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Upskill today and learn about how to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace and how to be an active bystander.
At Inscope Training, we have created an awareness courses that will provide you with the knowledge and skills to identify and understand what sexual harassment in the workplace is, the employer’s responsibilities, the impact of sexual harassment and how to be an active bystander.
Understand the law and your rights and ensure your small business is compliant with this 100% online Sexual Harassment Awareness Course. Begin this course at no cost and only pay upon completion.
This course is divided into the following parts:
Is this course accredited?
No, this is an awareness course only.
Will I get a licence when I complete this course?
No, this course has no licensed outcome, but you will receive a Statement of Completion.
Where can I get more information about sexual harassment in Australia?
Australian Human Rights Commission. (2014) Ending workplace sexual harassment: A resource for small, medium and large employers. https://humanrights.gov.au/our-work/sex-discrimination/publications/ending-workplace-sexual-harassment-resource-small-medium
Moyle, S. (n.d.). Australian Institute of Company Directors: A director’s guide to preventing and responding to sexual harassment at work. http://www.companydirectors.com.au/wshdirectortool
Safe work Australia. (2021). Preventing workplace sexual harassment: National guidance material. https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/doc/preventing-workplace-sexual-harassment-guide
Safe work Australia. (n.d.). Preventing workplace sexual harassment – guidance for small business. https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/doc/preventing-workplace-sexual-harassment-guidance-small-business
General information and advice is available at these national websites:
Australian Human Rights Commission. (2002).Getting to know the Sex Discrimination Act: A guide for young women (2002). https://humanrights.gov.au/our-work/sex-discrimination/publications/getting-know-sex-discrimination-act-guide-young-women-2002
Australian Human Rights Commission. (2014). Recognising and responding to sexual harassment in the workplace: Information for employees. https://humanrights.gov.au/our-work/sex-discrimination/publications/recognising-and-responding-sexual-harassment-workplace?_ga=2.113621443.591678925.1596065528-1745052300.1583372431
Safe Work Australia. (n.d.). Workplace sexual harassment – advice for workers. https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/doc/workplace-sexual-harassment-advice-workers
State specific information:
Safework ACT. (n.d.). Work-related bullying. https://www.worksafe.act.gov.au/health-and-safety-portal/notify-worksafe/work-related-bullying
Safework NSW. (2021). Sexual harassment. https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/hazards-a-z/sexual-harassment
Safework QLD. (2020). Bullying. https://www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/safety-and-prevention/mental-health/Psychosocial-hazards-and-factors/bullying
Safework SA. (n.d.). Sexual harassment. https://www.safework.sa.gov.au/workers/health-and-wellbeing/sexual-harassment
Safework TAS. (2021). Sexual harassment. https://worksafe.tas.gov.au/topics/Health-and-Safety/hazards-and-solutions-a-z/hazards-and-solutions-a-z-pages/s/sexual-harassment
Safework VIC. (2021). Work-related sexual harassment. https://www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/sexual-harassment
Safework WA. (2021). Sexual harassment is workplace violence. https://www.wa.gov.au/government/announcements/sexual-harassment-workplace-violence