Nick Goss has been an associate trainer at Shape for over six years and has been an exceptional addition to the Shape training delivery team. Nick is a also the Chair of POWhER, the national advocacy organisation, and a UK Magistrate.

Nick has delivered a number of Shape's training courses including: Disability Equality; Disability Equality with Customer Care; Accessible Marketing and Employing Deaf and Disabled People. Nick is also skilled in mystery shopping services and providing courses on Diversity; Diversity and Disability Management and Employment Law.

Nick has trained a number of Shape's clients including:

  • Science Museum
  • Ambassador’s Theatre Group.
  • Museum Association
  • Whitechapel Gallery
  • Historic Royal Palace
  • Arts Council England
  • Royal Opera House
  • Wellcome Trust

"Nick (Goss, trainer) has recently been delivering ‘Disability Confidence’ training at Hampton Court Palace, for our entire Visitor Services department, and the feedback is superb. Nick adapted the course to our needs and during the creation process he took on all of my feedback, kept me up to date with how the work was progressing and worked hard to ensure that the end product was exactly what I was looking for. His training style is warm, accessible, wonderfully humorous, and informed. His enthusiasm is contagious and he is a pleasure to work with."
Kate Minchin, Visitor Experience Manager, Hampton Court Palace

About Goss Consultancy Ltd
Nick Goss is Managing Director for Goss Consultancy Ltd (GCL). GCL works with a wide range of clients from all sectors to devise, develop, implement & evaluate inclusion strategies that are fit for purpose, are aligned with wider policy frameworks and can be effectively implemented across organisations and work programmes.

Their main work streams are training, consultancy and access audits. Highlights of GLC's work include:
• Commissioned by the UK's Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to write large sections of the non-statutory guidance for the Equality Act 2010
• Retained by the Arts Council England for 6 years to support the delivery of their equality & diversity strategy
• Commissioned by the British Council & LOCOG to support the scoping of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, with respect to ways of promoting disability equality
• Founding member of the London Development Agency's blue print Independent Disability Equality Advisory Group.

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