Unconscious Bias Certification

Course Code:
2.5 hours
Unconscious Bias Certification
Exams Included:
All major devices and browsers
Delivery method:
Online (In-house also available )
Unconscious Bias Certification
Unconscious bias is a problem across all industries, and its effects are also felt in higher education institutions. In summary, it refers to a tendency to favour or discriminate against a group of people, such as women, LGBT individuals or those with a different skin colour.

Given the significant consequences of unconscious bias, it is important to know how it manifests and how to overcome it. In this course, you will learn about the psychological processes underpinning unconscious bias and how we can make a conscious decision to think differently about others.

You Will Learn:
What unconscious bias is, and why we tend to be biased against or in favour of specific groups
Why unconscious bias leads to unfair treatment and discrimination in the workplace
The test we can use to measure unconscious bias and the limitations of this test
How to challenge unconscious bias and judge individuals on their merits, as opposed to unrelated personal characteristics
Benefits of Taking this Course:
It will help you identify and tackle your own unconscious bias
If you are responsible for equality and diversity training in your place of work, this course will guide you in tackling an important issue in this area
If you have a general interest in psychology, this course will give you an overview of a key concept within the field of social psychology
If you work with people from a range of groups, this course will help you spot unfair treatment and bias in the workplace

Course Modules/Lessons
Module 01: What is Unconscious Bias and Where Does It Come From?
Module 02: The Consequences of Unconscious Bias
Module 03: Measuring Unconscious Bias
Module 04: Overcoming Unconscious Bias



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