Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

Start Date

22/04/2024 9:30 am




Zoom Online


Certificate of Completion



The aim of the course is for participants to know that the core of building inclusive working environments is ensuring that everybody has the awareness and understanding they need to foster a supportive and inclusive culture.

Learning Outcomes

The objective is for participants to understand that change is capable within them and this leads to being able to effect change around them.

Who is this course for?

Employers/Employees at all levels.


A Pathway to Inclusive Leadership:
– starting at a basic level and increase to a deeper understanding of what Diversity and Inclusion even mean and how it applies to organisations.
– Leading change and what is your role in DEI
Fostering Inclusive Relationships:
– beginning with inclusive language – and the impact it can have on people’s behaviours.
How biased are you?
– we all have biases, how do yours influence your behaviours?
Does difference really make a difference?  – Intersectionality of life
– what are the differences and how do they give rise to discrimination?
– these are the grounds in the equality legislation and evolving / new ones – neurodiversity
Policies and Practices in work
– how do these contribute to a culture of dignity, respect and inclusion in the workplace.
– how to implement DEI through inclusive practices for Recruitment, Onboarding, Training, Organisation Communications (both Internal and External).

Trainer Profile

Mary Finn, Connect4Work

Employed Trainee Profile Form

Our training programs are open to all private or commercial semi-state companies based in the Republic of Ireland.

Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

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