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Workplace Discrimination Course

This 20 minute online anti-discrimination course is for all employees, contractors and volunteers in Australia. The aim is to equip people to know what is workplace discrimination and what they can do if they experience or witness it.

Discrimination is a national problem

The Australian Human Rights Commission is the national body that receives complaints in relation to discrimination. In 2019-2020 they …

  • Received 2307 complaints in relation to discrimination.
  • The top four categories of discrimination are age, gender, race and disability.

Course overview

  • The aim of this course is to provide easy to understand and apply content that enables people to identify what discrimination is and what to do about it if they have experienced it, witnessed it or ‘accidentally’ done it.
  • This online anti-discrimination training course is kept up to date for all states and territories in Australia, and written by Franca Sala Tenna, Legal Practitioner, Director, EEO Specialists.

Complimentary Products

When you purchase our online courses you also receive exclusive access to our membership site for 12 months. The membership site contains the following resources

  • Notices and posters.
  • Fact sheets.
  • Hypothetical scenarios for tool box talks.

Who is this for?

All States and Territories EEO legislation require that an employer take (all) reasonable steps to prevent its people from acting unlawfully. This includes employees who are fulltime, part-time, and casual, contractors, sub-contractors, labour hire staff, volunteers and visitors to your workplace. Regular training is part of all reasonable steps and this module is suitable for this purpose.

Course duration

This course takes 20 minutes to complete and provides a certificate of completion.

Topics covered

  • Introduction – instructions on how to use the module.
  • Discrimination – Overview – This course is about understanding what discrimination and hostile workplace environment is and other related terms like racism, sexism, homophobia, nepotism, victimisation and more generally harassment.
  • Discrimination – Definition – the legal definition of discrimination and what Indirect Discrimination is.
  • Legal Consequences – personal, secondary and vicarious liability and the exceptions to discrimination.
  • Options for Addressing Discrimination – what you can do about it as someone who may have experienced it, may have done it to someone else or may have witnessed it happening- practical downloadable templates.
  • Discrimination Summary
  • Discrimination Assessment

IT Requirements

This module is delivered via our Learning Management System – Learnworlds – or can be imported into a client’s existing Learning Management System provided it is SCORM compliant.

By using the on-line system you will have complete digital records of who has completed the training, when it was completed and how they scored in their assessment.