$165.00 inc GST

Respect@Work Preventing Sexual Harassment for Leaders Training

Online Compliance Course

Course length:
45 minutes online

Course audience:

Available in Australia

Course type:
Structured iDesigned for learners with little prior knowledge, this course type takes the learner through the course subject sequentially – one step at a time.


Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth), Sex Discrimination and Fair Work (Respect at Work) Amendment Act 2021, Work Health and Safety 2011 (Cth), Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Act 2022 (Cth)

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About this course

The Respect@Work | Preventing Sexual Harassment for Leaders course is designed with a clear purpose: to empower leaders with invaluable insights and practical knowledge to tackle the pervasive issue of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Suitable for managers and those in senior management or executive roles, this course offers tangible strategies and step-by-step guidance. By engaging in this course, leaders will develop a profound understanding of the concrete actions they can take to create a workplace that is safe, respectful, and free from harassment.

This course will equip leaders with the tools they need to foster an environment that promotes equality, and inclusivity.

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Learning outcomes

On completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • understand what workplace sexual harassment is;
  • understanding your duty as a leader to prevent workplace sexual harassment;
  • know practical steps that can be taken to prevent workplace sexual harassment at work;
  • know how to handle reports of sexual harassment with a trauma informed mindset;
  • be familiar with the concept of confidentiality clauses and steps that may be taken to improve their use;
  • be familiar with legislative reporting requirements under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (cth).

Course contents

  • Understanding sexual harassment
  • Positive duty
  • What is “at work”?
  • Who is at risk of sexual harassment?
  • Case study: Creating a safe and inclusive workplace
  • Inclusion and diversity at your organisation
  • Good practice framework
  • Power dynamics at work
  • Self-assessment
  • A safe workplace culture
  • Monitoring the workplace
  • Consultations
  • Making the physical workplace safer
  • Training and policies
  • Promoting reporting
  • Complaints handling
  • A trauma-informed approach
  • Information for senior management
  • Changes to gender equality reporting