Employer Training

Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.
Jesse Jackson

Building Stronger Workforces.

Diversity and inclusion are critical to business performance. This powerful combination boosts teamwork, creative thinking, morale, and innovation in products and services. How do employers achieve this? The Canadian Association for Supported Employment (CASE) is a national network of employment service providers who are committed to helping you build your best workforce.  The free trainings outlined below were designed by employment, learning, and diversity/inclusion specialists, along with HR professionals. Wherever you are on this journey, support is available.

Guiding Principles for a Great Fit

This brief course provides:

  • an introduction to supported employment,
  • an understanding of how diversity and inclusion can improve business performance,
  • an overview of guiding principles to ensure a great employment fit, and
  • access to resources, tools, and disability related information.

Includes a DEI Checklist to explore your businesses’ diversity/equity/inclusion practices.

Course Delivery

This course is delivered 100% online and can be completed at your convenience in about 40 minutes. It offers information, video content, strategies, and downloadable resources. Successful participants receive a certificate of completion which can be posted in the workplace to demonstrate the organization’s commitment to building a diverse and inclusive workforce.
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Employer Training Form - Guiding Principles for a Great Fit
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Belinda DeenikDirector of Learning and Development
belinda@supportedemployment.ca
The information and concepts were interesting and easy to understand. The part that struck me the most was that we all have skills to share and a purpose to fill. It left me wondering why we had not had discussions around inclusion many years ago at our business. It just makes good business sense.
Teena Smith, Owner/Manager Crunch Fitness, London North
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Accessible Communications

This brief course outlines:

  • Why employers need to plan for accessibility.
  • How universal design (UD) can shape your thinking and approach.
  • How to create change through simple strategies and tips.

Course Delivery

This course is delivered 100% online and can be completed at your convenience in about 40 minutes. It offers information, video content, strategies and downloadable resources. Successful participants receive a certificate of completion which can be posted in the workplace to demonstrate the organization’s commitment to building a diverse and inclusive workforce.
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Register Now

Registration Form

Employer Training Form - Accessible Communications
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Belinda DeenikDirector of Learning and Development
belinda@supportedemployment.ca
This course is clear and concise. I love the resources especially the helpful links downloadable document.
Chantel Painter, HR Manager, The Brick Central Office
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