A leadership development program specifically designed to spearhead diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in your organization with immediate actionable tools and strategies.
Equips you to champion and lead DEI and build an inclusive culture in your workplace.
CEC is proud to offer the first of its kind Equitable and Inclusive Leadership Certification.
Program design reflects evidence-based research and industry best practices in DEI and in adult learning methodologies. Each course is highly practical and includes strategies and actionable tools that really work.
Each course in the program is carefully curated by Canadian Equality DEI and adult learning experts informed by industry best practices.
Includes quizzes, self-reflection exercises, participant discussions, interactive engaging activities, gamification elements and a Capstone project.
Four courses with three-months access, one hour coaching session to provide additional support and to practically apply the learning, plus a digital certificate and badge upon completion.
The foundation and groundwork of our certification program. Gain an advanced understanding into diversity, equity and inclusion concepts with an intersectional approach.
Continue in your learning journey by understanding power and privilege, recognizing your biases and learning how to actively combat microaggressions.
Inclusive leadership and communications is one of the key skills in being a successful DEI leader. Learn how you can build these required competencies and create an inclusive workplace by demonstrating these skills.
The final course in our certification program. Introducing you to equity tools, change management, evaluation metrics, and how to monitor and report on progress. Bringing everything you’ve learned to this point together. You will be equipped to transform your workplace.
You may be eligible for a grant to cover the cost of our program
The Canada-Alberta Job Grant will reimburse companies for 2/3 of eligible training costs for courses that:
are 21 hours in duration or greater
are completed within 52 weeks of the approval date
result in some sort of credential courses must start within six months of the grant application being approved.
Learn more about the Canada Alberta Job Grant
We encourage you to investigate whether your province also has a similar grant.
Sign up for the program and join a community of interdisciplinary fellow equity champions. Learn from each other to share best practices and accelerate impact. “If you want to go far, go together”
- African Proverb
Courses included in the Equitable and Inclusive Leadership Certification.
Of iterations made to bring you the latest and most effective content, tools and strategies that are immediately actionable.
Of funds from every enrollment donated to a non-profit organization that works to advance equality.
Team leaders, people managers, HR and D&I Professionals, D&I Champions, project/program managers, scrum masters.
It is 30 hours in length. You can complete the program in about a month.
There is a final assessment administered online after the completion of the four courses along with a final Capstone project.
Contact Canadian Equality to receive the program cost. The more people that sign up from your workplace, the greater the discount. We believe in principles of equity in all that we do and can offer a sliding scale fee structure to meet your needs.
Eligible employers can get government funding to help employees and unemployed Albertans access training opportunities.
Grants such as the Canada-Alberta Job Grant will reimburse companies for 2/3 of eligible training costs for courses that:
- are 21 hours in duration or greater
- are completed within 52 weeks of the approval date
- result in some sort of credential
Learn more about the Canada-Alberta Job Grant by visiting alberta.ca.
If you have any questions about getting certified please let us know how we can help.