Sexual Harassment Training


“Trainers” or “Trainers or educators” qualified to provide training under this section are attorneys, professors, HR practitioners or trainers who, through a combination of training and experience (minimum of 2 years) have the ability to train supervisors about the following:

  1) what are unlawful harassment, discrimination and retaliation under both California and federal law;

  2) what steps to take when harassing behavior occurs in the workplace;

  3) how to report harassment complaints;

  4) how to respond to a harassment complaint; 

  5) the employer’s obligation to conduct a workplace investigation of a harassment complaint;

  6) what constitutes retaliation and how to prevent it;

  7) essential components of an anti-harassment policy; and

  8) the effect of harassment on harassed employees, co-workers, harassers and employers. 

Sexual Harassment Training

AB 1825 Compliance Training

In 2004, AB 1825 was passed requiring all employers with 50 or more employees to provide sexual harassment training to all of their supervisory personnel.​  AB 1825 clearly defines what must be included in sexual harassment training including the definition of sexual harassment, how to prevent it, how to identify it and how to correct. 

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The above presentation is a small part of the Train the Train class.