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Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training

Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training
Certificate Valid For:  10 years
Available Languages:  English, Spanish
Completion Time:  2 hours

Course Overview

Skills you will learn:The definition of Sexual Harassment Federal Law, State Laws, Why Sexual Harassment is illegal, Identifying Sexual Harassment, Examples of Sexual Harassment, Internal Complaint Process, How to Communicate With Employees, How to Handle a Complaint, How to Correctly Document a Complaint, Quizzes & final test

About This Course

🌐🌟 Revolutionize Your Workplace with Interactive Empowerment! 🌟

🔍 Illuminate Workplace Dynamics: The Power of Knowledge!

  • Embark on a journey to unravel workplace intricacies – from sexual harassment to discriminatory behavior.
  • Our Conneticut Sexual Harassment Course is your gateway to understanding and addressing critical workplace dynamics.

🚀 Engagement Redefined: No More Boring Lectures!

  • Say goodbye to mundane sessions!
  • Experience an interactive course that goes beyond the ordinary.
  • Engage with our dynamic approach, ensuring active participation and a memorable learning experience.

👩💻 Interactive Features: Transformative Learning at Your Fingertips!

  • Immerse yourself in an interactive learning journey!
  • Our Conneticut Sexual Harassment course is meticulously crafted with features that confirm employee comprehension, making learning not just about grasping but also retaining and applying knowledge effectively.

🔒 Secure Your Workplace Environment: A Shield Against Complexity!

  • Equip your team with knowledge to recognize, address, and prevent inappropriate conduct.
  • Our course acts as a shield against the complexities of workplace dynamics, fostering a secure and respectful environment for all.

🎓 What's Covered: Unravel Workplace Dynamics!

  • Sexual Harassment: Delve into its intricacies.
  • Discriminatory Behavior: Understand and identify behaviors contributing to workplace discrimination.
  • Hostile Workplace Conduct: Recognize types of conduct creating a hostile work environment.

🌈 Why Choose Our Course? Unlock the Power of Interactive Learning!

  • Engaging Content: Bid farewell to boring lectures with an interactive and engaging learning experience.
  • Comprehensive Understanding: Ensure your team not only understands but internalizes and applies the course material effectively.
  • Employee Empowerment: Equip your workforce with the tools needed to foster a respectful and inclusive workplace culture.
  • LMS Integrations: Assure compliance, LMS Integrations offered by TAP’s engineering team.

🎯 Interactive Learning, Lasting Impact! Transform Your Workplace!

  • Our Conneticut Sexual Harassment Course is more than just compliance; it's about empowering your employees with the knowledge to create a positive and harassment-free work environment.

🚀 Ready to Transform Your Workplace? Enroll Now!

  • Unlock the power of interactive learning and take a proactive step towards a workplace that thrives on respect and inclusivity.
  • Our course is the catalyst for positive change.

🌐🌟 Revolutionize Workplace Culture with Cutting-Edge Sexual Harassment Prevention Training!

🚀 Why the Shift Matters:

  • In the era of #MeToo, sexual harassment prevention is evolving.
  • Move beyond compliance to empower employees for informed decisions and appropriate actions.

🌟 Comprehensive Training: Aligning with Conneticut State Regulations!

📘 Course Highlights:

  • Immerse yourself in a training experience that goes beyond basics, ensuring compliance with Conneticut state regulations.
  • 🌈 Inclusive Training:
    • Conneticut SB 396: Explore crucial topics related to gender identity and expression, fostering an inclusive workplace culture.
  • 🤝 Workplace Dynamics:
    • Conneticut AB 2053 and SB 1343: Define abusive conduct, focusing on empowering individuals to navigate real-world situations.

💡 What Sets Us Apart:

  • Fresh Approach: Go beyond rules and laws, empowering individuals for real-world situations.
  • Proactive Mindset: Instill a proactive responsibility, encouraging individuals to speak up and report incidents promptly.

🚀 Essential Training Objectives:

  • Recognize and Respond: Equip your team to identify and respond to situations leading to harassment.
  • Positive Workplace Culture: Foster a culture of respect, diversity, and inclusivity through comprehensive training.
  • Empower with Knowledge: Arm employees with the knowledge and tools for effective intervention.

