BCGE offers a range of trainings and workshops to help integrate gender equality into the workplace with practical tools and resources.
We believe in engaged learning, which is why our trainings are designed to be interactive and highly participatory for the best learning outcomes. Our trainers include highly experienced gender, diversity and inclusion specialists.
These trainings are also available in training of trainers (TOT) format including manuals.
This is an essential training for all organizations for a basic understanding of inclusive workplaces.
Many organizations think that workplace gender equality (WGE) refers to the ratio of men and women, but this is not the case. In this training, you will learn about the many components of WGE and how it effects our daily lives. the training touches how to build a diverse and inclusive workplace not just in relation to gender but also disability and sexuality.
Gain best practices, related national laws and regulations, and practical tools for employers.
This training will help participants identify and understand the different unconscious biases that exist in their individual and professional lives. Unconscious bias can result in discrimination, poor decision-making, and ultimately hampers equal opportunities in promotions and leadership opportunities, especially for women.
Discussing these biases and naming them will make them more explicit, transparent, and transform organizational culture. By the end of the training, you will be more aware of biases at the workplace and gain practical tools to overcome them at an individual and organizational level.
In this training, you will learn how to create a more diverse and inclusive work environment by building more holistic leadership capability.
We will outline the business case for diversity & inclusion (D&I), focusing on gender, disability, and sexuality. In addition to enhanced knowledge on D&I, you will gain practical tools and resources on practicing active inclusion to build high-performing teams and reduce the negative impact of bias. You will leave well-equipped with the knowledge, skills, and practices to develop inclusive policies and behaviors in your workplace.
Fostering a safe working environment is essential to building better workplaces. In this training, we will discuss 6 different types of workplace harassment. Participants will learn how harassment negatively impacts the individual and the workplace, including lower retention rates, absenteeism, as well as reputational and financial costs.
By the end of the training, you will have a clear understanding of what counts and doesn’t count as harassment, and gain practical tools and best practices in dealing with workplace harassment and developing complaint mechanisms.