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Bullying and Harassment Awareness Training

Bullying and harassment has extended from the playground to the workplace, making the lives of many workers intolerable. It is unpleasant and offensive and can affect an individual’s professional performance and targets of bullying stand to lose their self-esteem, their mental wellbeing, and their health.  It can be so destructive that the effects continue after work, devastating personal lives as well as careers.  Workplace bullying often remains a hidden problem being accepted or even encouraged by organisational culture.  Organisations that do not endeavour to prevent or put an end to this behaviour lose productivity, profits, and their good reputations.

Bullying and Harassment Awareness Training

Bullying and Harassment Training For Staff
Bullying and Harassment Training For Managers

All our bullying and harassment awareness training courses are run in an interactive student-centred style with all assurances given to create a safe learning environment. Wherever possible the delegates attention will be directed towards the organisations bullying and harassment policies, this will ensure anyone attending is fully aware of their roles and responsibilities towards creating a safe working environment free from all forms of bullying and harassment. Please note all our courses are tailored free of charge to your requirements so may vary slightly from the stated aims and outcomes and are run in-house only.

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NNTC Recent Bullying & Harassment Training Clients

Black Cube

Diocese of Leicester

The aim of this course is to raise awareness and to empower delegates to recognise questionable behaviour that could lead to bullying and harassment.  All employees have the right to feel safe valued and respected at work, this course will challenge any workplace that denies this right.
Defining workplace bullying and harassment
Understanding the protective characteristics that are legislated against in the UK
Recognising the behaviours that can lead to bullying and harassment at work
Recognising the difference between bullying and banter
Recognising the difference between strong management and bullying
Understanding the different types of bully and why people bully
Exploring the effects of bullying and harassment on the individual the bully and the organisation
Identify the legislation relating to harassment at work and the implications for themselves
Know what to do if you think you are being bullied or harassed
Discuss how to request the behaviour to stop
State how to report incidents of harassment
Other Information
Duration Staff – 2 Hours, Managers – 3 Hours
Please note we do not run public courses 
Maximum number of delegates 20