Dignity at Work
Dignity at Work eLearning course to help create the workplace, free from harassment and bullying, that everyone deserves.
Approx | 25 minutes
Dignity at Work Training | A recent BBC survey (Oct 2017) found that ‘half of British women and a fifth of men have been sexually harassed at work or a place of study’.
In the modern workplace every employee should have dignity at work, meaning they are free from both harassment and bullying.
Dignity at Work Course Objective
Help employees at all levels understand how to play their part in creating a dignified working environment, free from bullying and harassment.
On completion of this course you will know…
| How to identify bullying and harassment at work
| How to prevent bullying and harassment at work
| How to respond to complaints of bullying and/or harassment at work
| The legislation on bullying and harassment at work
Section 1 | Bullying
What is bullying
What is NOT bullying
Communication and body language
Examples of bullying
Section 2 | Harassment
What is harassment
Categories of harassment
Section 3 | Preventing Bullying and Harassment
Dignity at Work Charter
Responding to a complaint of bullying
Investigation and outcome
When a bullying complaint is upheld
Why take the Dignity at Work course?
It is important for the success of your business to provide a workplace that is free from harassment and intimidation. It is also a legal requirement. The Equality Act 2010 protects employees from harassment at work by their employer or colleagues. Harassment is unwanted or unwelcome behaviour which is meant to, or has the effect of, violating dignity or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment. Sexual harassment is also unlawful under the Equality Act, as is bullying. Behaviours which constitute bullying and harassment are explored in the course, along with how to implement prevention measures.
All staff, but especially those with the responsibility for establishing policies, based on the Equality Act, to prevent bullying and harassment.
On successful completion of the Dignity at Work training course, candidates are emailed an echo3education (self-print) completion certificate. Candidates must achieve 80% or more in the final 20 question assessment. The assessment may be repeated as many times as required.
What Dignity at Work training includes
| Accelerated learning – 35 minutes
| Complies with UK legislation
| Complete anytime anywhere
| 12 months access to
| Digital certificate emailed on successful completion
| The energy used to create and deploy this course is offset