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This class fulfills the new Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) licensure renewal requirement for a one-hour sexual harassment prevention training. Based on the State of Illinois Department of Human Rights sexual harassment prevention training, this course will be aimed at a social worker audience with specific social work–specific anecdotes and examples.
The course will provide the following: 1) an explanation of sexual harassment consistent with the Illinois Human Rights Act; 2) examples of conduct that may constitute unlawful sexual harassment; 3) a summary of federal and state statutory laws; and 4) a summary of employer responsibilities.
1 Sexual Harassment
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