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Introduction to Understanding Systemic Racism

Online Course

Creating an organization that is inclusive of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour is not a “feel good” exercise. An inclusion initiative is a win-win for everyone. When organizations are inclusive of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour, all workers feel more engaged and inspired to do their best. This can only help leaders and managers in their responsibilities to create a competitive organization. 

This course is designed for leaders and managers. 

Use the best practices of inclusive organizations around the world to address issues of systemic racism.

Course Content:

  • Understand the concepts of racism, systemic racism, systemic bias, and unconscious bias.
  • Understand the intent vs. impact dilemma.
  • Recognize and reduce your unconscious bias as a leader and manager.
  • Recognize different levels of systemic bias in your organization.
  • Have a tool kit of strategies and supporting methods to eliminate/reduce systemic bias in your organization.

This course uses interactive elements, scenarios, videos, and quizzes to reinforce learning.

This course has been accredited by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA).  It is available in both English and French and ​will work on all major browsers and multiple devices including: tablets, IPads and smart phones.

Duration:  3 hours | $100.00 +GST

Course Credits: 

  • 0.5 CCA Gold Seal Credits



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Course Credits Information
Gold Seal Credits:
Course Certificates

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.

Course Contact Information

Leanne Hendrickson
Director of Education


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