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10 Microaggressions Training Courses

We’ve come up with a list of microaggression training courses to help ensure that your workplace is a safe, harmonious, and inclusive environment for all employees. These courses are designed to bring awareness about microaggression and embrace a positive attitude towards peers.

10 Microaggressions Training Courses
Last published: 13th May 2024
SC Training (formerly EdApp) Microaggressions Training Course - Discrimination in the Workplace

1. Workplace Discrimination - Compliance Training for Australian Business Lessons

Workplace Discrimination - Compliance Training for Australian Business Lessons is an excellent microaggressions course to educate your employees about discriminatory behavior. This course starts by defining what discrimination is and gives some examples that you can encounter, such as age, disability, sexual orientation, and more. It also tackles the negative impact of discriminatory behavior and how it can affect employees and the employer. Learners will then be given tips on how to prevent discrimination and take action against them. On the other hand, employers will also learn how to provide an inclusive working environment for employees by establishing anti-discriminatory policies and listening to employees.

SC Training (formerly EdApp) is a mobile-first platform, which means that learning is accessible anytime and anywhere. Through mobile learning, accessibility or lack of time isn’t an issue, as you can easily reach and train various groups of employees at scale to keep them aligned in driving success for the company.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Scope: Definition of discrimination, discrimination examples, effects of discriminatory behavior, combatting discrimination

Created by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Microaggressions Training Course - Diversity and Inclusion

2. Diversity and Inclusion

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Diversity and Inclusion course is all about acknowledging, embracing, and respecting our differences to improve teamwork and collaboration at work. This four-part course starts by defining diversity and enumerating the different types of diversity. It also talks about our unconscious biases and how they affect our interactions with one another. To bring it all together, the next lessons will teach learners how to make their organization a safe space by discussing the components of an inclusive organization, including using inclusive language and best practices.


Your team can receive training every day and retain key concepts since the course is divided into easily digestible 5 to 10-minute bite-sized lessons. With gamification features and fun scroll elements included, employees become more engaged and motivated to complete the whole course.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Scope: Introduction to diversity & inclusion, unconscious bias, cultivating an inclusive organization, inclusive language

Created by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

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Traliant Microaggressions Training Course - Microaggressions in the Workplace

3. Microaggressions in the Workplace

Traliant has created this 15-minute microaggressions training course that both managers and their direct reports can take. Here, learners will discover what microaggression is and its adverse effects on others. This course will also help them identify microaggressive behaviors through video scenarios. They’ll also learn how to respond effectively to microaggressive behavior and shift it to a positive change. What’s great about this training course is that it’s up-to-date and covers microaggression not just in person, but also in work-from-home scenarios and social media.

Cost: Free

Scope: Microaggressive behavior, proper response to microaggression, microaggressions in different situations

Created by Traliant

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FutureLearn Microaggressions Training Course - U.S. Anti-Black Racism

4. U.S. Anti-Black Racism

Sadly, racism is still a common form of micro aggression up to this day and has been the subject of multiple headlines and breaking news. In this course, FutureLearn has partnered with the University of Connecticut to educate learners about the harmful effects of racism, especially within the Black American community. This course starts by uncovering the history of racism and the black-white binary that exists today. Learners will then be familiarized with the different types of racism and how these behaviors are mirrored in society. This self-paced course takes 3 weeks to finish. While it’s free to take, you’ll only have 5 weeks to access it. To earn a certificate of completion and have unlimited access, you’ll need to upgrade and pay a fee.

Cost: Free, Paid (with certificate and unlimited access)

Scope: History of racism, types of racism, Anti-black movement, racial prejudice, racist behaviors

Created by FutureLearn

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Microaggressions Training Course - What is Gender and Why Gender Equality?

5. What is Gender and Why Gender Equality?

What is Gender and Why Gender Equality is a microaggressions training course developed by UNITAR in collaboration with SC Training (formerly EdApp). This 4-part course highlights gender disparities and the common stereotypes around them. It then highlights how these gender stereotypes can lead to inequality and gender gaps, followed by some expert recommendations on how your employees can collectively take part in combating this issue. The course concludes by reinforcing common terms and definitions to provide learners with a more comprehensive understanding of the key concepts of gender equality. The insights you'll gain from this course can be used as part of your company's initiative toward building more culturally competent and inclusive teams.

