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All employers have a legal duty under the Equality Act 2010 to proactively make reasonable adjustments to remove, reduce or prevent any disadvantages that disabled workers face.

This interactive guide will explain what reasonable adjustments are, and how union reps can support disabled colleagues to get them in place.

Who is this interactive learning for?

This piece of learning is for union reps who want to know more about what reasonable adjustments are, and how to support members in getting them in place.

How will this help me?

This learning will:

  • explain how reasonable adjustments make working life better and fairer for disabled people
  • detail how they work
  • outline what union reps can do to negotiate for reasonable adjustments passports and support members in getting one.
How do I complete it?

All you need is an internet-enabled mobile device (a phone or tablet) or a computer. Do as little or as much as you like each time you log on — your progress will always be saved. Next time you log on just pick up where you left off, this one will take you about 10 minutes to complete. 

Will I get anything for doing this?

Upon completion of this piece of learning, you will receive a digital credential as proof. This will be sent to you via email (from the TUC via Acclaim), so please keep a look out for it. 

A digital credential is evidence that you have completed this piece of learning. You can share your credential with your union colleagues or employer to show them what you know.

Find out more about TUC digital credentials.

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