This online course helps you learn:
The benefits of an inclusive workplace, as well as the personal and organizational costs of not being LGBTQ2+ inclusive.
The dangers and inequities faced by individuals who identify as LGBTQ2+ in Canada and abroad, and the laws in place to protect those who identify as LGBTQ2+ in Canada
Respectful language and terms related to LGBTQ2+ communities and individuals who identify as LGBTQ2+
Ways to support an inclusive, respectful workplace, and how to be an ally to co-workers who identify as LGBTQ2+
The Online Learning Experience
Begin DEI training as soon as you receive your PIN/password via email.
Learn at your own pace.
Pause whenever you like. The course will re-open to where you left off.
Use any device.
Learn using a computer, tablet, or smartphone. All you need is an internet connection!
Get your certificate.
Download a Certificate of Completion that includes your name and the date of training.
Interactive exercises and quizzes keep you engaged and reinforce key concepts.
Valued By Organizations Such As
LGBTQ2+ Diversity and Inclusion is an excellent course. The content is presented clearly, it’s highly interactive, and it offers practical insights that can be used to improve workplace culture. We are excited to be able to offer this to our members.
Jack Kyte, Executive Director
Pictou County Chamber of Commerce
This course challenged 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
Timeline for Completion
This DEI training is self-paced. The time needed to complete the course will depend on your learning style and prior knowledge of the subject-matter. Most participants require approximately one hour.