FREE business webinar to help fylde coast businesses open up to a new market

We are offering FREE training to help you bounce back, become more inclusive and open up your business to a new market.

By taking part in our Disability Awareness Training, your employees will have more of an awareness of how to offer a warm welcome to disabled people with both visual and hidden disabilities to enable them to confidently help people with disabilities while accessing your business.

The training gives you practical, inexpensive and often free and easy ways to help your business be more inclusive and open to a wider customer base when you are back up and running. Helping you to tap into a highly lucrative market with immense spending power, to really boost your recovery.

98% of people who have already taken part in our free disability awareness training said their confidence in how to adapt their business or role to meet the needs of people with disabilities had significantly improved.


  • It will help give you and your team confidence with disabilities you can see and those you can’t
  • It will help inspire ideas to plan and refresh to be as inclusive as possible
  • It is completely online
  • You or your staff can complete it even if you are furloughed
  • It is relevant no matter what business sector you work in or service you provide
  • It is quick, easy & engaging

Our one-hour, online training course will be delivered in collaboration with Boost Lancashire and will be delivered by Mel Close from Disability Equality.

It takes place on 22nd June 2020 at 2.00pm

Click here to register for our webinar and join in with hundreds who have already helped enhance their business through our free and friendly training.

“I learnt a lot from this course and feel confident to cascade back to my colleagues” – Lisa Dickenson, Sainsburies.

“I learnt new things, looking at bringing in some changes” – Debbs Lancelott, Houndshill Shopping Centre

“I learned so much. I feel it will give me more confidence to help guests and staff with any impairments and also help me help the staff improve” – Shantel Bailey, Merlin Blackpool Tower.

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