🌈 Why Now, More Than Ever:

  • Essential Education: Workplace harassment prevention training is crucial for informed, acceptable behavior.
  • Cultivate Reporting Culture: Reinforce that every individual plays a role in speaking up against harassment and retaliation.
  • Legal Review by: John Wallace Esquire, 38 + years broad trial & appellate experience. Member of the Law Review. FAQ's

🙌 Join us in shaping a workplace where respect, diversity, and inclusivity thrive. Enroll today to be part of the change and foster a positive, empowered company culture! 🌐🔒 #WorkplaceEmpowerment #HarassmentPrevention #InclusiveCulture

Course Facts

🌟 Earn Your Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training Certificate with Ease! 🌟

🎓 What's Included:

  • ✅ Connecticut Certification: Obtain your Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training Certificate upon completion.
  • ✅ Renewal Reminder: Stay compliant with a simple renewal every 2 years.

⏱ Efficient Learning:

  • ✅ Duration: Complete the course in just 1 hour.
  • ✅ Flexibility: Access 100% online training 24/7, adapting to your schedule.

📚 Structured for Success:

  • ✅ Personal Pace: Progress through the course at your own speed.
  • ✅ Save Your Progress: Easily pick up where you left off, ensuring a seamless learning experience.

🗸 Stay Informed:

  • ✅ Up-to-Date Content: Benefit from consistently updated course content, reflecting the latest regulations.
  • ✅ Legal Expertise: Reviewed by John Wallace, Esquire, with over 40 years of broad trial and appellate experience, ensuring the highest standard.

🚀 Enroll Today for Hassle-Free Certification:

Join countless others in achieving your Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training Certificate effortlessly. Enroll now and elevate your knowledge with a course that adapts to your needs! 🌐🎓 #ConnecticutCertification #SexualHarassmentTraining #LegalCompliance

Topics Covered

  1. Sexual Harassment And The Law
  2. Sexual Harassment And Discrimination
  3. Types Of Sexual Harassment
  4. Policies And Procedures

What You'll Learn

Gain the knowledge to define harassment similar to the Employee Training
Understand laws.
Promote a strong anti-sexual harassment policy.
Document incidents.

Legal Expertise:
Reviewed by John Wallace, Esquire, a seasoned professional with over 38 years of broad trial and appellate experience. A distinguished member of the Law Review.

Regulatory Information

Contacting the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO)

CHRO has four regional offices - Hartford, Bridgeport, Waterbury, Norwich - which receive and resolve cases from individuals who believe they have suffered illegal discrimination. If you want to file an employment or credit related complaint, consult the list below and contact the regional office which serves the town in which you believe you were discriminated.

Capitol Region Office

450 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT 06103
PHONE: (860) 566-7710
FAX: (860) 566-1997
TDD: (860) 566-7710

Eastern Region Office

100 Broadway
Norwich, CT 06360
PHONE: (860) 886-5703
FAX: (860) 886-2550
TDD: (860) 886-5707

West Central Region Office

Rowland State Government Center
55 West Main Street, Suite 210
Waterbury, CT 06702-2004
PHONE: (203) 805-6530
FAX: (203) 805-6559
TDD: (203) 805-6579

Southwest Region Office

350 Fairfield Avenue, 6th Floor
Bridgeport, CT 06604
PHONE: (203) 579-6246
FAX: (203) 579-6950
TDD: (203) 579-6246


Q: Is there a prerequisite for this course?

Dive into learning without any mandatory prerequisites for the Sexual Harassment Training.

Q: What are the Sexual Harassment & Alcohol Training requirements for my Certificate of Achievement?

  1. Complete the engaging 4-lesson cours
  2. Ace the exam with a score of 70% or higher.

Q: How many lessons are there in the Sexual Harassment Training Course?

Immerse yourself in 4 captivating lessons and a comprehensive exam.

Q: When does my Certificate of Achievement expire?

