Disability Sensitisation Corporate Trainings - GiftAbled

International Immersive Disability Sensitization

A Senior Leaders Workshop

Corporate VPs, Directors, D&I / HR / CSR Heads across the Globe

A fun filled awareness program which focuses on skills and knowledge required to interact and deal confidently and PwD

Virtual Workshop on

December 14th, Tuesday

GiftAbled presents A Specially Crafted Training Program to learn skills and acquire knowledge to interact and deal with People with Disabilities with confidence. The training covers all the major disabilities.

This training has been extremely popular with leaders of various organizations who have attended the same. A number of corporates have included this Disability Sensitization Training as part of their Diversity training. Our past workshop participants include senior leaders from Adobe, Amadeus, Accenture, Akamai, Allstate, Cisco, Capgemini, Dell EMC, Fujitsu, Google, HCCB, HCL, HP, Happiest Minds, NHRD, IBM, Intel, Intuit, Linkedin, Microsoft, McAfee, NASSCOM, Polaris, Publicis Sapient, SAP, Schlumberger, Shell, Societe Generale, Tata Companies, Shell, Target, Titan, Tesco, UBS, VISA, VMware, Walmart Global Tech India and many more

The objective of the workshop is to alter mind-sets, address fears and confusion, break stereotypes and bust myths around issues related to People with Disability.

Key Takeaways:
>Become a Disability Confident Leader/ Influencer
>Understand Meaningful Employee Engagements & Get Actionable Insights
>Delve into the myths which are associated with disability
>Do’s and don’ts when dealing with People with Disability
>Simulate major disabilities including, visual impairment and hearing impairment
>An introduction to Sign Language>Explore the Global Landscape of Disability Community – Social, Legal and Cultural aspects
>Altering mindsets, erasing fears, confusion, breaking stereotypes and busting myths about People with Disability
>Nurturing diversity and inclusion at workspace
>Cross culture – Best practice sharing
>Inclusion Framework
>Principles of building diverse workforce and inclusive workplace

Activities based Interactive Learning along with case studies, real life stories and scenario based learning.

What Our Corporate Partners Say About Us!

"Good learning and takeaways. Proud to be associated with GiftAbled"
"The session was very informative. I would like to know about the disabilities in details."
"Fostering Inclusion - building an inclusive society, together. Thank you GiftAbled for a great learning. Workshop on disability inclusion at workplace."
"I really liked the session. It is enlighting to learn about different disabilities and how to manage them in the workplace. The trainer who took the workshop was also very expressive."
"Had a long day of learning of how we can be more compassionate and understanding towards the PwD individuals in our society and take small steps to create opportunities for them, enabling us to foster a welcoming & inclusive society.
All they need is respect, support and an opportunity. Maybe that’s what we call an Equal World."
"There are many memorable experiences in one’s life that stay in their minds long after the event has passed and there are a precious few that go beyond and touches your core, teaches you life lessons and leaves a lasting impact on you in the process. The workshop checked all these boxes for me. Wanted to therefore thank you for the learning that I took away and the impact it had on me." 
"After the experience today at IIM-C. The message was shared and infused in me as an individual, a volunteer and a professional and it is indeed fortunate to be part of yet another wonderful workshop.
Apart from sharing the best practices for letting people overcome any physical disability to access, remain in, and flourish at work. I feel enthused with the sign learning sessions. I can now proudly interpret my name (Sushmita)and a few more words-in-connect signing. Thank you trainer who has inspired with many meaningful insights, the exemplary contributions and true compassion to the society at large"