Course starts April 15th | Pre-Register Now
Purpose & Outcomes
This eight-week course is intended for trainers, teachers, and team leaders who work in the fields of inclusivity, diversity, and accessibility, and who would like to deepen their understanding of the theories and practices of intersectionality and anti-oppression to address power dynamics in groups.
This course will help you:
- Understand theories of intersectionality and power
- Explore anti-oppressive practices and challenges
- Create a resource to educate others in this field
This course includes a variety of lessons, study projects, deep dives, and extra resources to guide learning. You will be able to track your progress through quizzes, self-assessments, and a final exam and project. Upon completion you will receive a Certificate of Achievement which includes your completion date and final score.
You will have five scheduled check-ins with the teacher to ask questions, and you can contact her anytime during the course for extra help by email or videoconference. This course is designed to be completed within a eight week period with about 40 hours of training overall, and content is drip-released over this period. However, you can ask for an extension anytime if you need a pause.
As a bonus, upon receiving your certificate you will be granted three months unlimited access to all of our trainings, assesments, and webinars, as well as a variety of additional learning paths to deepen your learning. You will continue to have access to live check-ins with the teacher for coaching and guidance up to twice a month during this time.
This is an intermediate level course. It is recommended for those who already have a working understanding of inclusivity, diversity, and accessibility. If you are not currently working in these areas, it is recommended that you first complete the Inclusivity, Diversity, and Accessibility Training before registration.