Diversity and Equity Training
Instilling Diversity and Equity in the Workplace
As the workforce in the Pacific Northwest becomes more diverse, companies are challenged to create working environments that are safe, supportive, and productive for all employees.
ANEW offers customizable, construction-specific training to help meet Washington state EEO requirements and raise awareness of equity best practices for identifying, addressing, and eliminating incidents of harassment, bullying, and hazing. To learn more about RISE UP click here.
Training: Equity and Diversity in Construction, Trades and Apprenticeship
Transforming and Sustaining Diversity and Inclusion Practices and Policies
through Equity Analysis
Training Date: September 24th, 9:00am-2:30pm
Location: PSE JATC 550 SW 7th Street Room A104 Renton 98057
Training Description: Equity and Diversity in Construction, Trades and Apprenticeship is an interactive training workshop focused on transforming and sustaining Diversity and Inclusion practices and policies through a best-practice based process of equity analysis in support of meeting your organizations EEO requirements and D&I goals. Equity analysis create sustainable strategies for recruitment, hiring, retention, jobsite culture and climate, organizational policies, procedures, practices and more.
Purpose: Provide step-by-step, interactive guidance and support through the Equity Analysis process to identify goals and strategies for equity, diversity and inclusion customizable to your organization’s needs and goals.
Equity Analysis Process
Goal Setting Best Practices
Strategic Planning and Implementation
D&I Team Strategies
Combatting Implicit Bias
Transforming Organizational Policies and Procedures
EEO Hiring Policies and Statements
Audience: The training is for stakeholders working in construction and building trades, including Apprenticeship Coordinators, Project Managers, Safety Officers, Executive leadership, Training Directors, Human Resources staff, Program Coordinators, and Outreach and Program Development.
Questions: Contact Sakara 206-381-1384 firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about RISE UP click here.