Creating a Culture of Consent in the Workplace
Through a partnership with MFL Occupational Health Centre and Klinic Community Health, we are pleased to offer free virtual workshops and training opportunities on Creating a Culture of Consent in the Workplace. These training opportunities are ideal for all sectors, including private, corporate and business, and will include topics such as sexual harassment and disclosures in the workplace, developing a language of consent and respect in the workplace, and bystander skills for intervention.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
Bystander Intervention Skills for the Workplace Lunch and Learn (Zoom Webinar)
May 25, 2021, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Workplace sexual harassment is a harmful pattern of behaviour that negatively impacts individual staff as well as larger workplace units and teams. This cost-free one-hour ‘lunch and learn’ webinar will shine a spotlight on effective bystander interventions ﹣ one of our pillars in creating and nurturing a culture of consent in the workplace. We will explore a variety of techniques for successful interventions, how to increase accountability and encourage the positive behaviour we want to see from our coworkers in a safe and supportive way.
Creating a Culture of Consent in the Workplace – Half Day Training (Zoom Webinar)
June 8, 2021, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Workplace sexual harassment is a harmful pattern of behaviour that negatively impacts individual staff as well as larger workplace units and teams. This cost-free three-hour webinar will focus on topics such as: Identifying and discussing the underlying issues that may lead to sexual harassment, developing a language of consent that encourages respect and understanding in the workplace, highlighting effective bystander skills for intervention, and increasing supportive approaches toward staff who have disclosed their experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Book a Training for Your Workplace
A free, virtual training is also available for individual workplaces, and includes topics such as:
- Identifying and discussing the underlying issues that may lead to sexual harassment
- Supporting staff who have disclosed experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace
- Developing a language of consent in the workplace
- Highlighting effective skills for by-stander intervention