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Originally created in 2001 as the Construction Sector Council, BuildForce Canada is a national industry-led organization committed to working with the construction industry to provide information and resources to assist with its management of workforce requirements.

 

The mandate of BuildForce Canada is to provide accurate and timely labour market information (LMI) to advance the needs of the entire construction industry. BuildForce Canada will lead value-added programs and initiatives that build the capacity and the capability of the construction workforce to meet current and future industry demand to drive economic growth in Canada.

 


 

 

Working in a Respectful and Inclusive Workplace - Gold Seal Accredited (approx. 3hrs - online self paced)

Cost $100.00

 

SUMMARY
This course is intended to equip you to be successful and participate in creating a respectful and inclusive workplace.


DESCRIPTION
This course looks at how a respectful and inclusive workplace can benefit everyone by eliminating discrimination and harassment, and how everyone can create respect through inclusive communication, teamwork, and mentorship. This course uses interactive elements, scenarios, videos, and quizzes to reinforce the learning.


OBJECTIVES
By the end of this course you will:
• Understand industry expectations for respectful and inclusive workplaces
• Know how to lead by example to help create a respectful and inclusive workplace.
• Know how to communicate more effectively with team members of different genders, backgrounds and circumstances.
• Know how to include the perspectives of team members of different genders, backgrounds and circumstances into decision-making and problem-solving.
• Work more effectively in mentorship relationships with team members of different genders, backgrounds and circumstances to transfer trade and workplace knowledge to the next generation.

 

 

Credits/Certificates:

This course has been accredited by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) to award one (1) credit towards Gold Seal Certification upon successful completion of this course. A final mark of 75% is required in order to receive a certificate of completion.

 


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