Suite Description

Built for flexibility, EVERFI’s Preventing Harassment and Discrimination provides corporate, not-for-profit, and higher education institutions with a next-generation tool to build organizational and institutional cultures that promote respect and professionalism, thereby preventing harassment and discrimination. This course is designed for both supervisory employees and non-supervisory employees and will assist organizations in complying with harassment prevention training laws and best practices.

It includes coverage of protected categories, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation principles, cornerstones of civility and equity, and practical approaches like bystander intervention that empower learners to create a workplace environment where harassment, discrimination, and other forms of mistreatment are not tolerated.  The course also includes an optional sixth module addressing Clery Act and Title IX compliance requirements.

Learning Objectives

  • Building Positive Workplaces
    Sets the stage for discussing a positive workplace culture through bystander intervention training.
  • Recognizing Discrimination
    Teaches learners to be more aware of discrimination, protected categories, bias in the workplace, and the impacts of discriminatory behavior.
  • Cultivating Attitudes & Identifying Harassment
    Addresses the barriers to intervention and upstream behaviors including microaggressions, hostile work environments, quid pro quo harassment, and bullying.
  • Taking Action Against Retaliation
    Defines and identifies retaliation, how to report harassment, discrimination, and retaliation and the penalties for misconduct
  • Leading Healthy Workplaces
    Provides managers the skills to communicate with and support employees when they learn of concerning behavior, plus this module provides managers with reporting tools.

Course Versions

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors with Clery Act/Title IX Module

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors: Extended

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors with Clery Act/Title IX Module

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway


Assigning the Right Version

Follow the steps below for guidance on selecting the appropriate course for the appropriate audience.

1. Who are you training?

Determine which learner population you will be training: supervisors or non-supervisors.

 

2. What content do you want to assign?

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination has different versions of the course for flexible assignments.

    • Companies and Organizations have 3 options: for supervisors, for non-supervisors, and Gateway
    • Connecticut Non-Supervisors are recommended to take Non-Supervisor Extended course to fulfill state requirements.
    • Higher Education Institutions have the option to include Clery Act/Title IX content in addition to the harassment prevention content or they can assign Clery Act/Title IX training in a separate course.

Read more about each version above or see the summarized chart below outlining the differences and topics covered. This first table are the standard versions of the course. The second table outlines the versions with the additional Clery Act/Title IX module for Higher Education institutions.


Topic Areas

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: For Supervisors For Non-Supervisors For Non-Supervisors Extended Gateway
Topic Areas All Non-Supervisor topics plus:

Leading by Example

Identifying & Responding to Problematic Behaviors

Reporting Misconduct

Supporting Employees

Responding to Retaliation

Allyship

Bystander Intervention

Discrimination & Bias

Harassment & Prevention

Protected Categories

Retaliation

Allyship

Bystander Intervention

Discrimination & Bias

Harassment & Prevention

Protected Categories

Retaliation

Allyship

Bystander Intervention

Discrimination & Bias

Harassment & Prevention

Protected Categories

Retaliation

Engagement Animated Videos

Skill-building Scenarios

Personal Experiences

Expert Points of View

Branching Video Scenarios

Animated Videos

Skill-building Scenarios

Personal Experiences

Expert Points of View

Branching Video Scenarios

Animated Videos

Skill-building Scenarios

Animated Videos

Skill-building Scenarios

Audience Supervisors Non-Supervisors Non-Supervisors in the Connecticut Primarily Non-Supervisors

Supervisors **

**In states that do not require supervisor-specific content

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination with Clery Act/Title IX: For Supervisors For Non-Supervisors
Topic Areas All Non-Supervisor topics plus:

Leading by Example

Reporting Misconduct

Supporting Employees

Responding to Retaliation

Clery Act & Title IX

Allyship

Bystander Intervention

Discrimination & Bias

Harassment & Prevention

Protected Categories

Retaliation

Clery Act & Title IX

Engagement Animated Videos

Skill-building Scenarios

Personal Experiences

Expert Points of View

Branching Video Scenarios

Animated Videos

Skill-building Scenarios

Personal Experiences

Expert Points of View

Branching Video Scenarios

Audience Supervisors Non-Supervisors

 


3. Where Are Your Learners Based?

There are federal training requirements for anti-harassment training, but individual states may have more rigorous mandates. Foundry requires that a Location be attached to each learner to ensure they receive the appropriate and relevant content based on where they are employed.

Customers using the SCORM Integration will need a unique content package per state that has specific mandates. For companies and organizations, these include CA, CT, DE, FL, IL, LA, ME, MD, NY, TX, WA. Connecticut has specific requirements for non-supervisors and should use the Non-Supervisor Extended version.

For Companies and Organizations

Supervisors Non-Supervisors
CA, DE, ME Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors
CT Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors Extended
IL Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway
NY Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway
All Other US States Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway

 

For Higher Education Institutions

Supervisors Non-Supervisors
CT Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors with Clery Act/Title IX 
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors Extended
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors with Clery Act/Title IX
All Other US States Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors with Clery Act/Title IX
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway
or
Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors with Clery Act/ Title IX

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