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s course library gives you unlimited access to the same training materials industry leaders use for their teams. These sponsored courses uphold the highest industry standards and guidelines, ensuring you’re always training your team with material that is accredited, up-to-date, and of the highest quality. Whatever industry you’re in, SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s got you covered.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Scope: Global gender disparity, gender & gender stereotypes, gender equality, and key gender definitions

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Study.com Microaggressions Training Course - Unconscious Bias & Microaggressions in the Workplace

6. Unconscious Bias & Microaggressions in the Workplace

Study.com’s microaggression training is divided into four chapters, which will explore the effects of unconscious bias and microaggressions at work. The first chapter is an introduction that discusses the definition of bias and microaggressions, and how to recognize them. The following chapters examine the types of biases and microaggressions and go in-depth with the examples and impact of each. The final chapter will then provide strategies for reducing your own unconscious bias and microaggressions and how your organization can also take part in this initiative.

Cost: Try free for 30 days; Starts at 59.99 USD (subscription-based plans)

Scope: Effects of microaggressions & unconscious biases in workplace settings, types of unconscious biases & microaggressions, methods for reducing workplace microaggressions & unconscious biases

Created by Study.com

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Microaggressions Training Course - Bullying and Harassment

7. Bullying and Harassment

While bullying and harassment seem synonymous, there’s a notable difference between the two. The former happens due to an assertion of power, while the latter occurs due to prejudice against a certain group or class. In SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Bullying and Harassment course, learners are made aware of the different types of workplace bullying and harassment and are given examples that they can identify with. It also discusses cyberbullying, which has now been rampant due to mobile device usage and social media. The course also discusses why bullies exhibit these behaviors and how shame plays a role in this. Lastly, learners are equipped on how to be bully-proof through self-directed initiatives and employer work policies.

The capability to learn on your own is indeed convenient but social interaction is also beneficial and can help with learning. With SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s practical assessments feature, you can monitor your team's progress in a single space, so there's no need for paperwork.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Scope: Workplace bullying & harassment, cyberbullying, psychology of a bully, becoming bully-proof

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Jaluch Microaggressions Training Course - Microaggressions Training

8. Microaggressions Training

Jaluch’s microaggressions training course was created with the intent to drive change and prevent microaggressions from happening. To kick off the course, it defines what microaggression is and gives learners a history lesson on its origin. It then discusses who are the people who experience them the most and the different forms it can take. For a deeper understanding, one of the lessons equips learners with the differences among micro insults, micro assaults, and micro invalidations. At the end of this course, learners will be able to respond positively to microaggressive behavior and will learn tips to minimize them from occurring.

What’s worth mentioning about Jaluch is that they can customize this training course to better fit your organization’s needs. For example, they can make a version for leadership and management or create an advanced course for learners who are already aware of the basic concepts of this topic.

Cost: Contact for pricing

Scope: History & definition of microaggression, forms of microaggression, microaggression response, minimizing microaggression

Created by Jaluch

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In Equilibrium Microaggressions Training Course - Exploring the Impact of Micro-aggressions

9. Exploring the Impact of Micro

We’ve all heard the saying that “a little act goes a long way”, and this is especially true when it comes to people who have experienced microaggressive behavior. This is what In Equilibrium aims to educate learners about when they developed this microaggressions training course. It first discusses what micro aggression is and why it happens. Learners will then be made aware of how these microaggressions affect the way we interact with others. It will also look into examples of how they might have taken place and will dive deeper into the reasons why they occurred in the first place. Lastly, this course teaches methods and strategies to counter and mitigate microaggressive behavior.

Cost: Contact for pricing

Scope: Impact of microaggressions, why microaggressions occur, microaggression examples, mitigation strategies

Created by In Equilibrium

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SC Training (formerly EdApp) Microaggressions Training Course - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

10. Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Sexual Harassment in the workplace educates employees about the different forms of sexual harassment that can take place at work. It first defines what sexual harassment is and provides concrete examples and scenarios that learners can recognize.

It also talks about the two types of sexual harassment: Quid pro quo and hostile work environment. This course will also uncover the negative effects of sexual harassment on our mental health and well-being. Lastly, it teaches learners about the appropriate responses in the event of a sexual assault.


Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Scope: Definition of sexual harassment, types of sexual harassment, responses to sexual assault

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Create good working relationships with microaggressions training

Microaggressions take many forms but are often brushed aside and seen as an afterthought due to their subtle nature. However, a small act or remark can produce a ripple effect, and employees who are on the receiving end may suffer over time causing a decline in their mental and social wellbeing. This is why it’s vital that your organization deploys microaggressions training and takes steps to make the workplace inclusive for everyone regardless of their background or preferences. When employees feel comfortable, safe, and respected at work, they’re more likely to stay loyal, collaborate with their coworkers, and be more productive.

And the best part? Your team can complete courses anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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