Online Violence & Harassment Training and Discrimination @ Work

Preventing Workplace Harassment for Employees

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Topics Include:

  • Describe the laws that prohibit workplace harassment.
  • State the legally protected classes.
  • List the elements of a sound anti-harassment policy.
  • Provide definitions and example of discrimination, harassment and sexual harassment.
  • Give examples of quid pro quo and hostile work environment.
  • State the actions to take if you become aware of workplace harassment.

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Preventing Workplace Harassment for Managers

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Victims of workplace violence & harassment have well-established rights under federal law and, in many cases, under state and local law, too. And as a Manager or Supervisor, you have an important responsibility to both prevent harassment from taking place and to address it whenever it occurs in your organisation.


Topics Include:

  • What harassment and discrimination is.
  • What laws prohibit discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
  • What you must do to prevent and act upon workplace harassment.
  • How your organisation's anti-discrimination policy helps you do this.

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Sexual Harassment for Employees

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Sexual Harassment for Employees is an informative and interactive course designed to help your employees learn or refresh their knowledge on the difficult, yet important, issue of sexual violence & harassment at work.


Topics Include:

  • What sexual harassment is, where it can happen and who can be involved.
  • The consequences of sexual harassment in the workplace.
  • The different types of sexual harassment and how to recognize them.
  • How to take action if you feel you are being harassed.
  • How to help others who are being sexually harassed

Sexual Harassment for Supervisors

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Sexual Violence & Harassment at Work Topics Include:

  • What sexual harassment is, where it can happen, and who can be involved.
  • The consequences of sexual harassment in the workplace and the liability you have to stop it.
  • The different types of sexual harassment and how to recognize them.
  • How to take action if you notice sexual harassment happening in your workplace.
  • How to take action if a case of sexual harassment is presented to you.
  • How to deal with both victims and harassers.
  • How to help prevent sexual harassment from occurring in your workplace.

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Violence and Harassment in the Workplace

Workplace violence & harassment can undermine a person’s dignity. It can prevent workers from doing their job effectively. Workplace harassment, left unchecked, has the potential to escalate in to violent behavior. All workers are entitled to a safe and healthy workplace.


After completing this violence & harassment training course, learners will have been instructed on:

  • Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
  • Violence Prevention
  • What do if you or a Co-Worker is Sexually Harassed

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Workplace Bullying & Violence: Training for Employees

After completing this course, learners will be able to:

  • Distinguish between professional disagreements and workplace violence & harassment, or bullying;
  • Define bullying in the workplace;
  • Describe how bullying and violence impact the workplace;
  • Recognize warning signs of workplace bullying and workplace violence;
  • Identify actions that can be taken to prevent bullying and workplace violence;

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Workplace Bullying & Violence: Training for Supervisors

Topics Include:

  • What workplace bullying is
  • The different forms of bullying and behaviors that are illegal
  • The repercussions of "second hand bullying"
  • How bullying can be prevented
  • Actions supervisors can take when an employee reports that a bullying situation is taking place
  • What workplace violence is, its causes and warning signs
  • Actions supervisors can take to prepare for workplace violence
  • The affect of domestic violence on the workplace

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Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention

Topics Include:

  • What constitutes sexual harassment, other types of harassment and bullying, and retaliation
  • Bills 132, 168, and 14
  • The difference between impact and intent
  • Consenting vs. welcome
  • How to effectively prevent harassment
  • How to effectively respond should harassment occur
  • Manager and supervisor responsibilities and liability
  • How and why to use the company complaint procedure
  • The harassment – violence connection
  • The importance of good citizenship in the workplace community

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Harssment Prevention

This powerful, engaging online course defines and explores various types of harassment, retaliation and bullying. It explains Ontario Bills 132 and 168, BC Bill 14, Harassment under the 1977 Human Rights Act, supervisor responsibilities, confidentiality, employee complaint procedures, the potential for legal exposure, and much more.


Workplace Violence & Harassment Topics include:

  • What constitutes sexual harassment, other types of harassment and bullying, and retaliation
  • Bills 132, 168, and 14
  • The difference between impact and intent
  • Consenting vs. welcome
  • How to effectively prevent harassment
  • How to effectively respond should harassment occur
  • Manager and supervisor responsibilities and liability
  • How and why to use the company complaint procedure
  • The harassment – violence connection

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Responding to Violent & Aggressive Patients & Others

Workplace Violence & Harassment Topics Include:

  • General and personal safety measures; 
  • Aggression and violence predicting factors; 
  • The assault cycle; 
  • Characteristics of aggressive and violent patients and victims; 
  • Verbal intervention and de-escalation techniques; 
  • Physical maneuvers to defuse and prevent violent behavior; 
  • Strategies to prevent physical harm
  • Use of Restraints

Healthcare providers are healers. Causing injury is contrary to your mission. So, when confronted with aggressive or violent behavior, de-escalation, zero restraint and therapeutic approaches are always preferred. But there may be times when some degree of restraint is necessary as a last resort to prevent injury to the patient, provider or others.  

Through narrative, illustration, actual demonstrations of techniques, testing and comprehensive course materials, this course empowers you to keep yourself, your patients, colleagues, and others safe. 

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Diversity & Discrimination for Employees

Topics Include:

  • What diversity means
  • Benefits and challenges of a diverse workforce
  • How discrimination happens
  • What circumstances can lead to a charge of discrimination
  • Who is covered by "protected classes"
  • Other types of discrimination

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The Respectful Workplace

Topics Include:

  • What constitutes harassment, bullying, and retaliation
  • The negative impact of non-respectful behaviour
  • The difference between impact and intent
  • How to effectively prevent harassment and bullying
  • How to effectively respond should harassment or bullying occur
  • Manager and supervisor responsibilities 
  • How and why to use the company complaint procedure
  • The importance of respectful behaviour in the workplace community

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Ethics and Code of Conduct

Topics Include:

  • Key principles of ethics 
  • Importance and benefits of ethical conduct
  • Consequences of unethical decisions
  • Practical steps for ethical decision-making
  • Reporting procedures
  • Retaliation
  • Privacy and confidentiality 
  • Records and reporting
  • Proper use of company information and assets
  • Gratuities and gifts
  • Vendor and contractor relationships
  • Safety 
  • Diversity, harassment, and discrimination
  • Gossip

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