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Anti Discrimination and Bullying Training Programs

We offer public, onsite, online and blended learning solutions


iHR Australia is the largest independent provider of anti-bullying, harassment, discrimination and EEO training across Australia. Our onsite and public Anti Discrimination and Bullying training programs address relevant state and federal legislation, individual and leadership behaviour, workplace culture and the impact they have on compliance, performance and brand.

Our training does more than inform about lawful behaviour – it addresses desired workplace behaviour and practices that reflect organisational values, create culture and increase motivation and staff engagement.


Our Anti Discrimination and Bullying training programs include:

  • Custodians of Culture for Managers (Half Day): Anti Discrimination and Bullying Training ENROL HERE

  • Custodians of Culture for Managers (Full Day): Anti Discirmination and Bullying and Addressing Inappropriate Behaviour ENROL HERE

  • Custodians of Culture for Senior Managers and Executives ONSITE TRAINING

  • Anti Discrimination and Bullying Training for Employees ONSITE TRAINING

Looking for ONLINE Anti Discrimination, Bullying and EEO training? Visit www.world-learning-hub.com


Training towards a safe workplace

A critical part of any organisation’s ‘reasonable steps’ in providing a safe workplace is the provision of appropriate anti-bullying, harassment and discrimination training. It demonstrates that the organisation is actively informing their staff, managers and senior management about what types of behaviour constitutes unlawful bullying, discrimination and harassment.

The iHR Australia training method

iHR have developed the Workplace Reality Theatre, in which professional actors re-enact real-life workplace situations. Participants then identify and address inappropriate workplace behaviours. Our training stimulates self-reflection and adjustment through our ‘observe, analyse and practice’ methodology. Our program content and Workplace Reality Theatre re-enacted scenarios can be tailored to suit your organisation’s specific environment, circumstances or needs. We recognise that responsibilities in the area of anti-bullying, harassment and discrimination differ at various levels of the organisation and, accordingly, have programs specific to employee, manager and executive levels.

Training delivery options

iHR Australia offers public, onsite, eLearning and blended learning solutions.

We deliver public workplace training courses in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra.

All of our programs can also be delivered onsite in your workplace, including in regional locations. Each workplace training program can be tailored to suit your organisation's specific needs, policies, procedures and values.

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In addition, iHR offers blended learning solutions, featuring eLearning based on the same principles as our face to face training. Online training uses 3D animation to create engaging, interactive eLearning which complements face to face training.

Blended learning solutions can also be customised; our online training production partner World Learning Hub, can produce animations, activities and assessments tailored to the needs of the organisation.

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Find out more

To find out more about iHR Australia's Anti Discrimination, Bullying and EEO training courses and workplace harassment training in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin or Canberra please contact us on Phone 1300 884 687 or make an online enquiry.

Melbourne Office : 
Suite 11, 828 High Street Kew East Victoria 3102
Sydney Office :
Level 34 AMP Tower, 50 Bridge Street, Sydney 2000

Bangkok Office :

88 Paso Tower 14th Floor Unit A1 Silom Road , Suriyawong, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500

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