Disability Awareness Training

Disability Awareness Training

Want to reap the benefits of making your organisation disability friendly?

Disability Awareness Training is a great and timely topic for your next staff training event. Marriott’s Disability Awareness Training half day workshops are thought provoking and loaded with practical takeaways your staff can apply immediately.


  • improve customer service by being disability confident
  • identify employment opportunities for people with disability
  • implement Disability Action Plans
  • enhance their profile within the community
  • achieve a triple bottom line that includes Corporate Social Responsibility

Selected Speaking Topics

The following are examples of topics which can be customised to your audience. They can be delivered live or via a webinar.
  • Inclusion is Easy: 5 Keys to Inclusion to Broaden Participation of People with a Disability in your Workplace: actionable, low-cost methods for opening up your workplace to people with a disability.
  • Attracting and Recruiting People with a Disability: Get the inside information on the employment system that enables you to recruit, access tailored support and receive wage subsidies to make integration super easy. Strengthen workplace morale and productivity through a more committed and diverse workplace.
  • Communicating with People with a Disability: Increase customer numbers by being a disability friendly, accessible organisation. Help your staff understand how inclusion relates specifically to their role. This program deliver on your Disability Actions plans by making communication easy and reducing the fear factor

Case Study

Inclusion Success

Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre have seen a significant increase in attendance numbers due to the ongoing Disability Awareness Training program that Marriott runs for all 290 staff. Here’s what staff have said about the program:
"Marriott’s disability awareness training has been integral to developing an inclusive culture at GESAC. The vision of our facility is that Every Body is Welcome and regular ongoing training with the program has meant our staff have the confidence and skills to achieve this. I would highly recommend the program to any facility looking to develop or improve their inclusiveness."
Centre Manager
Mark Collins, Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre (GESAC)


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