Register for Free Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training

Definitions of diversity, equity and inclusion sourced from the City of Portland Office of Equity and Human Rights, The Independent Sector and UC Berkeley.

Definitions of diversity, equity and inclusion sourced from the City of Portland Office of Equity and Human Rights, The Independent Sector and UC Berkeley.

We invite you to register for and participate in diversity, equity and inclusion training this fall semester to further your professional development. As part of its employee development program, and in alignment with requirements of its Diversity Certification program, the Talent Development Department provides U of A employees the opportunity to attend monthly DEI trainings facilitated by the IDEALS Institute

Visit the EDP Calendar to register for the interactive virtual training sessions to build a foundational understanding around DEI. Spots are limited, and registration is required.

Principles of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

This interactive training is designed to foster a foundational understanding, clarity, reflection and discussion about the concepts of diversity, equity and inclusion. Participants will be invited to collaborate in learning by sharing experiences, questions and perspectives related to DEI in a thoughtfully facilitated environment. Participants will leave with increased awareness to help guide further reflection, conversation and action to promote diversity, equity and inclusion. Offered Sept. 13, Oct. 11, Nov. 17 and Dec. 13.

Facing Bias: Exposing Blind Spots / Engaging in Action

This interactive training is designed to foster understanding, clarity, reflection and discussion about unconscious/implicit bias and its impact through engagement in large and small group discussions. Participants will be invited to collaborate in learning by sharing experiences, questions and perspectives related to implicit bias in a thoughtfully facilitated environment. Participants will leave with increased awareness to help guide further reflection, conversation and action to counter implicit bias. Offered Sept. 16.

Gender Bias: Building Understanding / Creating Allies

This interactive training is designed to foster understanding, clarity, reflection and discussion about bias against women in the workplace through engagement in large and small group discussions. Participants will be invited to collaborate in learning by sharing experiences, questions and perspectives related to gender-based bias in a thoughtfully facilitated environment. Participants will leave with increased awareness to help guide further reflection, conversation and action to counter gender bias. Offered Oct. 12.

Equity 101: Building Understanding / Engaging in Action

This interactive training is designed to foster a foundational understanding, clarity, reflection, and discussion about equity through engagement in large and small group discussions. Participants will be invited to collaborate in learning by sharing experiences, questions and perspectives related to equity in a thoughtfully facilitated environment. Participants will leave with increased awareness to help guide further reflection, conversation and action to create more equitable practices. Offered Nov. 18.

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: Building Understanding / Creating Allies

This interactive training is designed to foster understanding, clarity, reflection and discussion about sexual orientation and gender identity through engagement in large and small group discussions. Participants will be invited to collaborate in learning by sharing experiences, questions and perspectives related to sexual orientation and gender identity in a thoughtfully facilitated environment. Participants will leave with increased awareness to help guide further reflection, conversation and action to support LGBTQ family, friends and colleagues. Offered Dec. 15.

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