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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 3-part Webinar Series

Date: Tuesday, April 5, 2022 from 4 pm - 6:30 pm MT
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Event Type: Webinar

Location: Online

Host Division: National

Registration Information:
- Cost: $120.00
- CEUs: 6

Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership

Registration Deadline: Monday, April 4, 2022, 2 pm MT

Online Registration: CLOSED

Course Description:

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 3-part Webinar Series

You're invited to participate in a 3-part webinar series to learn about diversity, inclusion, and equity in the workplace. PSIA-AASI is collaborating with Washington-based DEI consultant Christina Chang to present to you this "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 3-part Webinar " series. This 3-part webinar series costs $120 and qualifies you to earn 6 continuing education units.

NOTE: You must participate in all three webinars AND a minimum of 1 hour and 50 minutes for each webinar in order to earn 6 CEUs. Each webinar builds off one another and are interactive, and that's why they are offered in the below order. The webinars will not be recorded for viewing later, due to the interactive nature of the facilitation.

Here are the dates and times for all three of the webinars:

Tuesday, April 5 - Cultural Awareness and Humility

4 - 6:30 p.m. (MT)

This session offers a robust introduction to diversity, equity, and inclusion. You'll discuss terminology and definitions of key terms and consider educator Glenn Singleton's norms, enabling you to better understand your own values and beliefs, as well as begin to recognize your attitudes and how this socialization shapes your understanding of others.

Tuesday, April 26 - Introduction to Implicit Bias

4 - 6:30 p.m. (MT)

This session takes a deeper dive into the scientifically-proven phenomenon of implicit bias - with particular attention paid to racial bias, the automatic, unconscious decisions people make that are often biased against non-white, minoritized populations. While everyone has attitudes about others, or unconsciously associate stereotypes to various types of people, research is emerging that we can mitigate our own biases if we are vigilant and persistent.

Tuesday, May 24 - Introduction to Microaggressions

4 - 6:30 p.m. (MT)

This session explores microaggressions; the everyday, unconscious, subtle, and often automatic put-downs and insults expressed toward a marginalized group by the people in a dominant culture. This session will identify target, agent, and bystander roles, with an opportunity to engage in role-playing scenarios that help you learn ways counter microaggressions with inclusion nudges and micro-affirmations.