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It’s timeTo sign up to sexual harassment prevention training

timeTo is the campaign to stamp out sexual harassment in the advertising and media industry.

It’s a campaign that’s more important than ever.

According to our most recent survey, Almost half (49%) of industry professionals believe that sexual harassment in the workplace will be more of a problem when businesses return to the office this year, compared with their experiences over lockdown.

That’s unacceptable.

Together, we need to take action, and we can do that by raising awareness – the key to ending sexual harassment. Our timeTo training sessions are designed to do just that.

Sign up, and one of our expert trainers will deliver a two-hour interactive session. They’ll give practical guidance on sexual harassment at work to increase your staff’s understanding of what is and what isn’t acceptable in the workplace.

All funds raised from our training sessions will be put back into timeTo to help us stamp out sexual harassment in our industry for good.

Book now or find out more by emailing us on [email protected] 

 

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What’s on offer?

  • A two-hour session for 15 delegates (maximum 20 for an additional fee), led by one of our expert trainers via Zoom
  • All delegates will receive an digital booklet, plus a timeTo badge confirming they have attended the training

Who is the course for?

  • All organisations in the advertising and media industry, irrespective of whether they are timeTo endorser companies

Why sign up?

As an employer, you have a legal obligation to take action to prevent sexual harassment from happening in your workplace. Our timeTo sexual harassment prevention training is an important and effective way to do this.

Education is the key to ending sexual harassment in our industry for good.

Course content:

  • What constitutes sexual harassment at work: behaviour that crosses the line and high-risk situations in which it could occur
  • What to do if you have experienced or witnessed sexual harassment: getting help and support after an incident; the role of the bystander; how to report sexual harassment
  • Current legislation: the law surrounding sexual harassment at work and how it affects you
  • Responsibilities at an organisational and an individual level: your company policy; how to help stamp out sexual harassment at work

What delegates will leave with:

  • An increased understanding of what sexual harassment is (whether online or in the office);
  • Why and how it happens in our industry and how people who experience this are impacted;
  • An increased awareness of legal and ethical frameworks and “report and support” options; and
  • An increased level of skill and confidence in challenging sexual harassment.

How can I find out more and sign up?

  • In partnership with
  • Advertising Association
  • WACL
  • NABS