International Women’s Day / Women In Business

Course Duration is 1/2 Day

£595.00 Plus VAT (per person)

Have more than 2 delegates? Talk to us about our closed group courses.

Delivery Method

Open Public Courses – Virtual Delivery Only  Closed Group Courses – Face To Face and Virtual Delivery

Business Benefit

Increased Awareness: The course helps participants gain a deeper understanding of the history, significance, and importance of this global observance. It raises awareness about gender-related issues and highlights the ongoing struggle for women’s rights and gender equality.
Promotes Gender Equality: The course underscores the principles of gender equality and equity, helping individuals recognise the value of treating everyone fairly and providing equal opportunities regardless of their gender.
Addressing Bias: The course addresses bias and stereotypes that women often face in various aspects of life, including the workplace. It equips participants with tools and knowledge to challenge and combat bias effectively.
Empowerment: International Women’s Day training empowers both women and men to take action in promoting gender parity. It encourages women to be confident and assertive in their pursuits, while men learn to be allies and advocates for gender equality.
Fosters Inclusion: By discussing examples of workplace bias and brainstorming solutions together, the course promotes a culture of inclusion and diversity in the workplace. It encourages organisations to create environments where everyone, regardless of gender, feels valued and respected.
Concrete Commitments: Participants are encouraged to commit to specific actions as part of the #embraceequity initiative. This not only demonstrates a commitment to change but also leads to tangible steps towards creating a more equitable society.
Skills Development: Provides practical skills and strategies for addressing gender-related challenges, such as negotiation skills, leadership development, and conflict resolution, which can benefit both personal and professional growth.
Networking Opportunities: Participants have the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals who share an interest in gender equality. This networking can lead to collaborations and partnerships that further the cause of gender parity.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): For organisations, offering International Women’s Day training courses as part of their CSR initiatives demonstrates a commitment to social responsibility and gender diversity, which can enhance their reputation and attract top talent.
Long-Term Impact: The knowledge and awareness gained can have a lasting impact on individuals and organisations. It can lead to sustained efforts to promote gender equality, diversity, and inclusion in various spheres of life.

Who Should Attend

An International Women’s Day / Women In Business course is beneficial for a diverse range of participants, as it promotes gender equality and raises awareness about women’s rights and related issues.

Learning Outcomes

The outcomes of the training course on International Women’s Day / Women In Business and related topics encompass:
Increased awareness
Inclusive workplace culture
Problem-solving skills
Concrete commitments to advancing gender equality.

Course Content

Celebratory session on Women’s success and leadership

History of International Women’s Day – The historical journey of International Women’s Day is a testament to the global pursuit of gender equality.
What is equity (the difference between equity and equality) – It’s crucial to distinguish between equity and equality. Equality denotes treating everyone the same, irrespective of their unique circumstances. Conversely, equity entails acknowledging that individuals have varying needs and ensuring they receive tailored support and resources to attain equal outcomes.
 What is bias – Bias encompasses the existence of unjust and prejudiced attitudes or opinions that influence our decisions and actions. It can manifest explicitly or implicitly, often resulting in unfair treatment based on factors such as gender, race, or age.
 Discuss examples of bias women face in the workplace – Women frequently encounter bias in professional settings, including the perpetuation of gender stereotypes, wage disparities, and limited opportunities for career advancement. Instances of bias encompass women being unfairly perceived as less competent than their male counterparts, earning less for equivalent work, and facing underrepresentation in leadership roles.
Brainstorm solutions together – Addressing workplace bias necessitates a multi-faceted approach. It involves raising awareness about the issue, conducting unconscious bias training, advocating for diversity and inclusion, and implementing policies that guarantee equal pay and opportunities. Encouraging mentorship and sponsorship programs can also facilitate women’s progression in their careers.
 Commit to one action each participant will take to #embraceequity – Each participant can make a personal commitment to take concrete action in the journey to #embraceequity. This commitment may involve advocating for gender-neutral hiring practices, mentoring a female colleague, or actively challenging biased behaviour when encountered.
 How everyone can play a role in forging gender parity – Everyone holds a crucial role in advancing gender parity. By promoting an inclusive and respectful workplace culture, supporting policies that combat gender inequality, and actively championing the professional journeys of women, individuals can contribute significantly to this vital cause.
 How we can be a part of the solution not the problem when it comes to gender equality – To be agents of change in the pursuit of gender equality, individuals must educate themselves about gender-related issues, confront and challenge their own biases, and actively support initiatives aimed at closing gender gaps. By doing so, we can all play a part in creating a fairer and more equitable society.

How to Book

Dates below represent open public courses only. To book this course, please select an available date and click the book now button below to complete the booking. Have two or more people to train – you may consider a closed group course. Contact us on [email protected] to discuss specific date and delivery requirements.


Measuring The Success


The purpose of your training is learning new skills and/or changing behaviour. We can help you measure this!

To evaluate how successfully the attendees are doing this, delegates can attend a Workplace Implementation session during the skills transfer period. The cost of the session is £595+VAT delivered virtually and lasts for 2.5 hours.

During the Workplace Implementation session the individuals will either on a 1-2-1 basis or as a group discuss the challenges and successes they have experienced during their skills transfer period.
This will include what they are doing differently as a direct result of the training and how this has positively impacted the organisation.
This is an excellent way to encourage the learning, support the skills transfer into the workplace and act as a measure to evaluate the training.

We compile this information into a report so that you have evidence of your return on investment.