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TSSA Education: Tackling Bullying and Harassment

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This one-day course explores how to appropriately handle situations where allegations of bullying and/or harassment have been made by or against members. The course is aimed at TSSA reps, or members looking to become more active in the union.

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  • To increase understanding of the legal framework. 
  • To develop an understanding of allyship 
  • To develop a range of techniques to help resolve issues effectively 

Learning outcomes: 

  • Understand the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees 
  • Know the legal distinction between bullying and harassment 
  • Be able to deploy a range of methods to handle cases of bullying or harassment at work. 
  • Understand TSSA’s role in developing an inclusive and supportive workplace culture

Scheme of work: 

  •  The course will involve a mix of online self-paced learning and zoom discussions.
  • The course will last 1 day.
  • Links and resources will be available for reference.
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