Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Training

Build a More Inclusive Team

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) training fosters a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes respect and an appreciation for differences. This can lead to improved employee performance, collaboration, and heightened cultural competence. Additionally, EDI training signals a commitment to inclusivity, attracting a diverse talent pool and improving employee retention, ultimately fostering greater job satisfaction and well-being.

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Benefits:

Individual Benefits

  • Increased Cultural Competence
  • Improved Communication Skills
  • Greater Job Satisfaction and Well-Being

Business Benefits

  • Improved Employee Performance and Collaboration
  • Enhanced Customer Relations
  • Attracting and Retaining Talent

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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Courses

go2HR is proud to offer a variety of EDI training to BC’s Tourism & Hospitality industry. Whether we partner with organizations to create new, source pre-existing, or subsidize courses to bring industry-relevant courses, there is relevant training course for everyone.

As our industry works to become more equitable, diverse, and inclusive, this course will give you the foundational knowledge needed to thoughtfully engage and move forward on your journey whether you are an individual, leader, an HR or EDI specialist, a school, or an organization, this beginner course gives you the common language to go deeper. We recommend this course as a complement to other EDI initiatives or work you may be undertaking.

In this course we will look at core concepts and terms such as: equity, diversity, inclusion, positionality, intersectionality, types of bias, microaggressions, microinsults, microassaults, and microaggressions.

Embracing flexibility, this digital format ensures accessibility for all, enabling tourism and hospitality professionals to easily integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion principles into their work lives.

What you’ll learn:

  • Why EDI is Relevant to Tourism & Hospitality
  • What EDI is
  • What the Bias Barrier is and different types of bias
  • What EDI Behaviours and Competencies are
  • Beyond legislation about  how to address Discrimination in the Workplace
  • How to Put Inclusive Behaviours and Competencies into Action through awareness, openness and building cultural competency
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Designed to raise your awareness of cultural diversity in the workplace and build foundational intercultural knowledge and skills, this course will help you practically build inclusive workplaces. The goal of intercultural communication is to help people from different cultural backgrounds understand each other and avoid miscommunications.

In this course, we will explore terms such as culture, cultural diversity, and intercultural competence. We’ll delve into how cultural conflicts can arise in the workplace and what actions can be taken to address them, as well as learning how to apply the B.E.S.T. approach. By the end of this course, you will have the awareness to recognize cultural differences, the tools to understand them, and strategies to work more effectively in a culturally diverse team.

What you’ll learn:

  • Build foundational knowledge in intercultural competency
  • Develop common vocabulary at your workplace
  • Develop additional flexibility and self-awareness
  • Learn how to take a ‘B.E.S.T. approach’ when faced with a variety of tricky workplace situations

We recommend this course as a complement to other EDI initiatives or work you may be undertaking.

This course is the first step to creating an inclusive workplace culture. Participants will learn about 2SLGBTQ+ communities, respectful terms of reference, and the challenges and inequities individuals who identify themselves as 2SLGBTQ+ face at work. The objective is for participants to gain foundational knowledge about open communication, and fostering an inclusive workplace where 2SLGBTQ+ individuals feel safe, supported, and respected.

What you’ll learn:

  • The benefits of 2SLGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace, as well as the personal and organizational costs of not being inclusive
  • The barriers, challenges, and injustices faced by individuals who identify as 2SLGBTQ+ in Canada and abroad
  • The laws and personal protections in place in Canada
  • Appropriate terms of reference related to 2SLGBTQ+ communities and individuals who identify as 2SLGBTQ+
  • How employers and employees can create and support an 2SLGBTQ+ inclusive, respectful workplace
  • How to be an ally to coworkers who identify as 2SLGBTQ+
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Providing employees with unconscious bias training is a positive step toward creating a respectful, inclusive workplace culture. We each have unconscious biases and we take these biases to work with us. Left unaddressed, they undermine logical decision-making and contribute to a toxic workplace, where respect and opportunity are not equally distributed. This course will help learners deepen their understanding of unconscious biases and mitigate their effects in the workplace.

What you’ll learn:

  • Explore the concept of unconscious bias
  • Identify specific types of unconscious bias and how they affect attitudes and behaviours
  • Understand how unconscious biases in the workplace can create an unfair playing field where some individuals have unfair advantages over others
  • Review practical ways employees and organizations can counteract potential unconscious biases
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