Reaching and winning others
"In today's diverse and multicultural society, churches need to embrace inclusivity and reach out to people of different ethnic, social, and cultural backgrounds. This is where the power of the unit "PSPGEN114 Work effectively with diversity and inclusion" comes into play. By helping to understand and value individual differences, this unit equips individuals with the skills and knowledge to effectively engage with diverse communities.
Imagine a church where every person, regardless of their status, background, or personal preferences, feels welcome and embraced. This is the vision that drives our ministry. It starts with the ministry of help, where we strive to connect, support, and care for others. By fostering an inclusive environment and practicing inclusive church practices, we can create a space where everyone can flourish and thrive.
Reaching and winning others for the church is not just a calling; it is a skill set. Through this unit, individuals can develop the necessary skills for evangelism, caring, and pastoral ministry. By effectively working with diversity and inclusion, we can broaden our reach and share the message of love and acceptance to all corners of society.
Let us embark on this journey together, as we strive to build a church that embraces diversity, reaches out to others, and fosters a community where everyone feels valued and cherished."
Reaching and winning others Performance Evidence.
Evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit in the context of the job role, and on at least one occasion:
- undertake a structured process to reflect on own perspectives on diversity and inclusion
- demonstrate practices that respect and include people from diverse backgrounds
- access information, including legislation and codes of conduct, and identify how they apply to own work practices.
Reaching and winning others Knowledge Evidence.
Demonstrated knowledge required to complete the tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit:
- requirements of legislation and organisational policies and procedures relating to diversity and inclusion
- definitions of diversity
- the benefits of diversity and inclusive work practices
- awareness of related legislation including:
- direct and indirect discrimination
- harassment and victimisation
- specific measures or exceptions to achieving equity
- collaborative work practices, including an understanding of lived experience in an inclusive work environment
- organisational processes for responding to legislative requirements, including referral and grievance processes.
Reaching and winning others Learning and assessment
Assessment must ensure access to:
• legislation and organisational policies and procedures relating to diversity and inclusion
• organisational processes for responding to legislative requirements including referral and grievance processes
• sources of information on diversity, inclusion and equity issues
• resources and equipment of the working environment.
Assessors must satisfy the Standards for Registered Training Organisations’ requirements for assessors.