QHRC – Introduction to the Anti-Discrimination Act for managers (Brisbane)
A half-day in person session looking at Anti-Discrimination Act legal obligations for managers and employers
Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) presents Introduction to the Anti-Discrimination Act for Managers
This course is designed to empower managers, through an understanding of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, to create discrimination and harassment free workplaces, and build a cohesive and productive workforce. The course focuses on helping management improve or establish systems to minimise the risk of these types of behaviours occurring, and to deal with them effectively if they do. It provides managers and supervisors with an understanding of their responsibilities under discrimination law, and the vital role they play in implementing workplace policies and procedures. Participants will develop the skills and knowledge to implement the relevant policies and procedures, and to employ effective techniques for preventing and managing unlawful behaviour in the workplace.
This interactive, face to face session includes visual and small group activities, and opportunities to discuss the issues management face in their workplace. Activities focus on:
- case summaries and scenarios to illustrate how discrimination law is applied to real workplace situations;
- the practical aspects of developing and implementing systems to manage staff conflict and complaints; and
- recruitment processes.
Find out more about what is covered.
Date: Tuesday, 21st February – 9am to 1pm
Venue:Room B, 63 George Street, Brisbane
Cost: $220 per person