Equality and Diversity Policy

Access and Varied Ability Policy

We are an inclusive company and are committed to catering to instructors and clients with particular access requirements. This includes those with hearing or sight impairments, wheelchair users and
those living with conditions such as diabetes, asthma, and epilepsy. We are dedicated to providing equal opportunities for people with varied learning abilities and mental health considerations.

Potential instructors are invited to inform us of any considerations prior to booking a TwerkFit® training course, to allow us to ensure that we can provide the course safely. In circumstances where we are unable to cater for an instructor’s requirements, we will always recommend
alternatives such as an alternative location or a 1:1 class.

Instructors are requested to contact info@twerk-fit.co.uk should any accessibility or other such considerations arise for any of their clients. We will be able to offer support to instructors so that they ultimately deliver an exceptional experience for that client.

Equal Opportunities Policy

Creative Fields Limited is committed to ensuring that no instructor or client is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of age, disability, gender, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. We are committed to maintaining a neutral working environment in which no instructor or client feels under threat or intimidated; discrimination of any form will not be tolerated.

Personal Harassment Policy & Procedure

Creative Fields Limited is committed to providing experiences in which all can work and learn without any level of harassment or victimisation on the grounds of appearance, age, disability, gender, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Personal harassment takes many forms, ranging from subtle verbal comments to threatening behaviour and physical abuse. We take extremely seriously and consider entirely unacceptable reports of any abusive behaviour or harassment.

Personal harassment takes many forms and we may not always realise that our own behaviours could constitute harassment. Personal harassment can include any unwanted behaviour towards an individual, and examples of harassment include:

• Insensitive jokes
• Comments about appearance
• Deliberate exclusion from conversations
• Displaying offensive writing or material
• Unwelcome physical contact
• Threatening or insulting words or behaviour

This list is not exhaustive and we encourage and support efforts to limit any behaviours that could be interpreted as harassment.