Anti-harassment & Workplace Harassment Training for Employee

Anti-harassment & workplace harassment Train the Trainer


Anti-harassment Training California

for Trainers 

Under California Government Code 12950.1, employers with 5 or more employees must train all employees in workplace harassment training California.  Leads, Supervisors, Managers and Executives must receive two hours of training.  Line employees must receive one hour of training.  All employees must be trained every two years.

In this anti-harassment training for employees and supervisors Train the Trainer program you will receive a PowerPoint presentation designed to provide you with the subject matter to be able to train your employees in what sexual harassment is and is not, as well as what to do if they are harassed or know of someone that has been harassed with the objective of creating a workplace culture free from workplace harassment.


  • Attorneys that specialize in labor law
  • University Professors that teach labor law
  • HR Professionals with 2 years experience in handling claims of sexual harassment
  • Trainers specializing in sexual harassment prevention
  • Anyone that has team taught with any of the above for at least 2 years.


in person train the trainer class go to meeting


Workplace Harassment Prevention

Train the Trainer Live Web Class

Date(s):  See Below

Time:  9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Go To Meeting Web Class 

+ 2 hour online class

Train Your Employees

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -


  •  What are unlawful harassment, discrimination and retaliation under both State and U.S. law?
  • Quid Pro Quo, Hostile Workplace, Systemic Harassment
  • What steps to take when harassing behavior occurs in the workplace?
  • How to report harassment complaints;
  • How to respond to a harassment complaint;
  • The employer’s obligation to conduct a workplace investigation of a harassment complaint;
  • What constitutes retaliation and how to prevent it?
  • Essential components of an anti-harassment policy; and
  • The effect of harassment on harassed employees, co-workers, harassers and employers.
  • Abusive Workplace Behaviors
  • Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sexual Orientation
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Civility and Company Culture

Professional anti-harassment & workplace harassment training for employees in California helps to make the workplace safe for everyone. So get your employees trained. 

If you are looking for a trainer to come to your location, please click here.

For online training, click here.

Find dates and register here.



Workplace Harassment Prevention

Train the Trainer In Person Workshop

See below for dates & locations

Time:  9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Various Locations
Lunch included

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 The Sexual Harassment Prevention Train the Trainer webinar includes the following information for trainers: 

Which employers are covered? Who is a “Supervisor”? When and How Often Must the Training Take Place? What topics must be covered? Who is a qualified trainer? Should employers provide other forms of harassment prevention training? What is abusive conduct?  An explanation of gender as required by California law. 


The Sexual Harassment Prevention Coach training is played as a card game for immediate interactivity and participation by the students.  The trainer deals out 52 cards. Each student receives 2 - 5 cards depending on the size of the class.  A card is shown on the PowerPoint presentation with a question.  The student that has the matching card answers the question.  The answers are always on the slide so the trainer can refer back to the answers.


You will receive an invite to the Train Me Today Moodle Classroom where all of the materials that you need will be stored. Anti-harassment & Workplace Harassment Training for Employees California Anti-harassment & Workplace Harassment Training for Employees California in Irvine Anti-harassment & Workplace Harassment Training for Employees California in Riverside

Just want the materials without taking the class? Click here.