The Inclusive Recruitment

Unlock best practices for attracting, engaging and hiring diverse, qualified candidates.



Why you need this:

Course Description

This on-demand programme will help you build the confidence and capability to champion DEI best practices throughout the recruitment process. 

Through a series of challenges in this comprehensive, hands-on 9-module programme, discover and implement evidence-based solutions to debias your entire recruitment process and work with hiring managers to increase the diversity of your workforce.

What you will learn:

The programme comprises nine modules or challenges, working through each step of the recruitment process and unlocking the latest best practices for attracting, engaging and hiring more diverse qualified candidates.

In this programme, you will get:

Who is this programme for

Talent Acquisition Managers

You are responsible for hiring the best talent for your organisation and have been asked to attract more diverse candidates. 

You are responsible for, or can influence, your recruitment process and practice.

Recruitment Firms

You work for a recruitment organisation and have been tasked by your clients to provide more diverse candidates.

HR managers in SMEs

You are responsible for attracting new talent into your organisation. 

You want to ensure you hire the very best talent and attract more diverse candidates.

Meet your facilitators

Edwin Profile




Edwin Seah is a Director with INCLUDE Consulting who has 10+ years of experience in talent management and recruitment across APAC and the Middle East.


In his current role, Edwin works with clients to advance their skills and knowledge in the area of Diversity and Inclusion by designing innovative training strategies and programmes.

Prior to joining INCLUDE Consulting, Edwin was a Senior Recruiter at Deliveroo and Microsoft, where he was a key contributor across talent management, recruitment and learning & development functions.


In addition, Edwin is on the leadership team of Lean In Singapore, a volunteer-led organisation with over 3,900 members that encourage women to build peer-to-peer support networks.


Edwin has a background in marketing and graduated from Singapore Management University and is ACLP certified facilitator.




Ritika Datta is the Director of INCLUDE’s DEI Academy, where she spearheads the development of evidence-based learning solutions aimed at fostering meaningful and lasting change.

She brings to the team over a decade of expertise in the learning and ed-tech space, designing and delivering impactful learning products and immersive experiences for client organisations such as Airbus, Akamai, Bosch, L&T and Oracle.

With a background in behavioural psychology, Ritika is today channelling her passion for behavioural science, learning and technology to cultivate diverse, inclusive and equitable workplaces. 

Before joining INCLUDE, Ritika served as the Head of Digital Learning at Skills Cafe, a learning game design studio. During her tenure, she orchestrated the creation of an award-winning suite of micro-games and simulations focusing on core workplace skills. Under her leadership, the product evolved from a concept with only two clients to a robust portfolio of 120 games, impacting the learning journeys of 25,000 individuals.

Ritika’s dedication to research has her speaking at events and publishing papers on topics such as transfer of learning in the workplace, the future of simulations for skill-building, and the transformative power of games in creating effective pull-based e-learning environments.

She is also the creative mind behind Table Talk, a collaborative storytelling board game centred around the experiences of women in the workplace.

A graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) with a Masters in Social Psychology, Ritika’s multifaceted skills and passion for creating positive change make her a driving force in the realm of workplace learning and diversity initiatives.

When not designing meaningful games, Ritika enjoys baking, reading, and spending time with her family.