Dates to be confirmed
Helping Westminster Skills Centre with the delivery of the session, we have an expert trainer from Disabiliy Rights UK.
Kamran Mallick is the Chief Executive at Disability Rights UK. Formerly, he was the Chief Executive at Action on Disability, the Hammersmith-based disability organisation, where he worked for 13 years. Kamran serves on the boards of Lyric Hammersmith, Wheelsfor Welling, and Lloyds Bank Foundation. Kamran was included in the top 10 ofthe Shaw Trust's Powerlist 100 - Most influential disabled people.
This course is open to MPs from any political party. This will cover similar subject matter, but will be more in-depth, to ensure MPs and their staffers understand how best to engage with disabled people, can achieve full accessibility in all their output, and have the space to plan and experiment with the necessary measures such as technology.
The Scheme of MPs' Business Costs and Expenses recognises courses for parliamentary staff that concentration parliamentary work as a 'claimable cost' which can be reclaimed from the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA).
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