AB 1825 Sexual Harassment Prevention for Public Supervisors

California sexual harassment training requirements mandate supervisor training for anyone who oversees employees of any political or civil entity of California, regardless of the actual number of employees. The training course Sexual Harassment Prevention for Public Supervisors contains an exclusive public sector setting that provides learners with specific public sector-based scenarios and storylines. Content is engaging and successful in training public sector supervisors, as it has been successfully deployed to thousands of federal, state and municipal employees within California.

Course Content Satisfies California Sexual Harassment Training Requirements

Definitions and statutory provisions of relevant state and federal law regarding sexual harassment
Over 80 engaging exercises and interactions that challenge supervisors to test their knowledge of what can constitute sexual harassment in complex, real-life, public sector situations
Practical guidance and information regarding how the law applies in a public sector setting
How and when supervisors can be personally liable for engaging in acts of sexual harassment, and the risk of civil and criminal penalties
What the limited confidentiality of the complaint process means for public sector supervisors
Resources and remedies available to victims of sexual harassment
Instruction on when to bring issues to the attention of administrators and the agency’s legal obligation to investigat

This sexual harassment training course meets and exceeds the California sexual harassment training requirements of AB1825 by teaching public sector supervisors everything they need to know about sexual harassment legislation and prevention. Statutory provisions of AB1825 and definitions of relevant federal law regarding sexual harassment are provided to shed light on how the laws apply in a public sector setting.

Additional content supports supervisor knowledge of sexual harassment prevention in the public sector:

  • How and when a public sector supervisor can be personally liable for behaving in acts of sexual harassment, and the risks of criminal and civil penalties
  • What the limited confidentiality of the complain process entails for public sector supervisors
  • Guidance on when it is necessary to bring issues to an administrator’s attention, and the agency’s obligation to investigate under AB1825
  • Resources and remedies available to sexual harassment victims

Deployment and Technology Features of AB1825 Training for Public Sector Supervisors 

This AB1825 training course contains many deployment and technology features that make it the leading choice for the public sector in training all supervisors to fulfill California sexual harassment training requirements:

  • Exclusive Pace Meter documents that the two hour training requirement of AB1825 is reached, while keeping learners on track
  • Electronic Message Center makes it easy for a single non-tech administrator to manage training
  • Courses can be delivered smoothly through any web-based browser, including slow and dial-up connections, or through your agency’s Learning Management System.
  • Interactive “Q&A” feature is provided within the course, along with an “Ask HR” button on every page of the course toolbar
  • Downloadable “Certificate of Completion” is available upon course conclusion