Dignity & Respect at Work Training Course

Dignity at Work aims to promote respect, dignity, safety, and equality in the workplace. Every member of staff should be aware that all forms of bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment are unacceptable and every member of staff has a duty to behave in an acceptable and respectful manner.

This course can be delivered at both employee and management level.

Available as an Onsite Course

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NOT Available as a Public Course

Course Objectives

Dignity at Work aims to promote respect, dignity, safety, and equality in the workplace. Every member of staff should be aware that all forms of bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment are unacceptable and every member of staff has a duty to behave in an acceptable and respectful manner.

This Dignity at Work course can be delivered at both employee and management level. This practical course guides participants on how to effectively identify and deal with appropriately potential conflict issues at work.

Our approach to this course tends to avoid detailed legal examination and instead focuses on practical exercises which lead to an agreed code of practice that can be immediately implemented.

In addition to the course content, this course can be customised to our client’s individual needs and objectives. We recommend a short phone call prior to course delivery, to establish a precise agenda.  We can also provide a pre-course questionnaire service for participants (if appropriate) or Management to get feedback and objectives in advance of the programme. 

Course Topics
  • Dignity and respect:  the new culture of work in Ireland
  • Key topics and exercises:
    • Harassment and sexual harassment
    • Discrimination of race, gender, orientation, age
    • Bullying in the workplace
    • Reporting and whistle-blowing
  • Stress and wellbeing – practical tips
  • Next steps

 

  • We will provide full slides and exercises
  • Hand-out to participants on Dignity, Respect & The Law
    • Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
    • Employment Equality Act
    • Duty of Care
    • Policy Requirements – Dignity at Work
  • Also, we will provide an action plan to all attendees
  • Management will be provided with a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Summary and evaluation, for them to review feedback.

Participants

A maximum of 10 participants can attend each Dignity at Work training session.

Duration

Onsite Dignity at Work training sessions are usually a half-day in duration.

Certification

On successful competition of the Dignity at Work course participants will receive a House Certificate. The certification has no defined expiry date.

Course Entry Requirements

There are no special entry requirements for participants associated with this course. 

Site Requirements

There are no special site requirements  associated with this course.

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