Whilst the conversation around gender equality has been going on for centuries, the reality is there is still a long way to go. The gender pay gap is still substantial and inequality exists in the rates of gender based crimes of aggression, access to education and healthcare, property ownership, political representation, retirement savings, freedom of expression and corporate leadership.
- The “Why?” of gender equality
- The gender pay gap
- Everyday sexism
- Recruitment and promotions
- Sexual harassment
- Domestic violence
- Women in leadership
Upon completion of the Gender course, trainees will have:
- Improved knowledge of the dynamics of gender equality and an understanding of the importance and possibilities of gender equality
- The ability to identify some of the characteristics of sexism, sexual harassment, domestic and family violence
- Tools to move forward in assessing your own contributions to, and the importance of, gender equality in the workplace
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.
- Under self-enrolment (student) enter the self-enrolment key (SBSG_Enrol) to access the course (use this even if you are a staff member).