Developing Intersectional Employment Services

  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Modules: 3
  • Knowledge Check: 1 
A group of persons, who hold different racial identities, have a workplace discussion. The image depicts the importance of diverse representation within supported employment organizations.

This course introduces key ideas such as intersectionality, anti-racism, and adopting broader definitions of disability within employment support. It builds on the research from the Diversity Works project, facilitated by CASE between November 2021 and June 2022.  

This course explores

The employment experiences of job seekers who are Black, Indigenous, Persons of Colour and experience disability (BIPOC-D). 

The relevance of intersectionality within employment services. 

Strategies to develop and apply an intersectional model of service delivery.