Sexual Harassment Training

The primary goal of the training is to be in compliance with AB 1825 (California Government Code 12950.1), which mandates that employers who do business in California and employ 50 or more employees (independent contractors and temps are included in the 50+ number) provide two hours of sexual harassment prevention training to supervisors at least once every two years.

The training mandated by California’s AB 1825 must be of a high quality, conducted via classroom or other effective interactive training and must include the following topics:

Information and practical guidance regarding federal and state statutory laws about sexual harassment.
Information about the correction of sexual harassment and the remedies available to victims of sexual harassment.
Practical examples aimed at instructing supervisors in the prevention of sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.

Program Outline

People learn when they are involved in the training process. The harassment prevention training program is a fun and interactive training that is presented in a quiz game show format. Participants will compete against each other in their knowledge of harassment prevention.

This training program complies with California’s 2 hour sexual harassment training requirement – AB 1825. All questions are based on case law and hypothetical case scenarios that provide the opportunity for group discussion. Participants will learn the different types of sexual harassment, what their liability could be in a harassment charge, the company liability, what to do if they receive a complaint, and what to do if they feel harassed.

At the end of the program the participants will receive a certificate of completion.


Barbara Trumbly
Barbara Trumbly

Barbara is s a senior professional in human resources with more than fifteen years providing leadership and direction for the management of human resources. As a seasoned consultant, Barbara’s in-depth knowledge of human resources, coupled with her strong analytical skills and practical approach, enable her to work effectively with all levels of an organization. She has worked with clients to deliver custom and practical solutions to their human resource challenges. Projects have included: training and development, strategic human resources planning, leadership development, assessing individual and group performance, compensation and benefits programs. Barbara regularly volunteers for advisory and leadership roles to help serve the human resources profession. Barbara is currently with Centricity Solutions