UHIInclusive Practice Toolkit

I fully endorse the Inclusive Practice Toolkit as it underscores the specialised nature of disability support, whilst providing a useful toolkit for practitioners to develop the professionalism involved in assessing student needs.

The toolkit highlights our legal obligations both individually and institutionally to supporting disabled students and outlines practical steps all of us can take to ensure our practice is accessible to our students.

I encourage all staff, professional services and academic alike, to read though and make use of the Inclusive Practice Toolkit.

Professor Todd Walker, Principal and Vice-Chancellor

What is included?

The resources below provide standardised, pan-UHI, guidance in relation to disability support and inclusive practice.

Who is it for?

Content has been developed with cross-partnership input and is aimed mainly at student support and teaching staff, but it is equally relevant for staff across our university, whether you are new to your role or looking for a refresher of how an understanding of disability support and inclusive practice is relevant to your role.

Click the tile most relevant to you below to continue. You can dip in and out of the content whenever needed.

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Student support practitioners

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All staff


Sincere thanks to everyone who has contributed to this resource to date, and to colleagues in the university’s Educational Development Unit (EDU) who have led the technical development.

We will work with colleagues in the EDU et al. to review and update content annually.