Katie Howard, Consultant

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Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration

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Member of the Access Association

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Specialises in Workplace Environmental Assessments

After studying at the College of Richard Collyer, Katie joined Assurity Consulting in 2017 as an Apprentice. She successfully completed a Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration alongside her initial internal training and service delivery, focusing on Workplace Environmental Assessments. 

She also provides support to our customers with their indoor environment in terms of air quality, water quality and hygiene conditions across a variety of built environments to both owner-occupiers and in landlord/tenant situations.

Katie has been given the opportunity to further her professional development by completing our internal training program to deliver access audits and become a member of the Access Association.

She is currently applying to become a registered Access Auditor with the National Register for Access Consultants (NRAC) and has passed her stage 1 application. She is currently working towards stage 2.  

Insights by Katie

Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities!

The day was originally proclaimed by the United Nations in 1992. The General Assembly’s main objective was to “promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society, also to development and increase awareness of the situation of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life”.

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Did you know that today is Purple Tuesday?

The aim of Purple Tuesday is to raise awareness of the numerous commercial and social opportunities available to organisations once they make reasonable adjustments to be more disability inclusive and aware.

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Call for compulsory ‘Changing Places’ washrooms from 2021

The Government has called for Changing Places washrooms to be compulsory in all new buildings from 2021, with the backing of £30 million to help install these facilities in existing buildings.

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