CATEGORY: Category 1

Generational Diversity Course

Course Access: Lifetime
Course Overview

The Generational Diversity course is designed to highlight the widespread age-related discriminatory practices that are prevalent today. You will examine assumptions made about older and younger workers, the benefits of having a multi-generational workforce, and how organisations can be more age-inclusive. The course has been created in collaboration with the EveryAGE Counts campaign, and with input from the Benevolent Society, Randstad RiseSmart Australia, and the Workforce Diversity and Inclusion team at the University of Queensland.

The course should take approximately one hour to complete in total, and is split into 3 modules.

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Upon completion of the Generational Diversity course you will have:

  • An awareness of the age demographic changes occurring in society
  • An understanding of the term ‘ageism’ and how it manifests in society
  • An Awareness of age discrimination and its impacts on individuals and organisation
  • Improved knowledge of assumptions people make about older and younger workers
  • An understanding of the impacts gender has on ageism
  • Knowledge of how organisations can effectively manage a multi-generational workforce
  • An appreciation of the benefits gained from having a multi-generational workforce