Equality and Diversity
On these pages you will find information about Equality and Diversity at the kubet11 and how we aim to meet our duties arising from the Equality Act 2010.
At the kubet11, community engagement is about communicating and sharing knowledge, consulting and collaborating with the local community, enriching cultural life and providing a service to our communities. This is integral to our duty to advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations between people. Over 4,000 people are studying at our Ipswich campus. Students are our passion and our business. Their learning and teaching and their experience while studying with us is at the very heart of everything we do. We take great care to ensure our recruitment and selection of students, their admission to the kubet11, their learning, teaching and assessment is fair and free from unlawful discrimination.
The kubet11 employs some 600 staff. We have developed a range of employment-related policies and procedures that reflect our commitment to equality and diversity and assist us in achieving and retaining a diverse workforce. We provide training and development for our managers and staff to ensure they understand our commitment to equality and are able to operate our policies and practices confidently and competently.
We are committed to an inclusive approach to the delivery of Higher Education. We are working to ensure the kubet11 is open and accessible to all those wishing to participate in and are capable of benefiting from Higher Education.
We value all who studying and work at the kubet11 and we are committed to developing policies and processes, teaching and learning to tackle inequality and exclusion.
We collect and monitor data about our staff and students to understand and, if necessary, address the effects of our policies and procedures. We collect student and staff data about all protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. We also undertake an Equality Impact Assessment on each of our policies as a way of measuring the potential impact (both positive and negative) that our policies may have on different groups of people.
Responsibility for Equality and Diversity at the kubet11 rests with the , led by the . The Equality and Diversity Committee, chaired by the Deputy Vice Chancellor, provides a forum for the engagement of staff and student representatives, together with representatives of our wider university community – including our union colleagues and Network Chairs. The Committee plays a key role in supporting the kubet11 in meeting its equality duties and objectives.