Workplaces – sexual harassment training

Managers and colleagues are often the first people to hear when someone has experienced sexual harassment, abuse or violence. It’s important for staff to have the right training and support to be able to handle disclosures.

Staff having the right training and support can make all the difference when dealing with the issue of sexual harassment or abuse in the workplace at an early stage.

We work in partnership with employers across the South West to support them in tackling sexual harassment, abuse and violence.

Our experienced trainers are all DBS checked and have up-to-date safeguarding training. We can confidently field questions from our support work experience and have current knowledge of relevant legislation.

Services we can provide:

  • Sexual harassment in the workplace guidance and training
  • Staff talks
  • Responding to disclosures training for staff
  • 121 coaching for staff
  • Policy writing and review

“I work within HR and its so useful to have a better understanding of consent and perhaps can apply this in future policies that might need changing or creating”

Understanding Sexual Violence training delivered for the Nelson Trust 

To get in touch to talk about how we can help, contact

Check out our short video looking at sexual harassment in the workplace:

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