Through iHR Australia’s Workplace Bullying Training in Anti-Discrimination and Harassment, organisational members will understand the importance of getting team culture right to help mitigate workplace risk with proper EEO (equal employment opportunity) practices.
Participants will learn how culture and patterns of unreasonable behaviour, such as workplace bullying, can impact the organisation’s ability to defend itself against allegations of discrimination and harassment.
By training its members in EEO, an organisation is better equipped to effectively manage issues of workplace bullying by role modelling the right behaviours, which are exemplified in the training through the use of actors.
These programs will detail the cultural and financial impact that discrimination, bullying and harassment issues have on the business, which in turn impacts daily operations and the company brand.
In this training, the meaning and principles of workplace discrimination, harassment and bullying will be detailed for participants and the importance of effective policies and procedures will be highlighted.
The training is available for all organisational members, including employees, managers and also those at board and executive level.
This training has been designed and is facilitated by industry experts.
iHR Australia's face-to-face training uses Workplace Reality Theatre, where professional actors re-enact real workplace situations. This unique teaching methodology utilises storytelling and role plays to illustrate typical workplace behaviours. Participants find this highly engaging and helpful in discussing their thoughts and feelings, which in turn highlights core concepts and encourages learning. This methodology enables participants to recognise some elements in their own behaviour.
Generally, what will the trainings cover:
iHR Australia delivers training to small and large organisations across Australia, including both capital cities and regional towns. Our expert facilitators travel around the country as required to deliver Workplace Bullying Training at your site location and can customise the program to individual workplace requirements.
Organisations can register participants in our Public Training sessions on EEO, such as our Custodians of Culture Program, which is delivered in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth with Regional hubs coming soon.
Our Public Training also provides the opportunity to network with other like-minded participants. The diversity of the training group allows for an interesting range of perspectives and experiences to be shared. Lunch is also provided during the day for participants in Anti-Discrimination, Bullying & Harassment Training.
iHR Australia also offers Anti-Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment Training online with Learning programs available for both managers and employees. This method of training is deal for organisations who may not find either the longer sessions or locations suitable. Our eLearning modules take 30-40 minutes to complete and can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection on computer, mobile or tablet. This is an excellent low cost alternative to face-to-face learning.