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Anti-Racism for Workplaces

Notice: The course content is comprised of animated videos. If you are taking the course in an open area, you will need to use headphones. Or you can turn off the audio and read the closed-captioned text that accompanies each animated video.

Price
$50.00

Content Provider:
Ryley Learning

Language
En/Fr

Length
30 minutes

Release Date
2022-11-17

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Preventing discrimination and harassment based on race is a fundamental to all workplaces. Allegations and incidents of racism in the workplace can: create an unsafe workplace, impair employee morale and wellbeing, and erode public trust.

How is training an important part of prevention?

  • The risk of incidents of workplace harassment occurring is reduced when people understand what conduct is “off-side” and hurtful
  • Employees of police services (and the public, when served) need to know they have a right to be free from harassment and discrimination on the basis of race (as set out in human rights laws and under collective agreements)
  • People and organizations need to understand how systemic racism operates, and how it may be tackled

Course Format: Meet Future Generation

What happens when the CEO brings in an A.I. Robot to make “objective” hiring decisions? Over 30-minutes of animated storytelling and interactive exercises, explore common race-based discrimination and harassment in North American workplaces.

Watch and listen to a cast of employees who share their experiences of racism at work — highlighting bias and stereotyping. It becomes clear that Future Generation needs a “reboot” to address systemic racism.

Learning Outcomes

When you have completed this course, you will be able to:

  • Define & understand terms such as:
    • Racial Bias
    • Racial Stereotyping
    • Colourblind Racism
    • Systemic Racism
  • Discuss some of the impacts of workplace racism on (a) individual people; and (b) an organization
  • Describe ways that organizations can address systemic racism; and create and meet diversity, equity and inclusion goals

Target Audience

Sworn Police, Police Civilian, Student, Other Federal, Provincial and Municipal Employees, Private Security

Content Provider

Content for this course was provided by Ryley Learning