All in it together – If we accept we’re all naturally unconsciously biased we can develop a shared and an individual responsibility to address this – we cant pass the buck to someone else.
Helping employees understand the implications of Unconscious Bias.
Understanding the implications of the natural biases we all hold.
Helping to break the habits of your employees Unconscious Bias.
Unconscious Bias Elearning Course, 'Breaking Habits' will help your employees to understand the implications of the natural biases we all hold.
This module makes us aware of the unconscious biases that we all hold and explains how by monitoring these we can ensure objective decision making and enhance professional relationships. Using examples and interactive exercises the Unconscious Bias e-learning Course takes a straightforward look at one of the most important current issues in equality and diversity, inclusive management and leadership. It does not assess or judge individual bias or mandate particular behaviours, but encourages reflection and self-awareness to create more inclusive and effective organisations.
Our Unconscious Bias e-learning course provides a comprehensive understanding of this concept:
- All in it together – science tells us that we are all naturally unconsciously biased, so we can develop both a shared and an individual responsibility to address this.
- Understanding bias – What’s the difference between bias, prejudice and stereotyping?
- Unconscious bias in the workplace and why it matters – How unconscious bias affects decision making in activities such as inclusion, recruitment, people development, performance management, leadership and marketing.
- Types of bias – An exploration of how unconscious bias works, including implicit association, affinity bias, and the unconscious organisation.
- How to address natural bias – Practical ways to challenge our own biases, to consciously break habits and to do things differently.
Marshall E-Learning has its own consultancy team who can deliver training and consultancy in person. Many clients use our elearning to deliver information before a workshop which supports far more productive sessions. As we regularly update our e-learning modules, the online resource keeps participants updated long after the consultancy ends.
We’ve worked in equality, diversity and inclusion since 2002 so we can advise you on the best facilitators or consultants to work with on any given project and our daily rates are favourable.
If you buy this Unconscious Bias e-learning course you’ll get any updates we make, and always be up-to-date with current legislation.
Learning by design
It’s a highly interactive Unconscious Bias e-learning course with rich graphics and audio-visual content blending a variety of question-types to encourage your learners to apply concepts to their daily work routine. An (optional) end-of-course test assesses learners on the level of knowledge they’ve retained. Pass rates can be set as required.
Easy to implement & customise
This Unconscious Bias e-learning course comes with Marshall LMS (Learning Management System), which allows you to manage your elearning and track completed training.
Our in-house developers can quickly & effectively adapt this course to your sector and organisation. You could also add your own graphics, photos & video and amend content to include your policies, procedures, and key areas.
Every Marshall elearning course is fully accessible, so this course is also available as:
- spoken word audio – perfect for learning on the move
- a voice reader compatible version as a W3C AA online workbook
- a complimentary workbook – a printer friendly pdf download compatible with all devices and readers
This course is split into 5 parts:
Understanding bias – What’s the difference between bias, prejudice and stereotyping?
Unconscious bias in the workplace and why it matters – How unconscious bias affects decision making in activities such as recruitment, people development, performance management, leadership and marketing.
Types of bias – An exploration of how unconscious bias works, including implicit association, affinity bias, and the unconscious organisation.
How to override natural bias – Practical ways to challenge our own biases, to consciously break habits and to do things differently.
What You Say
"I am delighted by the course that Marshall E-Learning developed for us and was especially impressed by their keenness to understand our needs and students properly. We have a strong need to help staff and students to understand unconscious bias and a course that explained the “theory” of unconscious bias with routes to further reading and help students to understand their own biases and how to address them. The final course dealt with unconscious bias in society using evaluation questionnaires that made it personal and relevant to the University of Edinburgh context."Professor Alan F. Murray Assistant Principal, Academic Support University of Edinburgh
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