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Learning & Modules
Learn more about our responsibilities in contributing to respectful learning, research, work, and living environments, understand what bullying and harassment behaviours are, and ensure we know where to turn for help.
A Respectful Working & Learning Environment training module has been developed for SFU community members to remind us all about our responsibilities in contributing to respectful learning, research and work environments, help us understand what bullying and harassment behaviours are, and ensure we know where to turn for help. This training is mandatory for all SFU employees, including faculty and staff. Students are also strongly encouraged to complete the training. The anticipated completion time for this training is 60 - 90 minutes.
Additional educational and training resources are available in the form of toolkits developed for employees, supervisors and students.
To learn more about the Bullying and Harassment Policy (GP 47), visit Policies and Procedures.
SFU is committed to providing additional training and educational resources to assure a comprehensive understanding how to build respectful working and learning environments. Additional education and training opportunities exist across the University for students, staff and faculty. Contact a Case Manager to learn more.
Learning Together, Growing Together, EDI Resources
A number of resources have been curated to support faculty, staff and students in their ongoing learning journey with a list of tools, webinars and a resource library intended to foster education and change.
Learning and Development for Staff
SFU Human Resources have curated and developed a collection of online learning courses, workshops, training, certificates, and diplomas with a variety of relevant topics for professional and personal development.
Learning and Development Opportunities for Managers/Leaders
SFU Human Resources supports managers and leaders in their ongoing learning and professional development to help develop and refine their leadership competencies through both online and in-person learning opportunities, coaching and a leadership foundation program.
Well-being Through the SFU Supervisory Process: Supervisor Guide for Action
The Supervisor Guide for Action offers academic supervisors a framework intended to improve relationship between graduate students and supervisors with a focus on success and wellbeing.