Creating a safe space at work

In an ever-changing time and evolving landscape, it is more important than ever to establish safe spaces at work. A safe space is a created environment that encourages freedom of thought and discussion – mostly centralising around politics, religion, race, sexuality and gender – to name but a few, but can also be a space where individuals can share their experiences of the office environment. This environment can be made up of a singular person or a group – the only rule being no judgement, bias or prejudice allowed and the discussions stay within the group. 

Many safe spaces have failed due to departments reiterating the information back to HR or senior management – thus making the space unsafe and unaccommodating. According to Forbes, Making your business one where employees feel secure can help morale and improve the overall life-work balance, so your business will thrive regardless of the political-dividing events that are encapsulating the world.” 

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You start with the foundation training which consists of one 30 minute video, followed by 6 bite size videos. You can then do the intermediate training which is made up of 18 bite size videos. Finally, you can do the advanced training which is made up of 8 longer videos.

You can access each module from the homepage via the buttons that say foundation, intermediate and advanced.

No. All our modules are self paced so you can take as long as you like. 

You need to complete each training module and submit your google worksheet which can be found on the individual module page. Once submitted, our team will review your worksheet and issue out a certificate if you have passed. If you have passed, you will receive a graduation pack which contains a certificate, social imagery so you can show off to your colleagues and connections on LinkedIn plus some other goodies.


You can submit your Google form worksheet via the module page.

No. Only the worksheet is reviewed and marked. 

You can use the cheat sheet to get a better understanding of the different types of biases people face in the workplace, but also IRL.

We will share an overview of how many people have enrolled and completed the course, but we will never share private information such as names, titles or email addresses.

Yes! Each module has its own worksheet which is a Google form. 

We will send you detailed instructions along with suggested social copy and imagery which can be used on LinkedIn and Instagram. This will be sent to you in an email from our team once you have passed the foundation module.

If you fail, you will have the option of submitting your worksheet again until all the answers are correct. Don’t worry, you can take the course again for free and resubmit your worksheets.


Please email and a member of the team will get back to you within 72 hours.