Movement in Practice Academy (MiP Academy) seeks not to discriminate against anyone who uses the service and actively monitors that the Equality Act 2010 is adhered to.
A general definition of discrimination refers to the unfair or unjust treatment of people because they possess certain characteristics, such as age, race and religion, see MiP Academy Equality & Diversity Policy for more information.
Under the Equality Act 2010, there are four main types of discrimination:
MiP Academy aims not to discriminate against age, disability or gender and actively encourages that anyone interested in accessing MiP Academy courses or events be welcomed and reasonable adjustments made.
MiP Academy will review their Disability Discrimination and Reasonable Adjustments Policy at regular intervals.
The MiP Academy Disability Discrimination and Reasonable Adjustments Policy is available in hard copy. Please contact if you would like a copy.
Equality & Diversity
MiP Academy has an Equality & Diversity Policy that covers all aspects of equality.
MiP Academy customers have a right to complain with regard to the services they receive and they can expect to be treated fairly and without discrimination, see MiP Academy Complaints Policy for further information.
Reasonable Adjustments for Disability Discrimination
MiP Academy will endeavour to support all learners to access MiP Academy Courses. The MiP Academy will use their best efforts to ensure that all learners are able to access courses and study aids and will work with individual learners and their study need plans to enable their learning.
MiP Academy are aware this is a dynamic process and will review course aids and requirements on a regular basis.
Movement in Practice and the Movement in Practice Academy (MiP Academy) are trading styles of Dr Dance Presents Ltd. Registered in England and Wales at Evolution House, Iceni Court, Norwich, NR6 6BB. Reg No 11001529