Sexual Harassment Training for the UK
Harassment and discrimination are pervasive problems that impact employee wellbeing and performance. Train your employees on the appropriate behavior to ensure a safe environment for all individuals in your organization.
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A workplace of mutual respect helps to protect your overall reputation and attract new employees while retaining the ones that have been loyal to your company for years.
- Definitions and examples of discrimination, harassment and sexual harassment
- Bystander intervention
- Protection from retaliation or victimisation
- Role of managers and supervisors
- Handling complaints
- UK Equality Act 2010
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training for the UK
Preventing sexual harassment and discrimination is central to creating a respectful and inclusive workplace culture. As part of a comprehensive strategy, regularly training employees on harassment and discrimination prevention helps organisation reinforce what is and isn’t acceptable behaviour, and comply with laws and regulations.
In the United Kingdom, the Equality Act 2010 legally protects people from sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace, as well as in wider society. Under the Act, it’s against the law to discriminate against anyone because of their age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. The law also protects individuals from workplace discrimination, including dismissal, employment terms and conditions, pay and benefits, promotion and transfer opportunities, training, recruitment and redundancy.
Modern, interactive compliance training can be a strategic and practical tool for organisations to communicate their expectations for ethical behaviour and encourage employees to report and prevent incidents of harassment and discrimination they may experience or observe.
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for the UK
The UK Edition of Traliant’s award-winning Preventing Discrimination and Harassment training focuses on the ethical behaviours necessary to create a workplace free of discrimination and harassment. The course covers sexual harassment, discrimination, bystander intervention, retaliation/victimisation, and includes a section on the UK Equality Act 2010.
Designed for a global workforce, the course explores topics and key concepts in bite-sized, interactive episodes, with real-world video scenarios and eLearning exercises and assessments to engage employees and boost learning.
The course is available in separate versions for Employees (40 min) and Managers (55 min), and can be customized with an organisation’s policies, branding, images and video message. All of Traliant’s courses can be translated into 100+ languages and are mobile optimized for any device or platform.
The Traliant difference
We believe that compliance training is too important to be boring. That’s why we bring together an experienced team of subject matter experts, eLearning specialists and instructional designers to create interactive learning experiences that raise awareness, drive positive behavior and foster a respectful, inclusive workplace culture.Learn more about our training methodology