Your achievement is valid for two years; always check state or local regulations for renewal specifics.

Q: Why can't I access the final exam?

Ensure each lesson is passed to access the final exam. Green means passed, red means a bit more study is needed.

Q: When does my course expire?

Courses remain active for 180 days from the date of your enrollment, and your access to the course will cease after this 180-day period. If you do not earn your Course Certificate of Achievement within 180 days of enrolling, your course access will expire. In such a case, you will need to repurchase the course to re-enroll. Should you choose to re-enroll and still not earn your course certificate within the subsequent 180 days; your registration will once again expire, necessitating another course purchase for re-enrollment. We will send you two reminder emails to inform you about the impending expiration of your course access. The first email will be sent 25 days after your enrollment if you have not completed the course, and the second email will be sent 30 days before the course's expiration date if you have not completed the course. For more information about course expiration dates, please read our Terms of Use

Q: What's the procedure for a refund?

100% money back or credit within 30 days if returned before studying beyond lesson 1. Exceptions apply; check our Terms of Use for details.

Q: Who wrote the content for your course?

Crafted by an educator of over 750 courses in collaboration with legal and regulatory experts. Regular updates maintain relevance.

Q: How soon can I expect to receive my Certificate of Achievement?

Download instantly upon passing your final exam.

Q: What can I do if I lose my Certificate of Achievement?

Visit and click on Print Certificate for a replacement.

Q: Can I test out of the course?

No testing out, but rest assured, completing the course and passing the exam unlocks your sexual harassment card. Enroll now for a brighter, safer future!

Q: What is the Connecticut law forbidding sexual harassment?

Sexual harassment is prohibited by the State of Connecticut’s Discriminatory Employment Practices Law, section 46a-60(a)(8) of the Connecticut General Statutes.

Q: What are the Connecticut requirements for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training?

On June 18, 2019, Connecticut enacted a new state law expanding its sexual harassment training requirements. Beginning October 1, 2019, employers must provide two hours of sexual harassment training to all employees, not just supervisors. New employees hired after October 1, 2019 must be trained within six months of hire. All current employees must be trained by October 1, 2020. If an employee has received such training since October 1, 2018, he or she is not required to receive the training again.

All employers of any size must provide sexual harassment training to their supervisors in Connecticut.  Employers that have three or more employees must provide training to all employees in Connecticut.  (The previous Connecticut law only applied to employers who had 50 or more employees and only required training for supervisors.)

Employers must provide periodic supplemental training that updates all employees on the contents of the sexual harassment training not less than every ten years. From a risk prevention perspective, prudent employers will provide training more frequently. Indeed, EEOC guidelines have indicated that employers should provide employees harassment prevention training periodically and some states require annual or every other year sexual harassment training.

Q: What are the legal remedies for sexual harassment in Connecticut?

Sexual harassment is not only prohibited by employers, but it is also prohibited by state, federal, and, where applicable, local law.

Remedies for Sexual Harassment may include cease and desist orders, back pay, compensatory damages, hiring, promotion or reinstatement. Individuals who engage in acts of sexual harassment may also be subject to civil and criminal penalties.

Q: What are the minimum standards for a Sexual Harassment Prevention policy in Connecticut?

The minimum Sexual Harassment Prevention policy should:

  • Prohibit sexual harassment
  • Provide examples of prohibited conduct that would constitute unlawful sexual harassment
  • Include information concerning the federal and state statutory provisions concerning sexual harassment, remedies available to victims of sexual harassment, and a statement that there may be applicable local laws
  • Include a complaint form
  • Include a procedure for the timely and confidential investigation of complaints that ensures due process for all parties
  • Inform employees of their rights to be compensated or set a situation right. and all available forums for reporting for sexual harassment complaints administratively and judicially
  • Clearly state that sexual harassment is considered a form of employee misconduct and that sanctions will be enforced against individuals engaging in sexual harassment and against supervisory and managerial personnel who knowingly allow such behavior to continue
  • Clearly state that retaliation against individuals who complain of sexual harassment or who testify or assist in any investigation or proceeding involving sexual harassment is unlawful