Bias Interrupters Certification Program

Coming in 2023
Virtual Program

Bias Interrupters Certification Program

The inaugural BIC program has been deferred to 2023. Stay tuned for details!

BIC is a new initiative from the Center for WorkLife Law that will train participants to implement Bias Interrupters at their orgs and integrate them into workplace systems, allowing for meaningful and lasting change towards DEI goals.

Attendance is strictly limited to ensure small class size and an intimate learning environment. Attendees include consultants and HR/DEI professionals. Participants will complete the program with new tools, a new support network and Bias Interrupters Certification. The Certification comes with a one-year license for the Bias Interrupters Workshop at a highly discounted price.

Bias Interrupters Workshop
Train the Trainers
Using Metrics to Build Buy-In
Hiring
Performance Evaluations & Feedback
Access to Opportunities
How You Can Best Build Buy-In
Defining Your Next Step

Check out the full agenda & session details here.

Women’s Leadership Edge (WLE) member organizations receive discounted registration rates.

$5,000              General Registration & Certification
$4,500             WLE members (max 2)

Watch Joan C. Williams’ viral TEDTalk on interrupting bias at work

About Us

The Center for WorkLife Law

The Center for WorkLife Law is an advocacy and research organization at UC Hastings Law that seeks to advance racial, gender, and class equity. At WorkLife Law, we address inequality at a structural level by developing and implementing concrete, evidence-based interventions in schools and workplaces and changing public policy at the state and national levels. We are extremely strategic in how we approach each structural intervention, forging partnerships with grassroots groups and field experts to identify the best change levers to tackle the problem at hand. With our interventions, we aim to produce dramatic changes within a two to five year timeframe. Learn more.

When I discovered the bias interrupters I immediately knew I’d incorporate the research and toolkits into my everyday work… I have found the research simple but powerful and the three step approach to identifying and removing bias from various systems within the organization is incredibly actionable and as such, I really do utilize the website on a frequent basis. Bias interrupters are a critical part of my work and this work is a large part of that.

Courtney Carter, Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Jenner & Block LLP

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