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Bullying & Harassment At Work 

Managing Bullying & Harassment At Work 

Bullying and harassment in the workplace can have a detrimental impact on employees' mental health, well-being, and job performance. It can also lead to increased absenteeism, high staff turnover, and legal action against the organization. Therefore, it's important for employers and employees to understand what constitutes bullying and harassment and to have effective measures in place to prevent and manage it. 
The Managing Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace course is designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills to recognize, prevent and manage bullying and harassment in the workplace. The course covers a range of topics, from the legal definition of bullying and harassment to best practices for handling complaints and conducting investigations. 
Delivery Method 
Bullying and Harassment at Work is a tutor led and practical course which is delivered online. The course is designed to be highly interactive, and engaging. There is special emphasis placed on assisting individuals build their confidence, sharing experiences, and developing key behaviours that will assist them in understanding the key essentials of managing, educating, and ensuring a zero tolerance to workplace bullying and harassment. 
Participants will also have the opportunity to engage in interactive discussions, case studies, and role-playing exercises to reinforce their understanding of the course material. By the end of this course, participants will have the tools and knowledge necessary to prevent, identify, and respond to incidents of bullying and harassment in the workplace. 
Date: Saturday 11 November, 2023 
Time: 10 am - 4 pm 
Program Content 
The program content will cover the following topics: 
Introduction to Bullying and Harassment 
Defining bullying and harassment 
Identifying types of bullying and harassment 
Understanding the effects of bullying and harassment on individuals and the workplace 
The Legal Framework 
Understanding the legal framework related to bullying and harassment 
Reviewing relevant legislation and case law 
Understanding the role of workplace policies and procedures 
Preventing and Managing Bullying and Harassment 
Developing effective prevention strategies 
Identifying early warning signs 
Conducting investigations and risk assessments 
Responding to complaints 
Communication and Training 
Developing effective communication strategies 
Understanding the role of training in preventing bullying and harassment 
Building a culture of respect and inclusivity 
Supporting Employees 
Understanding the impact of bullying and harassment on employees 
Identifying appropriate support mechanisms 
Developing a supportive workplace culture 
Who should attend: 
This course is ideal for HR personnel, managers, supervisors, and employees who want to learn how to identify and prevent bullying and harassment in the workplace and create a safe and respectful work environment for all employees. The course is delivered online and is highly interactive and engaging, with a focus on practical learning and skill-building. Attendees will come away with a greater understanding of the impact of bullying and harassment on the workplace and the tools and techniques to effectively manage and prevent it. 
Terms & Conditions: 
Workshop places are limited to ensure maximum attention to individuals. 
Workshop will go ahead subject to sufficient interest and bookings for same. 
Refunds will be made should the workshop be cancelled. 
All fees must be paid in advance in order to confirm place on the workshop. 
All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the course. 
All workshops will run online via zoom unless otherwise requested. 
Bullying & Harassment At Work training from

Fee €195 


All trainers have relevant training qualifications 
Workshops are delivered outside of normal working hours 
Content is up-to-date with course notes provided 
Practical modular workshops 
Customised in-house delivery where requested 
Coaching aftercare where requested to ensure class to workplace transition 


Catherine can be contacted at 085 7177888 or email her at 

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