Many of the workplace practices, activities and training which have been developed to increase inclusion for specific types of diversity can also apply to other types of diversity. For example, unconscious bias training can have positive impacts across Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, cultural, age, LGBTIQ+, gender and disability diversity. Core inclusion skills include understanding yourself, not making assumptions, curiosity and understanding the legislative environment.
- The ‘Why?’ of inclusion
- Unconscious bias
- Discrimination legislation
- Building an inclusive organization
- Inclusive design
The Core Inclusion course is designed to improve understanding of inclusion and the principles guiding the right conditions for every individual to achieve their full potential. It provides tools to apply knowledge to promote diversity and help make organisations more inclusive of a range of diverse communities – leading to a fairer, more inclusive organisation.
Upon completion of the Core Inclusion course trainees will be able to:
- Identify different types of bias
- Recognise that they have unconscious biases, and that workplace practices and decision making can be negatively affected by unconscious bias and assumptions
- Recall what constitutes unlawful discrimination and the difference between direct and indirect discrimination
- Understand the legislative environment and complaints procedure for victims of discrimination
- Utilise core inclusion skills or ‘people skills’ - such as curiosity and flexibility
- Incorporate their understanding of diversity and intersectionality into their inclusion skills
- Understand the impact of universal and inclusive design on inclusion
If you are interested in taking this course, please enrol via Moodle.
- Ensure you are logged into Moodle.
- Access the course using this unique link.
- You will be presented with a page with the self-enrolment options.
- Enter the Self-Enrolment Key (SBSI_Enrol) to access the course.