Sexual Harassment
 
 
  
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Sexual Harassment
eLearning Module

Sexual harassment is defined by The Equality Act 2010 as: “unwanted conduct of a sexual nature which has the purpose or effect of violating someone’s dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for them”. Despite reports, many workplaces are not providing the right training to highlight the long-term consequences on the perpetrators and the victims. 

The demo below shows how our hard-hitting Sexual Harassment eLearning Module enables your employees to recognise and fight sexual harassment in the workplace.

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The problem often lies in sexual harassment being portrayed as ambiguous, with a blurred line between a silly joke and a humiliating remark. Often, some entrenched and outdated attitudes that have ‘normalised’ sexual harassment persist. This can greatly impact your workplace, which has to be kept safe and healthy for all your employees.

At Bolt, we have created the Sexual Harassment eLearning Module focused on stamping out sexual harassment in the workplace. As everyone in a company has a role to play, we advise that this module be completed by everyone in any workplace. The goal of this training is to make your workplace an inclusive and respectful place, and it is done through interactive videos, realistic scenarios and role-plays. 

Fully online and interactive, available 24/7 on any device, with no time limits, thanks to our state-of-the-art LMS, with an assessment at the end of the module. A certificate can be downloaded upon successful completion of the course. 

Demonstrations


Learning Objectives

At the end of the Sexual Harassment eLearning Modules, the user will:

  • Identify sexual harassment
  • Understand the negative consequences that result from sexual harassment, for the victim and perpetrator
  • Contribute to the prevention of sexual harassment in the workplace by implementing suitable strategies
  • Respond to and report sexual harassment