Custodians of Culture Part 1: Anti Discrimination and Bullying Training for Managers

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HOW TO BOOK

Click on the dates below for online registration. Alternatively call us on 1300 884 687 for quick registration. 

This program can also be delivered on-site at your organisation, click here to find out more about onsite and customised training. 

Dates and locations

 

Melbourne

2017: Enrol 2 Aug Enrol 5 Oct

Sydney

2017: Enrol 15 Aug Enrol 10 Oct

Brisbane

2017: Enrol 3 Oct

Perth

2017: Enrol 13 Sep

Adelaide

2017: Enrol 21 Sep

Canberra

2017: Enrol 24 Oct 

 

If you do not see a suitable date in your location, please contact us to register your interest for future programs and to receive updates.

 

Designed for

Managers, team leaders, supervisors

Program length 4 hours

Cost

$465

Program Overview

Our Equal Employment Opportunity, anti-bullying training for managers focuses on the responsibility as the custodians of your organisation's workplace culture and the key elements of the manager's role in preventing and effectively managing bullying, harassment and discrimination issues in the workplace.

In this half-day workshop, an experienced iHR facilitator and two professional actors will bring to life real workplace situations using our unique Workplace Reality Theatre.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore and apply effective leadership techniques and will learn about three leadership styles that heighten the risk of workplace issues and potential litigation.

Further information regarding the course content and learning objectives is available in the following tab 'Course Content'. 

 

Venue and catering

Public training programs are delivered at CBD locations accessible by car and public transport. Venues are confirmed close to the program date with details sent to participants approximately 2 weeks before the program.

iHR Australia selects venues that provide participants with high quality food and beverage choices. Programs are fully catered with morning tea, afternoon tea and a lunch time meal. Participants attending half day programs are provided with morning tea.
Dietary requirements can be catered for with advance notice.

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Public Training – Terms & Conditions

Attendance Ineligibility

iHR Australia reserves the right to exclude or cancel registration to a Public Training program if the participant is deemed to represent an organisation or service provider that offers similar or competitive services to iHR Australia. A full refund of the registration fee will be provided in such circumstances.

Copyright / Intellectual Property Rights

The copyright in and all other intellectual property rights relating to the course documentation, and any other training materials provided to the program participants, are solely owned by and hereby reserved to iHR Australia. Under no circumstances may the whole or any part of the course documentation be reproduced or copied in any form without the prior written consent of iHR Australia. Training materials are defined to also include all electronic knowledge products or learning systems, which have been given to the participant on a storage device or made accessible via the Internet.

Client Cancellations

Should your circumstances change and you are unable to attend Training, please contact iHR Australia immediately via email or phone 1300 884 687 to amend your registration or associated requirement by no later than 1 week prior to the Training. Cancellations received on the day of, or after, an event will NOT be eligible for a refund.

Substitution

If, after booking a Training session you are unable to attend, you are welcome to nominate someone else to attend in you place at no additional cost.

Reschedule

If, after booking a Training session you are unable to attend, you are welcome to reschedule to new date at no additional cost, on the conditions that you notify us no later than 48 hours prior to commencement of the Training.

Refund Policy

Refunds

Cancellation more than 1 week prior to the event: 100% refund
Cancellation less than 1 week, but more than 48 Hours prior to the event: $150 cancelation fee applies. (to cover costs incurred in relation to your registration)
Cancellation less than 48 Hours: no refund
Refund Processing

iHR Australia will refund, within 7 business days of receiving a refund request, registration fee paid to iHR Australia as a result of amending your registration, after taking into consideration the relevant cancellation policy.

Cancellation of Training by iHR Australia

iHR Australia reserves the right to cancel or alter, without prior notice, any of the arrangements relating directly or indirectly to a Training event, for any circumstances beyond the iHR’s reasonable control. This includes the cancellation of an event itself.

Should iHR cancel a Training event, iHR will endeavour to process full refund of the registration fee within 7 days. iHR accepts no additional liability for travel or accommodation costs incurred.

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Program Overview

Our Equal Employment Opportunity, anti-bullying training for managers focuses on the responsibility as the custodians of your organisation's workplace culture and the key elements of the manager's role in preventing and effectively managing bullying, harassment and discrimination issues in the workplace.

In this half-day workshop, an experienced iHR facilitator and two professional actors will bring to life real workplace situations using our unique Workplace Reality Theatre.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore and apply effective leadership techniques and will learn about three leadership styles that heighten the risk of workplace issues and potential litigation.

