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Sexual Harassment Prevention & Ethics

1 hour Ethics

Number of CE Hours: 1 hrs

Note for Illinois Therapists: This course counts for the Illinois Board of Massage and all professions under Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - IL CE Sponsor - 245.000069

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    • Course Description

      Course Description: This course goes in depth into the subject of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. It discusses everything from its definition to the proper steps to report it, should that become necessary. 

      One of the biggest issues is coming to an agreement about what sexual harassment actually is. There are certain behaviors that accompany sexual harassment, and there are certain personality types that engage in that behavior. The thing to remember is that any type of harassment is linked to a desire for power. Sexual harassment is tied to the need for power; that is the same for both male and female harassers.
      There are different types of harassment. People in professions where their clients are asked to disrobe in order to receive treatment are vulnerable to harassment accusations. There are some things that both professionals and clients can do to thwart sexual harassment, including tweaking the wardrobe and choosing our words with care.
      There may come a time when you might have to either formally file a complaint or defend yourself if a complaint has been filed against you. There are certain steps that you need to follow in order to make sure your claim is taken seriously. Most of the time, these cases area dealt with in-house; in other words, the company takes care of the issue themselves. Regardless, it is smart to know what you need in the event of a sexual harassment episode.
      Common sense will go a long way in preventing and dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace. Knowing your rights and steps to take will relieve a lot of uncertainty if something happens. If something looks and feels wrong, it probably is. It is perfectly fine to speak up!

      Goal: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to define the components of sexual harassment, compare and contrast sexual harassment versus flippant remarks, list the most common behaviors associated with sexual harassers, and steps to take when it becomes necessary to take action and file a complaint.

    • Course Objectives

      Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to  master the following objectives with a minimum of 70% accuracy:

      Define “Sexual Harassment”.
      List the common behaviors associated with sexual harassment
      Explain the possible causes of sexual harassment
      Categorize the three (3) types of men who harass
      Describe the most common types of harassment in the workplace
      Discuss the possible reasons for the delay in reporting these types of crimes
      Cite possible ways to prevent sexual harassment
      Recount the steps in making a formal report
    • What Happens After Ordering

      After ordering, you will login to your account on this website

      You will then be able to access your course under ‘1-Course Study Material’.

      Once ready to take the online exam, you will click '2- Take Exam’. Then click ‘Start’ next to your exam name.

      All the directions are in the course, or you can look at our 'Directions' page. The link is on the bottom of this website under 'Quick Links'.

      If you pass, you will see your certificate immediately.

      You have one year from purchase date to complete your exam(s). If you come close to the expiration date and need longer, you can purchase an extension of time of 6 months. You can purchase this within your account or by giving us a call.

    • Courses ARE

      ---100% online and mobile friendly by most mobile devices.

      ---Instant Access to course material and online exams.

      ---Courses are available to view within your account or you can download the course as a PDF file that you can save to your computer or flash drive. If you download the PDF file, you will need to have Adobe Reader on your computer or download an Adobe Reader App on your Phone.

      ---Home Study / Online Courses

    • Courses are NOT

      ---Are NOT Videos

      ---Are NOT Audio

      ---Are NOT Mailed Out (meaning in paper form)

      ---Are NOT In Person/Live Class Hours and will not be accepted as such by your state.

    • Getting Credit and Renewal Information

      ---FL and GA Licensed Massage Therapists- We submit credits at least once a week to CEBROKER.

      ---Louisiana Licensed Massage Therapists- We submit credit at least once a week to your Board for approved courses. Any courses taken that are not approved by LA will not be submitted. For a list of approved courses please go to our Louisiana page at The link to our states page is on the bottom of this site.

      ---Be sure to check your state and national organizations for information about renewal.

      ---For all states, you should search specifically for courses that you know are accepted for your state. This includes, but not limited to New York, North Dakota, Louisiana and Texas.

      ---If you are unsure as to what your state requires or need their contact information, go to our States page. The link is on the bottom of this site under 'Quick Links'.



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accepted by
  • Non-Technique
  • ABMP
  • AMTA
  • and most states
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee

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