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Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Learning Path

Everyone deserves a workplace free from harassment and violence. That is why the Government of Canada has taken action through Bill C-65, the federal anti-harassment and violence legislation, to help keep workers in federally regulated workplaces, including the most vulnerable, safe.

The Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention online self-paced courses, case studies and complementary learning resources were designed by the Canada School of Public Service in support of in support of the harassment and violence prevention amendments to Part II of the Canada Labour Code, and new Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations.

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  • Harassment and Violence Prevention for Employees (W101)
    This online self-paced course provides an overview of the Canada Labour Code, Part II, and the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations, with a focus on the responsibilities of employees in the federal jurisdiction.
  • Harassment and Violence Prevention for Managers and Committees/Representatives (W102)
    This online self-paced course focuses on the roles and duties of managers, work place committee members, and health and safety representatives under the Canada Labour Code, Part II, and the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations.
  • Harassment and Violence Prevention for Designated Recipients and Employers (W103)
    This online self-paced course focuses on the roles and duties of designated recipients and employer representatives under the Canada Labour Code, Part II, and the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations.

    Note: Courses W101, W102 and W103 may be considered mandatory training in some departments. Please contact your required training coordinator to inquire about your obligations to undertake this training.

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