1. Preventing Discrimination and Harassment (“PDH”) Online
Presented in a familiar news show format, this course is divided into brief, schedule-friendly episodes — and features interactive videos and gamification to enrich the learning experience. It explains the behaviors that are expected of individuals to create a workplace that is free of discrimination, harassment, and bullying. There are versions for Employees and Managers as well as state-compliant versions for California, Connecticut, and New York. In addition to the standard office version, there are industry-specific editions for Hospitality, Restaurants, Industrial/Manufacturing/Construction, and Healthcare organizations, as well as a Municipal version. Most editions are available in English and Spanish and can be delivered in additional languages as requested.
2. PDH – Classroom
Training Fully- Interactive
This course duplicates the complete functionality of the online training course in a classroom setting. It is ideal for a trainer who wants to use the Drag and Drop interactions, Leaderboard, Puzzle, etc. to get the entire class involved in the training.
3. PDH – Classroom Training Toolkit
This toolkit is for a knowledgeable trainer who wants to enhance their training with the use of Interactive Videos, Viewer Mailbags (FAQs) and news stories. The navigation is unlocked so that the trainer can move to any area of the course, at any time, and the narration is removed so that trainers can present the course material in the their own ‘teaching voice.’
4. PDH – Awareness – Self-Running DVD
This self-running DVD version is designed for use in a classroom setting with one or more students. It runs for approximately 20 minutes and builds awareness around issues of harassment, discrimination, and bullying through videos and multimedia news stories. Everything is narrated. There is no need for an in-class instructor. No interaction by the students is required. All that is required is that someone pushes play. Standard play, stop, rewind and forward functions are supported.
5. Code of Conduct
This comprehensive course provides a broad array of compliance topics for clients to choose
from. This course is typically tailored to align with a client’s Code of Conduct. This includes all
the core elements of courses including the news-show format; brief, schedule-friendly episodes; interactive videos; and engagement points. Available episodes include: Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering, Antitrust, Asset Protection, Confidential Information, Conflicts of Interest, Data Privacy, Diversity, Environmental Stewardship, Fair Dealing, Gifts and Entertainment, Harassment & Bullying, Health and Safety, Information Security, Insider Trading, International Trade Laws, Political Activities, Record Keeping, Social Media, Substance Abuse, Third Party Due Diligence, with new episodes added on a regular basis.
6. Varies Code of Conduct – Essentials
This out-of-the-box Code of Conduct training is ideal for companies that haven’t done this training in the past, do not have an existing Code or do not need the extra material in the Enterprise version.
The course covers a concise range of topics, including: Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption, Conflicts of Interest, Gifts and Entertainment, Antitrust, Fair Dealing, Record Keeping, Diversity, Respectful Workplace, Harassment & Bullying, Health and Safety, Asset Protection, Confidential Information, Data Privacy, and Information Security
7. Anti-Corruption & Anti-Bribery
Staying compliant with anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws such as the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act is more than simply memorizing laws – just ask one of the many US companies that have paid tens or hundreds of millions in fines and settlements for FCPA violations. Employees need to understand not just what the laws are, but why they matter, and how to handle the grey-area situations they might encounter in real life that could lead to potential violations.
This course explains the behaviors that are expected of individuals to create a workplace that is free of bribery and corruption. It defines bribery, explains the applicable laws and regulations, and covers concepts such as “anything of value,” dealing with “public officials ” and “facilitation payments.”
8. Data Privacy and Information Security
Information security involves the networks and computer systems that connect us to each other and the outside world. Data privacy refers to the data on those networks, as well as records in paper form, and how we handle them. As technology advances and increases the availability of data, the challenges and threats to firms grow. Threats are generally assumed to be external, but often it is the employees’ lack of awareness and their subsequent actions that leave firms open to security risks. This course discusses a range of data privacy, information security and asset protection concepts including the data privacy elements of: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, CAN-SPAM Act, Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, FCPA, Bank Secrecy Act, USA Patriot Act, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
HIPAA Ensuring that health and medical records are kept private and secure is a concern of both
industry professionals and private citizens. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, commonly known as HIPAA, sets standards for the protection of individuals’ medical records and other personal health information. This training provides employees with an overview of those standards – and an understanding of how they apply to their job responsibilities and workplace.
The training is available in two versions. HIPAA for Covered Entities is appropriate for businesses such as medical practices, hospitals, dental practices, nursing homes, pharmacies, and health plans. HIPAA for Business Associates is tailored to businesses such as medical device companies, accountants, lawyers, consultants, data processors and others. Both versions cover the essential HIPAA topics, but each was designed to contain practical information and relevant examples that provide learners with an understanding of how HIPAA applies to their types of job responsibilities and workplace.
9. Bloodborne Pathogens
Bloodborne Pathogens are infectious microorganisms contained in blood that can cause disease in humans. People working in virtually any occupation can accidentally be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. This training program was designed to provide employees who do not have “occupational exposure” to bloodborne pathogens with some basic safety information and common-sense rules for handling an unexpected situation. The course covers ways to prevent exposure, procedures to follow after an exposure, and other important guidelines on the subject.
10. Bystander Intervention – Online Training
Bystander intervention training is one of the most effective ways to empower employees to address and prevent harassment and discrimination in the workplace. This course raises awareness of the importance of being an active bystander and provides employees with practical steps for protecting targets of abusive behavior and preventing future misconduct.
