RTO7 is pleased to announce a new partnership with Canada's LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC) to offer a FREE training course, "An Introduction to LBGT+ Diversity and Inclusion". In addition, RTO7 has partnered once again with STEM Consulting to present two more webinars on Diversity and Inclusion Training: 2SLGBTQ+ Identities.
RTO7 has partnered with Canada’s LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC) to offer a FREE training course, “An Introduction to LGBT+ Diversity and Inclusion”. This training is open to all tourism business owners and operators and their staff in Bruce, Grey and Simcoe counties, including managers, full-time staff, part-time staff and seasonal employees.
Use this coupon code when registering for the course: HYP9GNEC
(Note that you’ll need to create an account – it’s free - on the CGLCC website to complete the training)
About the Course:
LGBT+ diversity and inclusion training is complex.
This online course offers an opportunity to gain awareness and provide workers with information endorsed by a nationally-respected, not-for-profit organization – Canada’s LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC).
The course provides a strong introductory foundation for understanding LGBT+ identities – but it doesn’t cover everything. For more immersive training, CGLCC also offers industry-specific workshops for the tourism industry, of which this course is a pre-requisite.
A Look at the Course Sections
This Training Course Covers:
Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: Truths and Misconceptions
Canada and the World: Rights and Responsibilities
The LGBT+ Inclusive Workplace
Start your training by registering for your account and enrolling in the course on the CGLCC website.
(Use Coupon Code HYP9GNEC
RTO7 is proud to offer two more presentation of Diversity and Inclusion training presented by STEM Consulting.
This 75-minute session will explore gender identities and sexual orientations, and outline the variety of ways people can identify.
We will dismantle culturally constructed views of gender and outline the impact this can have on interactions with guests, colleagues and community.
We will explore the significance of pronouns/prefixes and discuss what we can do if we use them incorrectly.
The presentation will wrap up with personal steps, identifying tangible ways participants can be more inclusive.
There will be an open discussion, activities and a Q&A allowing participants to ask questions and further explore some of the topics.
To reserve your spot, please click HERE and choose your preferred date, February 1, 2023 at 7 pm or February 14, 2023 at 10:30 am. The sessions are free to attend. All registrants will receive a link to the Zoom meeting in their confirmation email.
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