Sexual Harassment Awareness Training


The online Sexual Harassment Awareness Training course has been designed to help raise awareness of sexual harassment in a workplace. It provides an insight to users on the grey-areas surrounding sexual harassment, and offers guidance on identifying, preventing, and removing sexual harassment from the users place of work.

This 25 minutes online course is CPD Accredited and it provides user’s with a certificate upon completion of the three sections and the end-of-course test.

Learning Outcomes

In this course you will learn:

  • Definitions of sexual harassment, and how to identify it.
  • How and when to report sexual harassment.
  • Methods to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

Course Contents

This course consists of three sections:

Section 1: sexual harassment awareness

The first section of this course explains what sexual harassment is and the forms in which it comes. It then looks at the effects of sexual harassment and why it is important for bystanders to identify, confront and report it.

Section 2: identifying sexual harassment

Section 2 considers the ‘grey’ areas of sexual harassment, presenting unclear scenarios to help you to understand what does and does not constitute sexual harassment in the workplace.

Section 3: confronting and reporting sexual harassment

Section 3 explains the two ways that sexual harassment can be confronted; formally and informally. It then provides further resources that can be used to protect people from, and report, sexual harassment.

About the Course


The Sexual Harassment Awareness Training course is designed to teach participants what sexual harassment looks like and the effects it can have. Defined as any unwanted attention, behaviour, or touch of a sexual nature, sexual harassment can affect the safety and wellbeing of people of all genders, is against the law, and should not be tolerated in the workplace.

This course raises awareness of sexual harassment by giving detailed example scenarios of what does and does not constitute sexual harassment. It then provides information and resources for how to confront and report it if it occurs. This should be used as a preventative measure rather than as a corrective tool.

Available in 31 languages, the course takes around 25 minutes to complete.


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