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Train The Trainers

A SELF CONTAINED PACKAGE WITH STEP-BY-STEP

INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRAINERS ON DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT & 

SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING IN SPANISH

FLEXIBLE TRAINING

The training package is versatile and comprehensive. It offers three training options:


  1. A stand alone presentation of the video No..! "BASTA Ya de Acosarme"
  2. Video showing followed by discussion, led by a facilitator
  3. A complete interactive course conducted by a facilitator, including discussion exercises and questions.
 
The complete program was written in association with a labor law firm and a human resources management firm. Some of the legal information in The Self-Study Manual and Leader's Guide are drawn from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Enforcement Guidance.

The Complete Training Package Includes:

  • One, full-color video. Length: 33 minutes - 15 dramatizations

  • A 65-page self-study Trainer's Manual "La ObligaciĆ³n es Mutua" (The Obligation is Mutual) with step-by-step instructions plus "handouts," "Questions and Answers" and a completion certificate for compliance verification.

FACT SHEET IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH: 

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: What Is It? Synthesis and Analysis

This 8 1/2 x 11-fact sheet is a simple way for employers to provide employees with the basic information. This synthesis can be given to each employee to encourage their personal understanding on the subject. The synthesis can be included in your company handbook, enclosed in paycheck envelopes or newsletters and distributed at orientation and staff meetings.

The Training is Formatted as Follows:

SECTION I - Sexual Harassment at the Workplace

  • The latest U.S. Supreme Court Rulings on sexual harassment, and how they affect you and your organization.
  • Sexual harassment: What is it? Why it happens? Who is the harasser? Who is the victim? Can it be stopped? How do we handle it? It provides tips on keeping your employees' minds on their responsibility - and your organization on the prevention.
  • Different types of sexual harassment as defined by the law (Quid Pro Quo) and Hostile or Abusive Environment).
  • An explanation of "retaliation" and the laws which pertain to it.
  • Different inappropriate conduct as defined by the EEOC and the DFEH (California) (Verbal, Physical and Visual).
  • When does harassment violate Federal laws?
  • When is an employer legally responsible for harassment by a supervisor?
  • Who qualifies as a "supervisor" for purposes of employer liability
  • What is a "Tangible Employment Action"?
  • How to prevent sexual harassment from occurring and thereby improve workplace morale and productivity.
  • How to avoid sexual harassment liability.


SECTION II - Investigation and complaint procedures

  • How to handle a sexual harassment complaint.
  • How to interview the victim, alleged harasser, and the witnesses.
  • Describes procedures to complete the investigation and to determine disciplinary action.


SECTION III - Summary

  • The responsibility of the company, examples of sexual harassment policies, statistics, references a glossary and more.
  • Each training guide includes a completion certificate for record keeping.

OTHER TRAININGS & WORKSHOPS OFFERED BY CORTE HISPANA

ADDRESS
2591 Fair Oaks Ave. #113
Altadena, CA 91001

CONTACTS
Email: efrem@cortehispana.com
Phone: 310-415-5054