Made-in-Canada diversity and inclusion courses
We are proud to present diversity and inclusion training to individuals and organizations across Canada. Thousands of employees, volunteers, and individual citizens have completed Canadian Diversity Initiative courses.
Our online training is used by companies, nonprofits, government agencies, and educational institutions across Canada, and several of our DEI courses have been adapted for workplaces in the United States and the EU/UK.
We have collaborative partnerships with highly respected Canadian organizations, including the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute and Safety Services Canada. And we work with diversity and inclusion experts who have deep knowledge of the subject-matter.
Our online courses are reviewed and updated regularly to ensure that content is accurate and the learning experience is user-friendly, engaging, and practical.
The mission of the Canadian Diversity Initiative is to support diversity and inclusion through education. Whether you're looking for a course for yourself, or for a group, we're here to help. So let's get started...
Valued By Organizations Such As
Easy to follow
As we began hiring staff quite quickly a few months back, I wanted to ensure that we as a company were remaining as impartial as possible when reviewing job applicants. This course made me question the way we do things and gave me actionable points that we could implement. It was also very easy to follow.
Jon Bomser, Founder
Highly recommended for small organizations
We made Indigenous Cultural Safety a mandatory part of our training process and have been thrilled with the Canadian Indigenous Culture Training: Truth and Reconciliation Edition. CDI courses are comparable to longer, more expensive programs, are developed in community, and can be carried out at the learner’s convenience. Highly recommended for small orgs or frequently changing teams.
Matt Johnstone, Administrative Director
Sole Food Farms
Challenged my own description of inclusion
This course challenged in my own description of inclusion and how best to create a comfortable, safe environment for teams. It was really valuable for me to look at the ways discrimination and harassment can be perceived and avoided to create a respectful inclusive workplace where everyone feels safe and business productivity can be maximized.
Sara Phelan, Founder
Innov8 Consulting Group
My name is Kim Scaravelli. As Managing Partner of the Canadian Diversity Initiative, my role is to help individuals and organizations access training, and to ensure that our courses are accurate, engaging, and helpful.
All Canadian Diversity Initiative courses can be customized and we offer generous discounts to employers, nonprofits, and schools. To initiate a conversation about diversity and inclusion training online, please complete our contact form. I look forward to speaking with you!