Sexual Harassment Prevention Training 1-Hour
Non-Supervisory Personnel SB 1343

Gavel and booksThis course is intended for non-supervisory personnel and is one hour in length per Senate Bill 1343 requiring all nonsupervisory employees to have at least one hour of sexual harassment training by January 1, 2020, and every two years thereafter. The information has been designed to be fairly generic in nature, and complex legal descriptions and concepts have been framed to ease readability. This course should not be taken as, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Specific questions regarding legal issues of sexual harassment should be referred to the district’s legal counsel.

Supervisory staff are required to receive specific training regarding sexual harassment. This course is not intended to meet the regulatory requirements pertaining to supervisors. If you are a supervisor, contact your Human Resources administrator to ensure you receive the appropriate training.

In addition, this course is designed to address the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace—it is not directed at employee-to-student (child molestation) or student-to-student conduct. It includes information on abusive conduct, harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation harassment prevention.

Please Note: If you leave this course before you finish, you can come back to where you left off provided you are on the same device or computer by using the Continue button at the bottom of the page. The quiz questions answers are saved at the end of the Chapters. If you leave the final test at any time your answers will be lost and you will have to start over.



1. True or False? This course is intended for non-supervisory personnel.

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