Sexual harassment in the workplace. Definitely not just a bit of fun. But what is sexual harassment, and would you recognise conduct that can lead to sexual harassment? How would you respond to or prevent sexual harassment? On the surface sexual harassment might be obvious to understand and straightforward to recognise, but delve deeper and it can become complex and easy to make mistakes. However, with the help of an experienced Diversity & Inclusion expert, we have explored sexual harassment in detail to create a training course to help challenge what you think you know and what positive steps you can take to prevent it from happening in your workplace. This online course starts by examining what sexual harassment is, who experiences it and who can carry it out. We’ll breakdown the definition of sexual harassment into individual parts to enable you to recognise all the different instances of sexual harassment. Finally, we’ll ensure you know how to respond to sexual harassment correctly and give you the knowledge and tools required to prevent sexual harassment from happening in your workplace.

  • £50 plus VAT
  • 5% discount if you buy 3+ courses
  • 10% discount if you buy 5+ courses

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£ 50.00 plus VAT

What you will learn

What you will learn

  • What sexual harassment is and the different types of sexual harassment
  • The potential profile of a perpetrator or victim and why sexual harassment goes unreported
  • The impacts of sexual harassment and the benefits to employees and employers in a workplace without sexual harassment
  • How to recognise sexual harassment as defined by the Equality Act definition, applying your understanding to sexual harassment workplace scenarios
  • The correct steps to take when responding to sexual harassment
  • Support you can provide to victims and witnesses of sexual harassment
  • How to develop a culture in your workplace where sexual harassment is absent
What the course covers

Modules in more detail

  • An introduction to sexual harassment – explores what sexual harassment is, the types and different examples. Examines potential profiles of perpetrators and victims of sexual harassment and why it often goes unreported.
  • Recognising sexual harassment – examines the different parts of the sexual harassment definition to help determine if sexual harassment has occurred. Finishing by considering where it might take place and who is protected by the Equality Act.
  • Preventing and responding to sexual harassment – gives practical advice and tools to help respond to sexual harassment correctly, and to create a culture of zero tolerance towards sexual harassment.
Who it is suitable for

Who it is suitable for

  • Any organisation as part of a programme of awareness training
  • Anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge of sexual harassment to prevent it from happening within their organisation
  • Suitable for managers, HR professionals and team members
Price

Price

  • £50 plus VAT
  • 5% discount if you buy 3+ courses
  • 10% discount if you buy 5+ courses

Contact us for large group quotes

At a glance...

At a glance
  • Three online modules
  • Total learning time – 90 minutes
  • Gamified self-led learning
  • Works across PC, tablet and phone
  • Inclusive and accessible
  • Full audio voiceover & closed captions
  • Video and eLearning format
  • Digital activities, quizzes and action plans
  • Comprehensive, searchable glossary of terms
  • List of sources for further reading
  • Full access for 6 months
  • Developed by experienced Diversity & Inclusion expert
  • Digital certificate on completion