Law Enforcement Workplace Harassment Prevention Training Course

On August 9, 2019, Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker signed the Workplace Transparency Act (the “WTA”) into law. The Act applies to nearly every employer in Illinois. Employers who do not comply with the law will be subject to civil penalties. Hybrid Academy offers a sexual harassment training course, which is compliant with the Illinois Workplace Transparency Act.

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Our training is designed to be engaging, with real-life examples of sexual harassment cases litigated in the State of Illinois. Additional training is also available for management-level employees to better understand their duties and obligations under the law. Following the class, attendees are given a post-test to demonstrate their knowledge and, upon completion, are provided with certificates of attendance.

Course Catalog:  *Workplace Compliance* Harassment and Discrimination

Course ID: LC-0034OS   LC-0034OL

Course Title: Illinois Sexual Harassment Training 

Course Level: Employee Version and Manager's Version

Delivery Type: 

Option #1: Online (WC-0034OL) Option #2: On-site (WC-0034OS) Option #3 Bars and Restaurants Online (WC-BR0034OL) Option #4 Bars and Restaurants On-Site (WC-BR0034OS)

Duration: Employees: 60 min, Managers: 90 min


This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the concept of sexual harassment in a workplace and its consequences for individuals, the organization, and the community. 

The course provides guidelines on how to comply with legal requirements and describes the roles and responsibilities of the employer and employees related to sexual harassment prevention, mitigation, and investigation. 


  1. Understand the concept of sexual harassment and recognize behaviors indicating inappropriate conduct. 

  2. Learn the difference between sexual harassment and assault.

  3. Understand the emotional, psychological, and physical effects of sexual harassment. 

  4. Understand the behavioral triggers and motives of perpetrators.

  5. Learn about current and past legal cases related to sexual harassment tried in the state of Illinois and other states. 

  6. Learn about state and federal laws addressing sexual harassment.

  7. Create a sexual harassment action, management, or prevention plan that fits your organization's needs. 

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