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Online Training Programs

Unconscious Bias In The Workplace

Unconscious bias affects everyone. This course explains the concept of unconscious bias, examines how biases in the workplace can affect individuals and organizations, and identifies ways to mitigate these negative effects.
Upon completion of this course, you will:
▪ Understand the concept of unconscious bias
▪ Recognize how biases in the workplace can undermine logical decision-making and create an unfair
playing field where some individuals have unfair advantages over others
▪ Identify ways that individuals and organizations can mitigate the effects of unconscious biases

Respect and Inclusion in the Workplace

Diversity encompasses all of the ways that we are different from each other, including factors like ethnicity, culture, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, and sexual identity. This course educates participants about acceptable and unacceptable workplace attitudes and behaviours, including discrimination, harassment, and bullying, identifies appropriate ways to respond, and provides practical strategies to support an inclusive workplace environment where everyone feels safe and respected. This course is endorsed by Safety Services Canada.

Diversity and Inclusion Training for Volunteers

Volunteers are the public face of community events, non-profit organizations, and the corporate sponsors that support those events and organizations. Volunteer workforces should be diverse and inclusive, and every volunteer should feel safe, respected, and appreciated at all times. This course educates volunteer workers about acceptable and unacceptable attitudes and behaviours, how to respond appropriately, and their role in supporting a respectful, productive volunteer environment.

LGBTQ2+ Diversity and Inclusion Training for Workplaces

LGBTQ2+ diversity and inclusion training is an important step on the pathway to creating an inclusive workplace culture where everyone feels safe and respected. This self-paced online course educates participants about LGBTQ2+ communities, appropriate terms of reference, and the challenges and inequities employees who identify as LGBTQ2+ may face at work. The objective is to lay the foundation for open communication and foster a LGBT+ inclusive workplace culture where LGBTQ2+ employees are supported and co-workers are strong allies.

The Respectful Athlete

Young athletes publicly represent their sports, sport organizations, schools, and communities. It is very important for them to treat other players, coaches, officials, and spectators with respect and behave appropriately at all times. This course educates participants about acceptable and unacceptable attitudes and behaviours, including information about discrimination, harassment, and bullying, appropriate response, and ways to support an inclusive, respectful environment in which every player feels safe and can contribute fully and productively to the team.

Canadian Indigenous Culture Training - Truth and Reconciliation Edition

This edition has been designed in accordance with the Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action (2015) and includes information about the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Indigenous rights, Indigenous law, and Indigenous-Crown relations. This course has been developed by the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute of Canada.

How to Reduce Unconscious Bias in Your Hiring Practices

This course is for anyone with hiring and talent acquisition responsibilities, including HR professionals, business leaders, managers, and supervisors. It will deepen your understanding of unconscious bias and help you develop and implement strategies to reduce the effects of unconscious bias in your hiring and talent acquisition processes.

Le respect et l'inclusion

La diversité comprend toutes les façons dont nous sommes différents les uns des autres, y compris les facteurs comme l’ethnicité, la culture, la religion, l’âge, le sexe, l’orientation sexuelle et l’identité sexuelle. Ce cours vise à éduquer les participants sur les attitudes et les comportements acceptables et non acceptables en milieu de travail tels que la discrimination, le harcèlement et l’intimidation; à identifier les moyens appropriés de réagir et à offrir des stratégies pratiques pour favoriser un environnement de travail inclusif où tous se sentent en sécurité et respectés. Ce cours est appuyé par Services de sécurité Canada.

Les biais inconscients en milieu de travail

Les biais inconscients affectent tout le monde. Dans ce cours, nous expliquerons le concept de biais inconscient, examinerons comment les biais en milieu de travail peuvent affecter tant les personnes que les organisations et identifierons des moyens d’atténuer ces effets néfastes.

Après avoir complété ce cours, vous serez en mesure de :

  • Comprendre le concept de biais inconscients
  • Reconnaître que les biais en milieu de travail peuvent miner la prise de décision logique et créer des inégalités, où certaines personnes ont un avantage injuste sur d’autres
  • Identifier des moyens par lesquels les personnes et les organisations peuvent diminuer les effets des biais inconscients