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April 25, 2023

Train-the-Trainer Harassment Prevention

Western Growers University presents the train-the-trainer Harassment, Discrimination, and Abusive Conduct (HDA) workshop designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to train managers and non-supervisory staff in federal and state anti-harassment practices. Learn how to identify concerning behaviors, properly respond to complaints and build a healthier environment. Gain a deeper understanding of how to create a workplace free of sexual harassment where employees can feel safe to speak, grow and thrive. Understand how to:

  • Describe and give examples of harassment, discrimination and abusive conduct in the workplace
  • Stop harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation and other protected classes
  • Protect those who report good faith complaints from retaliation
  • List the costly consequence of not addressing complaints
  • Conduct a complete and thorough investigations
  • Apply best practices that support a more inclusive culture.

Workshop details:

  • Virtual Course
  • Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2023
  • Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

What to Expect:

  • Participants will receive access to four customizable HDA decks
    • Manager version, in English
    • Manager version, in Spanish
    • Employee version in English
    • Employee version in Spanish
  • Access to posters, brochures and fact sheets, both in English and Spanish
  • Guidance on how to access the EEOC and state news feed
  • Review state and federal case studies
  • Receive a certificate of completion, worth 4 CEU
  • Network with other industry professionals

Who should attend?

  • Human resource professionals or harassment prevention consultants, with a minimum of two years of practical experience in one or more of the following areas:
    • Designing or conducting discrimination, retaliation and harassment prevention training
    • Responding to harassment complaints or other discrimination complaints
    • Conducting investigations of harassment complaints
    • Advising employers or employees regarding discrimination, retaliation, and harassment prevention.
  • Attorneys admitted two years to the state bar and whose practice includes employment law under FEHA and Title VII
    • Law school professors or instructors who have either 20 instruction hours or two years plus teaching employment law under the FEHA or of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Register

Register:

  • 15% Early Bird Discount; Expires May 26, 2023
    • Member: $561
    • Non-Member: $731
  • Regular Cost
    • Member: $660
    • Non-Member: $860

For additional questions, please contact Anna Bilderbach at [email protected]