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Current training courses

We are currently offering the following courses. Using the registration links below you can:

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Courses are held at the Equal Opportunity Commission, Level 17, 45 Pirie Street, Adelaide.

Click on the current courses below for further information:

Contact Person: role and responsibilities
Time: 1 day (9:30am - 4:00pm - lunch provided)
Cost: $370

Course dates:

Tuesday 24 October 2017

Wednesday 15 November 2017  (this session is now fully booked)

Contact Person: refresher
Time: 1/2 day
Cost: $200

Course dates:

Tuesday 24 October 2017 (1pm - 4pm)

Preventing workplace bullying, discrimination and harassment
Time: 1/2 day (9:30 - 12:30)
Cost: $200

Course dates:

Monday 18 September 2017

Courses available upon request

Refresher Training for Managers and Supervisors

This practical workshop is designed to refresh the skills and knowledge of managers and supervisors in the early intervention of disputes and complaint handling.

Recommended: Managers and Supervisors
Time: 3 hours

Online or Out of Line? - Managing Social Media in the Workplace

Explore some common issues and dilemmas associated with the emerging use of social media at work, with a focus on the interaction between anti-discrimination laws and social media.

Recommended: Managers, HR consultants
Time: 3 hours

Recruitment dilemmas

Tools for avoiding discrimination during recruitment.

Recommended: HR consultants, supervisors, employment services personnel
Time: 3 hours

Developing workplace equal opportunity policies

Learn how to draft and adopt equal opportunity policies and procedures.

Recommended: managers, HR consultants
Time: 3 hours

Managing Age Diversity at Work

Learn about issues faced by mature age workers and how age diversity in the workplace can bring opportunities and benefits to employers.

Recommended: managers, supervisors and HR professionals
Time: 3 hours
Advocates and community workers

Explore the role of the advocate and community worker in the complaints process.

Recommended: advocates and community workers providing advice to community members
Time: 2 hours

Volunteers and fair treatment

Discuss the role and responsibilities of the volunteer under the Equal Opportunity Act.

Recommended: volunteers and volunteer coordinators
Time: 3 hours

Unconscious Bias in Recruitment - Challenging your stereotypes

Examine 'unconscious bias' and understand how unconscious bias leads to stereotyping and discrimination during recruitment. Challenge your own stereotypes and develop tactics for overcoming unconscious bias.

Recommended: Managers, supervisors and HR professionals
Time: 3 hours

Managers - resolving workplace conflict, bullying, discrimination & harassment

This workshop emphasises the role the manager can and must play in the early intervention of grievances that are reported to them or that they observe.

Recommended: supervisors, managers, HR consultants (previously known as Nipping problems in the bud)
Time: 3 hours

Discounts apply for volunteers, not-for-profit organisations and small business.

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