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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: LTC101

    This online tool will help you develop a high-level action plan for your business case to create a workplace that is more inclusive of skilled immigrants.

    Use this tool:
    To develop a high-level action plan for your business case.
    To learn about the key business case components.
    To create a strong case that will win support

  • Course Code: LTC102

    Part Two of this tool will help you develop a high-level outline for your business case for change. 

    Use this tool:
    To develop a high-level outline for your business case.
    To learn about the key business case components.
    To create a strong case that will win support.


  • Course Code: UCC100

    Understand how culture shapes behaviours, preferences and expectations.

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Increase awareness of cultural differences on a personal level
    • Describe some of the cultural influences that shape personal values and beliefs
    • Recognize the cultural beliefs and attitudes that influence interpersonal interactions
    • Articulate the process of becoming aware of cultural differences and of developing skills to achieve cultural competency.

  • Course Code: AYR100

    Are you ready for the changes to immigration laws in Canada that will affect your recruiting and hiring practices? This webinar recording takes a practical look at the impacts of these changes to your work as an HR professional or hiring manager. Our presenter, lawyer Sharaf Sultan, draws on his expertise with workplace immigration, employment, and human rights law to answer these questions. 

    Learning outcomes:

    • What are the challenges and opportunities of hiring global talent, including differences between individuals already in Canada and those living outside of Canada? 
    • How to keep and to secure international employees as needed.
    • How to avoid pitfalls when navigating human rights and employment laws in the hiring of foreign workers and permanent residents.
    • What are the upcoming changes to Canada’s temporary and permanent worker programs for 2015 and beyond?
    Originally aired: November 20, 2014