D&I Training - Level 2.0

Gender in the Workplace

Thursday, July 8, 2021
9:00 AM
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Schedule:Online Program 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. PT

You will be sent a Zoom meeting link to participate in this event by 8:00 a.m. PT on July 8. Please do not share the link as it will inhibit your ability to join.


Over the last year we have been offering CCDI Foundations Certificate through Diversity and Inclusion Training Level 1.0.

Our Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council is pleased to announce that Level 2.0 is now available.

Similar to the previous sessions, Level 2.0 will be virtual instructor-led and in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI).

CCDI D&I Influencer Certificate Requirements

To receive this certification, you must first have completed the CCDI Foundations Certificate Level 1.0 and you must attend all five sessions of Level 2.0.

Bundle pricing is available if you choose to attend all five sessions.

However, if you prefer, you can forgo the certification and only attend the sessions that are of interest to you.

SESSION 1 – July 8

Gender in the Workplace

The aim of this session is twofold: making participants aware of micro-inequities influenced by gender bias or stereotypes and providing them with tools and strategies to combat gender bias in the workplace.


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This event is presented by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade's Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council (DLC) Program. The DLC, an evolution of the Women's Leadership Council program, is an inclusive program that champions and advocates for leadership that best reflects the diversity of the Greater Vancouver region. The DLC focuses on addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion to encourage allyship and enhance business innovation. The DLC is committed to investing in the participation and promotion of underrepresented groups, while supporting the business community to achieve their diversity and inclusion goals. Learn more boardoftrade.com/programs.