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NorQuest College acknowledges that we are on the traditional lands, referred to as Treaty 6 Territory, and that the Edmonton region and all the people here are beneficiaries of this peace and friendship treaty.

    Available courses

    Join your colleagues for an online interactive workshop on a respectful workplace at NorQuest College. We'll tun our values into behaviours, discuss how to recognize and demonstrate respect, and we'll work with scenarios, policies, and procedures to practice taking action when concerns arise.

    Welcome to Culture Quest 101: 10 Elements Foundation! 

    The purpose of this course is to increase awareness and knowledge of the 10 elements of adaptive culture.  

    Why you ask? 

    These elements are essential to moving our workplace culture forward and being able to see measurable change in how we operate as an organization. We are all responsible for moving our organization forward and it is within our control to be Difference Makers. By completing this course you are helping all NorQuesters move the needle forward and take a step together toward positive, sustainable change. 

    This course will take you approximately 3 hours to complete. You will walk away with a greater understanding of the 10 elements of adaptive cultures and how they are applicable to you as a NorQuester!

    This a general safety orientation designed to provide you with the basic Occupational Health & Safety information you're required to have as a worker/employee
    This orientation will provide you with the basic safety information required by all Workers in Alberta. Additional safety training may be required for your specific job function. Please discuss additional training with your supervisor.

    This is a short course to introduce you to Inclusion at NorQuest and how you can contribute to creating a positive climate for inclusion. At NorQuest we have developed a concept called Inclusive Engagement which is measured using the Inclusive Engagement Scale. In this online course, you will learn about how we define, support and measure inclusive engagement competence at NorQuest and what you can do to develop your competencies in this area.

    This is a short course to introduce you to Inclusion at NorQuest and how you can contribute to creating a positive climate for inclusion. At NorQuest we have developed a concept called Inclusive Engagement which is measured using the Inclusive Engagement Scale. In this online course you will learn about how we define, support and measure inclusive engagement competence at NorQuest and what you can do to develop your competencies in this area.

    This is a short course to introduce you to Inclusion at NorQuest and how you can contribute to creating a positive climate for inclusion. At NorQuest we have developed a concept called Inclusive Engagement which is measured using the Inclusive Engagement Scale. In this online course, you will learn about how we define, support and measure inclusive engagement competence at NorQuest and what you can do to develop your competencies in this area.

    The Inclusive Culture workshop series is a hybrid course made up of 5 hours of online learning (Moodle) coupled with 10 hours face to face. It is an introduction to intercultural communication, the heart of the Inclusive Engagement PD framework. In this 15-hour introductory hybrid course, participants will develop intercultural knowledge, skills, and awareness as a means of developing intercultural competence. In this course, you will learn a practical approach to effective communication in intercultural spaces (BETWEEN cultures) and examine how this extends to working in spaces of difference WITHIN cultures to promote a positive climate for inclusion in the college in our various roles.

    This course is equivalent to the first course of the Intercultural Practitioner Certificate.