To find out more about any of the products and services offered by the Organizational Effectiveness Department, please contact the:

OE Team

Dawn Bassant | Director, Organizational Effectiveness

Candice Warner-Barrow | OE Project/Portfolio Lead/PM

Elizabeth McPherson | Talent Specialist

David Teixeira | Talent Specialist

Cheryl Pinto | Change & Training Specialist

Anant Prabhakar | Change Management Specialist

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L&D Calendar| Mandatory Training

Employees are required to complete a series of mandatory training sessions, typically within the first three months of employment at Humber. Here is a brief overview of all mandatory training sessions, however, some of them are role based.

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NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION

This session will provide you with additional information about your benefits, performance appraisals, professional development opportunities, bargaining units and other resources.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING

This in-class session will increase your awareness of health and safety in the workplace at Humber, including training on workplace violence and harassment.

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PATHWAYS TO HUMAN RIGHTS

This session will increase your understanding of key Human Rights terms and concepts, Humber’s Human Rights Policy and Humber’s Human Rights Complaint Resolution Procedures.

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SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE

This online training session will provide you with details on Humber’s Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Policy, including your rights and responsibilities.

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ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

In the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) online training session, you will learn what Humber College is required to do to ensure that its goods and services are accessible to all members of the Humber community.

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INTEGRATED ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS REGULATION AND ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS CODE

In this online training session, you will learn what Humber College is required to do to comply with the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) and Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC).

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ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITY ACT FOR EDUCATORS

This online training session will provide you with accessibility awareness training related to accessibility programs or course delivery and instructions. All employees are required to complete this training.