Disability Equality Training covers ALL disabilities and promotes disability as a matter of equal opportunity, investigate the barriers faced by persons with disabilities in society, question stereotypes, myths and misconceptions about disability and promoting positive change in both policy and practice.

Disability Equity Training Brochure

Anticipated outcomes are:

  • Promoting disability as an equal opportunities issue
  • Examining the barriers faced by persons with disabilities in the society
  • Questioning stereotypes, myths and misconceptions about disability
  • Promoting positive change both in policy and practice
  • Legislative requirements
  • Understanding different types of disability
  • Reasonable Accommodation
  • Building a safe and inclusive culture in the workplace
  • The correct methods of engaging with persons with disabilities, for example: addressing Deaf people directly and not their Sign Language interpreter
  • Addressing narrow perceptions in the workplace of the range of capabilities that persons with disabilities possess, for example: relegating persons with disabilities to manning telephones in reception
  • Highlighting advantages to the employer of employing persons with disabilities, as persons with disabilities tend to be more committed and loyal to their employer and exhibit proactivity
  • People who participate in these sessions feel comfortable to disclose their disability in the workplace
  • By participating in these sessions your organisation will be compliant on the White Paper on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Participants will further the United Nation’s Sustainability Goals, particularly Goals 1 (No poverty), 8 (Good jobs and economic growth) and 10 (Reduce Inequalities)


The training is done by a dynamic and diverse team of people with various disabilities who have been in the disability sector for more than 25 years.

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In addition to PowerPoint presentations, there are also practical interactions with the participants. The training can either be virtual or in-person session of 3 hours.

We charge R 750 per person (Virtual or in-person). If the training is in-person additional fees will apply such as travel etc. We can also tailor-make the sessions if 3 hours is too long, but we do prefer 3 hours.


Disclosure of disabilities: Based on experience, many staff members want to disclose their disability after a DET session. We can assist with the facilitation of this process. We charge a one-time fee of R 1000 per person for the disclosure process.

Jarat Govender, Recruitment and Hosting Manager, iLearn

“It is with great pleasure that we recommend the [Disability Equity] training provided by the National Council of & for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD). The training was very informative and the team had gained much knowledge as well as useful working skills. The team has voiced more confidence in dealing with Persons with Disabilities. We strongly recommend the training provided by the [NCPD] and we look forward to a long term partnership with them.”