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E-Learning

Register for courses in this section, to launch and complete these interactive e-learning modules. Each module is approximately 30 minutes in length.


E-Learning modules let you:
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Pause and bookmark sections to refer back
  • Turn the audio on and off
  • Access printable worksheets for your reference

You will need:
  • Web browser (Windows Internet Explorer 7+; Mozilla FireFox 1.0+; Google Chrome 3.0+; Safari 1+ ; and Opera 7.5+)
  • Flash player Flash player (Download now)
  • Audio player

Learning Activities

  • Course Code: HCE100

    What You Need to Know About Hiring and Canadian Work Experience

    Did you know that under the Ontario Human Rights Code employers can no longer make Canadian experience a hiring requirement?

    Using a quick and engaging scenario, navigate your way through a recruiting and hiring situation to learn about how this policy affects your organization. 

    Learning objectives:

    • Learn the basics about the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s Canadian experience policy and how it affects employers and skilled immigrants. 
    • Learn about the only exception to the policy.
    • Explore how hiring practices are affected by the policy and identify best practices.

    This module was created in consultation with Sharaf Sultan, an employment, immigration and human rights lawyer with Chiarotto Sultan LLP.

    Length: 20 minutes

  • Course Code: IIN100

    Understand the influence of unconscious cultural bias on your interview practice.


    Learning outcomes:
    • Understand the influence of unconscious cultural bias on your interview practice.
    • Recognize how culture-bound elements influence interviewing and how to minimize the negative impact of these.
    • Describe telephone and in-person interview strategies and questioning techniques to enable you to select the most appropriate candidate for the job, while taking culture into account.

  • Course Code: BRS100

    With this e-learning module, explore how cultural differences can influence how resumes are presented and screened.

    Learning outcomes:

    • Describe how cultural differences can influence how resumes are presented and screened
    • Understand the implications of these differences on the recruitment and selection process
    • Be able to create an action plan for inclusive resume screening

  • Course Code: IPB100

    Whether seeking a new job or a promotion, the biggest challenge you might face is identifying and effectively promoting your soft skills and strengths. While professional experience and qualifications are important, employers search for applicants who demonstrate the key behavioural traits and core competencies that matter to them. 

    Our presenter, Paula Calderon, a Talent Management Solutions Consultant with Drake International, 
    introduces the concept of personal branding - a valuable tool to build a successful career, get hired and promoted.

    Learning Outcomes:
    Recognizing the importance of understanding self
    Identifying how to create and present your brand
    Discovering tools and resources to start building your personal brand

    Originally aired: May 26, 2015