Inclusivity and accessibility are key considerations for providers creating and delivering programmes of learning. The two are connected but slightly different.
Inclusivity ensures fair provision for all regardless of gender, race or other categorisation, while accessibility aims to remove the barriers that often exist for apprentices with disabilities and learning difficulties. Providers have a legal responsibility to address both, but removing barriers makes for a better experience for all apprentices.
It is best to work as a whole organisation when reviewing inclusivity and accessibility. Questions you should ask are: