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Implicit Bias – 1 SW Ethics CEU Approved

September 17 @ 2:00 pm 3:00 pm


Many clients with disabilities and from other diverse populations are impacted by implicit bias in the workplace, community, and within our own service settings. This 1-hour virtual training will assist professionals in overcoming ethical obstacles involving implicit bias by increasing multi-cultural competencies and providing best practices.


DESCRIPTION

We have an ethical obligation to reduce our implicit bias, so as not to serve as an additional barrier to clients accessing and obtaining equitable healthcare, employment, and other services or even putting your professional relationship at risk. This interactive presentation will demonstrate how to overcome this obstacle including, but not limited to: differentiating explicit versus implicit bias, various examples of implicit bias with historical context, identifying ethical risks and implications for professionals, tangible methods to identify and address our own implicit bias to reduce disparities in healthcare service delivery and access, etc. We will end with a facilitated discussion because hearing from other professionals within the field is the best way to find new ideas and resources for assisting our clients!

LARA and CEUs

  • LARA – The Public Health Code General Rules have been revised by the Bureau of Professional Licensing (BPL) within the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). It requires implicit bias training, effective June 1, 2022, on-demand approved March 28, 2023. If you would like to know more information about the LARA rules, please visit this link.
  • CEU – 1 SW in Ethics

Trainings will be held via Zoom
(Session will not be recorded)


TUITION

$75 non-members | $50 members

Registration deadline September 16, 2024.


PRESENTER

Facilitated by Christa Martin, MRC, CRC

Christa Martin, MRC, CRC is the Disability & Community Outreach Specialist for DirectEmployers Association (DE). DE is a non-profit member association built by employers, for employers. She works closely with DE’s 1k+ Member companies to implement better DEIAB strategies and connect them with Vocational Rehabilitation services, American Job Centers, Employment Networks, Community Rehabilitation Programs, and other DE Partners for improved recruitment and retention of individuals with disabilities. She also works closely with DE Partners to increase positive employment outcomes in competitive integrated employment for people with disabilities.

You will be emailed Zoom login information for your registered session(s) 1 week prior to the event. Contact kkinde@incompassmi.org with questions. 

Contact kkinde@incompassmi.org to schedule a training for your organization. For a 1 hour private training for 30 employees, member pricing is $1260.

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Refund requests are subject to a $25 processing fee. No refunds after September 1. Substitutions for those who attend are permitted with prior notice.

“No-Shows” will not be eligible for a refund. If you register, and are unable to attend, please contact Katie Kinde kkinde@incompassmi.org at least one week before the event.