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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Managers and Supervisors

Overview

This two-hour interactive webinar meets the requirements of Government Code section 12950.1 that managers and supervisors participate in a sexual harassment prevention training program within six months of appointment and every two years thereafter.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe basic civil rights protections in the workplace
  • Develop approaches for avoiding sexual harassment and other forms of unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation
  • Use best practices for investigating claims

Intended audience

This course is intended for managers and supervisors who must complete the mandatory sexual harassment prevention training program. This course satisfies the requirements of Government Code section 12950.1 for managers and supervisors.

This course is also suitable for EEO officers and investigators, human resources personnel, and other staff involved in receiving, investigating, and resolving claims of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Union stewards and rank and file employees interested in knowing their rights will also benefit from this program.

Participation Requirement

To get credit for this training, and receive a certificate of completion, you must attend the webinar for two hours and actively participate by answering 90% of the questions posed by the instructor.

Technical Requirements

Before the webinar begins, please go to the “Test a WebEx meeting” link below to determine if you can successfully enter the test meeting. If your test is successful, you will see a screen that says “Congratulations, your test was successful!” If you are unsuccessful, contact your IT help desk. They may need to install the appropriate WebEx software.

Reasonable Accommodation

If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Statewide Training at 916-445-1547 at least one week before the webinar.

Tuition

$50

Presenters

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing

Updated 11/8/2017
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