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Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

Course details

COURSE FEE
$800 (before tax)
*A 10% discount is offered if you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time.

DURATION
This is a one-day course, running from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (EST/EDT).

PREREQUISITES 
Registrants for Conducting Systemic Discrimination Investigations must have attended Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques before they can attend this session.

About this course

In recent years, employees have increasingly identified concerns of systemic discrimination in their workplaces, related to race, gender, disability, and other protected grounds contained in human rights legislation across the country. For employers, it can be difficult to know where to start in terms of investigating and addressing these concerns. This course will provide participants with an understanding of key concepts relating to systemic discrimination and human rights protections, as well as a framework for conducting investigations when systemic issues are identified.

What you'll learn

  • How systemic discrimination is defined
  • How systemic discrimination relates to other forms of discrimination experienced by individuals
  • What evidence can be used to identify systemic discrimination
  • How we can gather evidence in our organizations
  • How to take steps to address systemic discrimination

Certification

This course is part of our Advanced Investigation Techniques Series. To receive the Advanced Investigation Certificate, complete the Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques course and all 3 of the following courses:

plus 1 of the following courses:

Accreditation

   

Testimonial

I took this course to expand my knowledge of investigations. I didn't really think this was an issue in my workplace, and so if that same thought has ever crossed your mind, I would recommend this course to everyone who is in a position of having to conduct investigations. You may not think your workplace has systemic discrimination issues. I didn't either, but after taking this course, I can see issues from a different perspective now because of the way this course was presented and because of the thought-provoking discussions that we had. It was eye opening, and I encourage everyone to add it to their training.

– Sherry Charette, President, United Steelworkers Local 9597

About our facilitators

Cory Boyd is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.

Learn more about Cory here.

Dana J. Campbell-Stevens has over 10 years combined experience in Ontario and the Caribbean. With a background in litigation and mediation, Dana has excellent investigative and fact-finding skills along with the ability to handle emotionally-charged situations. She takes pride in being fair and respectful and remains impartial and objective regardless of the matter she is investigating.

Learn more about Dana here.

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