11. Workplace Diversity, Inclusion and Sensitivity
Diversity training offers organizations a new way to enhance anti-harassment and discrimination programs and policies, and reinforce the message that respect, diversity and inclusion is a priority. This course explains workplace diversity and provides practical steps to help individuals choose inclusive actions, improve cultural competency and address personal biases. The course further emphasizes the role civility and workplace sensitivity play in promoting a respectful culture.
12. Avoiding Retaliation
Retaliation training is one of several positive steps that organizations can take to prevent workplace discrimination and harassment and reduce the risk of retaliation incidents and claims. This course is intended for employees in supervisory roles, who may deal with complaints of discrimination and harassment. Avoiding Retaliation reinforces the importance of keeping all forms of retaliation out of the workplace and responding promptly and effectively to complaints.
13. The ADA Made Simple
This course details the Americans with Disabilities Act with a full HD video followed by an employee quiz. It’s critical that your managers understand all of the details of this landmark legislation. This course simplifies the law and covers all the aspects that your supervisors need to know.
14. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Find out what the General Data Protection Regulation does, what personal data is, and familiarize yourself with some of the GDPR’s key terms, definitions and scope.
15. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Made Simple
A thorough breakdown of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, this course will ensure that your employees understand the law and avoid violations that result in civil and criminal penalties.
16. Social Engineering (Information Security) Awareness Training for Employee
Even the best information security policies, procedures, or controls are useless if employees are tricked not to follow them. Through ‘social engineering’, cybercriminals aim to do just that. This program explores common social engineering techniques, and the information security awareness training countermeasures to defeat them. It was designed for broad deployment across a sponsoring organization, at a low per-user cost. The techniques covered include surveillance, shoulder surfing, eavesdropping, dumpster diving, phishing, baiting, piggybacking, tailgating, identity theft, and pretexting. Maximize your organization’s investment in information security by empowering and enlisting every employee to help defeat cybercrime!
17. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides individuals with more control over their personal data, including what’s held, how it’s used and when it’s deleted. This module explores how GDPR affects your organization and the procedures you’ll need to follow to ensure compliance.
18. Maintaining A Drug-Free Workplace: Employee Edition
Find out why all employees benefit from a drug-free organization with this online training course covering best practices and common policies for dealing with drug and alcohol abuse on the job. We’ll review the basics of drug and alcohol use laws and outline the many advantages of upholding your company’s drug policy. You will also learn about drug-testing procedures you could be subject to at work. Finally, discover what steps to take if you or a co-worker are struggling with a substance abuse problem. The 45-minute course features interactive presentation materials, audio narration, integrated exercises, sample scenarios, and a final quiz to guide employees through the keys of a drug-free work environment. A resource toolkit comes included, complete with glossary, drug list, and links to organizations that can help those with substance abuse issues.
19. The Legal Aspects of Interviewing
Federal laws define legal and illegal practices concerning all aspects of hiring. This includes the interview process and this course equips you to comply with the rules when talking to candidates. You will learn what information is required to guide your interview questions and this will help you plan every interview in compliance with the federal laws. There are 5 different federal acts that govern the hiring process. Of course, you will also need to check into your state law requirements. We provide examples of illegal and legal questions, so you have a firm grounding in appropriate interview practices. Course completion also counts as 2 hours of Continuing Education Units (CEU), toward HR Certificate Institute (HRCI) accreditation.
20. Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Employees
This course on preventing discrimination and harassment helps explain the importance of having a plan in place to protect you and your colleagues from being victimized in the workplace. You’ll learn about the core Federal discrimination and harassment laws that are enforced by the EEOC. The course covers 4 key subjects: Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Harassment & Bullying, and Positive Environment. Upon completion of this course, you’ll know that all employees can contribute to creating a positive environment by behaving with mutual respect and helping each other retain their dignity. You’ll also learn that it’s your duty to report instances of discrimination or harassment when observed.
21. Handling Conflict: An Employee’s Guide
Recognize the difference between constructive and destructive conflict in the workplace and know how to use collaboration to achieve a win-win solution. This interactive course walks you through the common causes of conflict among employees and teaches you how to turn a negative situation into a constructive process.
22. Confidentiality and Intellectual Property Employee Basics
Protecting confidential information and intellectual property is everyone’s business! This interactive course provides the basic information employees need to understand and protect confidential information and intellectual property as well as copyright basics and gathering competitive information. Topics include understanding confidential and intellectual property, knowing an individual’s responsibility to protect it, and what employees need to know to be successful in the workplace.
23. HIPAA for Healthcare Professionals
Designed for anyone that works in the healthcare sector, this course is designed to ensure proper compliance with regulations and legal requirements associated with handling protected health information (PHI). With the growth of digital technology and the internet, respecting and protecting patient privacy is of the utmost importance to prevent fraud and abuse. In this course, we’ll help you gain a solid understanding of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), learn how HIPPA regulations apply to real-life scenarios, and learn how to implement standard practices within your organization. Focusing on the 5 rules of the Administrative Simplification title within the act, the 20-minute, self-directed learning course includes engaging audio narration, in-line quizzes and a final exam to help you deepen your knowledge and implement best practices from HIPPA.
24. Environmental – Hazardous Waste Management Overview
This lesson is an overview of why hazardous waste management is important, how to handle hazardous waste safely, and how to respond to an unintended release.