Why participate in Conflict Management and Human Rights Training?
Conflict Management and Human Rights trainings advance the University of Waterloo’s commitment to create an environment in which everyone treats others with respect and dignity. These online and in-person trainings, and workshops build the tools, strategies, and resources needed to cultivate a healthy, respectful, and innovative campus environment.
Our current in-person trainings include:
- Managing Difficult Conversations 101
- Verbal De-Escalation and Crisis Intervention
- "Giving Bad News"
- Workplace Harassment Prevention Workshop
ONLINE MODULE: Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace
This online learning module has been prepared for you by Human Rights, Equity and Inclusion to ensure that every employee of the University of Waterloo:
- is able to identify behaviours that may be considered harassment or discrimination,
- understands what resources and supports are in place for those concerned about harassment and discrimination on campus, and
- is prepared to respond effectively if someone comes to them with concerns related to harassment and discrimination on campus.
This online module is available at anytime.
Step 1 - To enroll in the training module:
- Log into LEARN.
- Select "Self-Registration" (top middle of the LEARN homepage)
- Search through the listings for the training title, "Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace" and select it.
- Select "Register"
- The training module will then be available to start
- If the login fails contact email@example.com for assistance
Step 2 – To begin the module:
- Ensure you are logged into LEARN
- Under the “Courses and Communities” heading on the main LEARN site, select "Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace: A Primer for UW Employees".
- Open the “Content” tab at the top of the page.
- Open the “Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace Landing Page”
Step 3 – To enroll in the appropriate training group:
- On the Landing Page, you will see that there are 7 different modules for seven different groups of employees on campus:
- UW Teaching Assistants
- UW Residence Life and Student Development Staff
- UW Staff (no supervisory responsibilities)
- UW Supervisory Staff
- UW CUPE Staff (no supervisory responsibilities)
- UW CUPE Supervisory Staff
- UW Faculty, Post doctoral Fellows and Research Assistants
- To begin your training, make sure you start by enrolling in the group that best fits your role on campus.
- Then select the training track that matches the group in which you enrolled