Business and Management Micro-Credential

Developing and Sustaining Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces

Developing and Sustaining Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces will provide you with the skills and insights to design and implement effective strategies which promote diversity and inclusion in your organisation. You will leave this course with a fit-for-purpose approach ready for use in your specific workplace.

Overview

  • Course Fees
    FREE
    (funded by the NSW Government)
  • Duration
    6 weeks
  • Delivery
    Workshop
    (2x 1-day)

This contemporary micro-credential has been co-designed with industry and developed with funding from the NSW Government.

UNE Partnerships has teamed up with the University of New England (UNE) and Supporting and Linking Tradeswomen (SALT) to offer this contemporary micro-credential designed to help you to drive meaningful change within your organisation.

This program has been developed with support and funding from the NSW Government through the Western City Parkland Authority (WCPA) and the New Education Training Model (NETM).

Would you like to build a more diverse and inclusive workplace?

Are you ready to learn more but still have a few questions?

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Learning Outcomes

This micro-credential will provide you with the knowledge and skills to:

  • Identify various types of diversity
  • Articulate the importance and business benefits of diversity in the workplace
  • Design and implement practical strategies that promote workplace diversity and inclusion
  • Design and implement practical strategies that sustain diverse and inclusive workplace environments
  • Contextualise recruitment and staff retention strategies to a specific organisational context

Program Structure

This micro-credential will include two workshops and a range of activities for you to undertake within your workplace. You will be provided with a workbook covering the following topics:

  • Bias/ Stereotype
  • Diversity, equality and inclusion in workplaces
  • Benefits of diversity
  • Communication
  • Inclusive work practices
  • Recruitment
  • Induction
  • Training
  • Feedback
  • Control (issues and barriers)
  • Changes in beliefs and attitudes

Admission Guidelines

This micro-credential is recommended for:

  • CEOs and business owners
  • Middle managers
  • Human resources teams

The course is also suited to workers who are interested in developing their ability to engage with diversity and inclusion in their workplace.

Preference will be given to learners working in advanced manufacturing, defence and aerospace, agribusiness, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and freight and logistics and those who live and/or work in the Western Parkland City.

More information about the NETM

Proudly funded by the NSW Government
The NSW Government and Western Parkland City Authority (WPCA) have developed the New Education and Training Model (NETM) in partnership with industry, universities, vocational education and training (VET) providers and government. The NETM will deliver small-scale packages of learning, or micro-credentials, that allow people to build knowledge, skills and experience in a particular subject area aligned to employer needs. For more information on the program, please visit WPCA Website.

Kick-Start Your Future Today

We are one of Australia’s most progressive training organisations with the backing of Australia’s highest-rated online university – the University of New England. 

Our flexible courses will help you to develop the skills required by a rapidly evolving workplace.

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