenda.

From unconscious bias to pre-retirement planning and dementia, our workshops allow organisations to accelerate their age inclusion programmes.

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Age Inclusion for Managers

Did you know that ageism is the most widespread discrimination in the UK? Or that only 4 in 10 employers are open to hiring people aged between 50 and 64?

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Immersive Unconscious Bias

Unconscious Bias can negatively affect the day-to-day experience of your colleagues, reduce productivity and affect recruitment and retention. Our CPD accredited workshop can help.

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Planning For Your Future

Our workshops provide independent and impartial information and can help your colleagues decide when might be the best time to leave full-time employment; while also supporting workplaces to open up conversations about future plans.

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Virtual Reality Dementia and Ageing Experience

Our virtual reality dementia experience workshop gives participants the chance to gain empathy and understanding of the daily challenges people living with dementia can experience.

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Financial Wellbeing Webinar

This is the perfect employee benefit to support your colleagues who are not ready for a retirement workshop, but are keen to improve their financial situation, both now and in the future.

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Functional Fitness MOT

This unique, targeted health and wellbeing product is for individual team members aged over 50

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With our partners at The University of Edinburgh Business School and HR Specialists we have designed a suite of products that reflect workplace needs around menopause.

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Dementia Awareness and Inclusion

As working beyond the age of 65 becomes common, more people will be affected by dementia in a number of ways while in employment.