LGNSW e-Learning

This course is available via:


Self-paced online training
Compliance and on-boarding


Learning and Development

Phone: 02 9242 4000
[email protected]

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Bullying and Harassment Prevention

Workplace bullying is profoundly damaging to the wellbeing of people, both at work and at home. Not only that, it’s estimated that it costs Australia anywhere between $6 billion and $36 billion each year.

This module inducts learners into the features and impacts of bullying and harassment.

Using engaging and relevant video case studies, it identifies unacceptable workplace behaviours and outlines the roles of employees and managers in dealing with those behaviours. In addition, the module indicates some formal and informal actions that may be taken when bullying or harassment is identified. These are demonstrated through common workplace scenarios.

It focuses on staff awareness and responsibilities, but it addresses the role of the supervisor.

It contains the following topics of content:

  • How to define bullying and harassment in the workplace
  • Identify the impacts of bullying and harassment
  • Identify the options available for resolution– how bullies operate; case studies in bullying and harassment; formal and informal resolution approaches.
  • Responsibilities of staff and managers in bullying and harassment situations.
  • Tips for ensuring a harassment-free workplace.

The module is tailored to local government staff and will provide relevant local government examples derived from HR professionals, to help transfer the learning to the workplace.

This online, individual self-paced module can be completed over 12 months.

Duration: 30 minutes plus a quiz


Discounts apply to 20 or more licences. Contact [email protected] to enquire.