Anti Discrimination training course content

Topics addressed include:

  • The role of management in preventing and dealing with allegations of discrimination, harassment and bullying in the workplace
  • The intent of EEO legislation and anti-bullying guidelines
  • The importance of management and team culture and leadership style
  • What is unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment
  • What constitutes bullying/harassment and what is appropriate performance management
  • Responding to issues observed
  • Handling complaints correctly

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this workshop your managers, team leaders, and supervisors should:

  • Understand the background and spirit of Equal Employment Opportunity legislation and Anti Bullying guidelines
  • Understand the impact (financial and cultural costs) that unmanaged issues can have on employer brand, continuity of operations, staff morale and retention and attraction of employees
  • Understand the importance of effective and empathetic communication in the prevention of discrimination/sexual harassment and bullying issues in the workplace
  • Understand how to deal with issues face-to-face and through your organisation's processes

Proven Methodology – iHR's Workplace Reality Theatre

All iHR programs are based on adult learning principles and are designed to maximise learner engagement and transfer of learning. A signature feature of all iHR programs is the use of our unique training methodology Workplace Reality Theatre.

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Register now

To enrol in a public training program: Click here to see our training calendar for online registration, call us on 1300 884 687 or download a registration form by clicking here. Payment on invoice is accepted.

To find out more about iHR Australia's anti discrimination training and bullying and harassment training in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin or Canberra please contact us on 1300 884 687 or make an online enquiry

 

Learn More

To learn more about equal employment opportunity, anti-bullying and harassment visit our HR news and resources page by clicking here.

Download the iHR Australia brochure to read more about the full range of services iHR can provide your organisation.

Designed for

Managers, team leaders, supervisors

Program duration

4 hours

A signature feature of all iHR training programs is our unique training methodology - Workplace Reality Theatre. Our professional actors re-enact real workplace situations, which the training participants then analyse in discussions led by an experienced facilitator. These performances occur live during each program.

Feedback shows this methodology is highly successful, with participants describing the training as “engaging”, “dynamic”, “entertaining” and “easy to understand”.

To discuss your needs or to obtain a quote for onsite training, please call 1300 884 687 or make an online enquiry

Customised Training and Instructional Design

For onsite programs iHR Australia has a flexible approach to customisation and tailoring. Re-enactments can be tailored to suit the work environment; this might include amending the scripts or language featured to reflect the setting or team culture. Your organisation’s policies can also be included and training can be modified to focus on particular objectives, specific behaviours or cultural issues.

iHR uses the ADDIE model of training program development to ensure your organisation’s objectives are met, and applies proven instructional design principles to maximise knowledge retention and transfer of learning.

Customised training allows an organisation to benefit from content and delivery targeted to participants’ level and circumstances. This approach encourages a deeper understanding of the subject matter and its context.

Blended Learning

iHR also offers blended learning solutions, featuring online training based on cognitive science principles. Our online training uses 3D animation to create engaging, interactive eLearning which complements face to face training.

A range of online programs are currently available and blended learning solutions can also be customised. Our online training production partner World Learning Hub, can modify existing courses or create new content, this could include:

  • Inclusion of organisational policies, procedures and values
  • Inclusion of company logo, additional still images, links
  • Creation of new animations, activities and assessments

There are many reasons a blended approach may be appropriate. Many organisations choose blended learning for refresher training or where it is difficult for all workers to attend face to face courses, such as where part of the workforce is based off site, in a remote location or for shift workers.

More information about onsite training, instructional design or blended learning

Please contact us for further information or to discuss the needs of your organisation, call 1300 884 687 or make an online enquiry.

Public Training participants say

 “Excellent – very informative, fast-paced and brilliantly facilitated. Very impressed.”
- Manager, Law enforcement and Justice

“Very eye opening and should be something that companies provide for their management team.”
Shift Manager, Transport Industry

“The course has persuaded me to change/improve my management techniques”
- Construction Manager, Engineering

“Extremely good training. Very interactive and informative. Engaging, affable presentation.”
- Youth Services Coordinator, Not-for-profit

“The role plays and debriefs were excellent, much better than having the participants doing the role plays. Great engagement of Adult Learning Principles”.
- Human Resource Manager, Mining & Resource Industry

“The focus on culture and leadership in this course was great and very practical.”
- HR Advisor, Local Government

Onsite Training participants say

“A+++, role play support lent a new dimension to learning. Very valuable”

“Was refreshing to see a creative delivery method and the presenter kept the session flowing whilst talking and responding to individual questions.”

“Concise information. Role play was beneficial to understand scenarios and break up the session, rather than just reading and talking”

“The actors made it very easy to see how it could happen in real life!”

- Global Consumer Brand

“Case studies and examples were very good. Actor role plays gave participants a ‘birds eye view’ of real life scenarios and provided thought provoking discussions.”

“One of the best sessions I have ever been to. Informative and real life role plays were fantastic”

“Excellent program. Content was extremely helpful and relevant to our work”

“Extremely good, clear and simple, role plays allowed for subtleties to be communicated clearly”

- Regional Council

“Learned a bit about myself and what I want to look at in the future in how I deal with things – both at work and in general life”

“Very eye-opening, well presented.”

“Invoked thought and generated conversations that were very worthwhile”

“Good, enjoyable and informative sessions that flowed well and related to circumstances that could and do arise in our workplace”

- Not-for-profit

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