AVAILABLE DATES: 23rd September, 29th September, 30th September 2020
COVID-19 has flattened the global social curve. Yet, data from countries show groups that are racialized ( people of colour) are hardest hit by this global pandemic. Economically and socially racialized groups tend to be employed in roles that come with high interaction with the general public. Their roles during pandemics are also considered to be essential. This puts huge physical, mental, emotional and overall psychological burden on this group of individuals. To add, these racialized groups are faced with various structural barriers resulting in more psychological burden on them and their families.
What’s covered in this course?
- The social determinants of health and why they are not realized by all equally
- How to identify structural barriers that prevent employers and employees from working and living to their ultimate potential
- Using the social determinants of health to build psychologically safe and healthy workplaces
Who should attend?
Our courses are suitable for all employees within the workplace who are interested in their personal and professional growth. This course is especially suitable for managers/leaders who are looking for practical ways they can support their employees during difficult and challenging times of change. It is especially suitable for workplaces with low or high levels of diversity, wishing to shore up the health and well-being of their employees.
Corporations contact us for rates.