CA Sexual Harassment & Abusive Conduct Prevention Training for Supervisors 2 Hours

Duration: 2 Hours
Format: In-Person or Virtual

Course Description: 

In compliance with Senate Bill 396 and AB 1825, NATEC International, Inc. offers a comprehensive 2-hour training program designed specifically for supervisory employees in California. This course addresses the critical need for awareness and prevention of sexual harassment, including harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation in the workplace. The curriculum, aligned with requirements from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), provides a deep dive into federal and state laws prohibiting harassment, types of discriminatory harassment, and strategies for creating a respectful, safe work environment.


Equip California supervisory employees with the knowledge and skills to identify, prevent, and respond to sexual harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace, ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations.

Who Should Attend: 

Supervisors and managers employed by organizations with five or more employees in California, as well as HR professionals responsible for conducting harassment prevention training.

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of sexual harassment laws and regulations (Senate Bill 396, AB 1825, DFEH requirements)
  • Importance of harassment prevention training and its impact on organizational culture
  • Definitions and discussions on quid pro quo harassment and hostile work environment
  • Understanding of federal and state laws prohibiting harassment
  • Strategies for recognizing inappropriate behavior and taking corrective actions
  • Employer and personal liability, and creating a defensible position against harassment claims


What Is the Difference Between Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment Harassment? 

Quid Pro Quo harassment occurs when job benefits are directly tied to compliance with sexual advances. Hostile Work Environment harassment refers to conduct that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment.

Why Is This Training Required for California Employers? 

To comply with Senate Bill 396 and AB 1825, which mandate sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention training for supervisory employees to foster a safe and respectful workplace.

How Often Must Supervisors Receive This Training? 

Every two years and for new supervisory employees within six months of their hire date or promotion.

Schedule & Registration

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