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Tools for Tolerance® for Professionals Programs
Corporate DEI and Leadership Development
Using innovative methods and settings, our customized programs for corporate professionals are designed to raise awareness and build skills for creating an inclusive workplace.
Tools for Tolerance® for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
Tools for Tolerance® for Law Enforcement aims to assist law enforcement professionals, as front line service providers, explore the evolving role of law enforcement in a rapidly changing, increasingly diverse and complex society.
Tools for Tolerance® for Educators
Set in our immersive learning environment, Tools for Tolerance® for Educators introduces new paradigms toward building capacity for safe and respectful schools.
All of the courses offered by Tools for Tolerance® for Law Enforcement are certified by CA P.O.S.T.
Under the auspices of the Canadian Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, professional educators and law enforcement personnel from Canada can participate in customized Tools for Tolerance® for Professionals programs, including pre-program sessions in Toronto.
Set in experiential state-of-the-art training facilities in Los Angeles and New York, our programs bridge personal, local and global issues, and challenge participants to redefine professional roles in an increasingly complex and diverse world.
Participants are exposed to the extensive research of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and receive research materials that both complement and expand upon course content.
Since 1996, we have served over 160,000 professionals including judges, lawyers, managers, scientists, nurses, librarians, teachers, police officers, doctors, human resources specialists, corporate executives, and many more.
All of our programs and workshops for professionals are customized to advance organizational goals as well as participant interests and needs. From half-day seminars to three-day retreats we will work with you to create an experience that inspires and transforms.
PLEASE NOTE: The Museum is Closed Saturdays and Jewish Holidays. During the months of November - March, the MOT will close at 3:30pm on Fridays. Last entrance is 1:00pm.