Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
After opening the link, you will create a user name and password to take the course. Please take the module most appropriate for you--whether you are a staff member, a staff supervisor, or faculty. Once finished, please send the Office of Human Resources a copy of your completion certificate. Should you have any questions about completing the tutorial, please contact Beth Mulvey at firstname.lastname@example.org or x5146.
WPI, in partnership with Life Advantages, LLC, present the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Tutorial.
All new faculty and staff members are asked to complete this tutorial as part of WPI’s ongoing sexual harassment prevention training program within 30 days of hire. The course takes approximately one and a half hours to complete. It is set up to allow for breaks as needed, keeping track of where the learner was in the course.
Current staff are asked to re-certify every two years.
Harassing behavior, including sexual harassment, violates personal rights and federal laws, and will not be tolerated at WPI. WPI is strongly committed to its policy against sexual harassment and to maintaining a campus culture that promotes the health, safety, and intellectual achievement of all faculty, staff, and students. As a university community, our goal must be an environment that recognizes the worth and potential of every individual, and communicates respect among all members.
To review WPI’s formal policy on sexual harassment, please consult your policy and benefits manual or the Office of Human Resources website:
The purpose of this Harassment Prevention course is to help everyone understand the importance of sexual harassment prevention and the need to maintain a degree of awareness on and off campus. This course will also assist you in creating and maintaining a learning environment which is respectful and free from harassment.
Additionally, this course will:
• Demonstrate the law and examine each campus member’s role
• Examine rights and responsibilities in dealing with harassment
• Discuss how to deal with and resolve problems
A few of the learning objectives for faculty and staff:
• Provide the legal definition of sexual harassment
• Address defined versus grey areas
• Review sexual harassment laws and cases
• Discuss what to do when sexual harassment has occurred
A few of the learning objectives for supervisors:
• Outline the responsibilities and liability of management
• Cover what must be reported
• Discuss how to communicate with everyone involved in a claim
• Provide the ten steps for handling a sexual harassment claimMaintained by email@example.com
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