About this Event
PLEASE NOTE: This course is for residents of England only.
This course will be delivered by the Manchester College. Please be aware that funding restrictions in some areas may mean that a college cannot accept your application: if this is the case you will be notified which college to reapply to.
This course will run in the classroom every Thursday for 3 weeks. Please note that this course could be moved to blended or online delivery using Microsoft Teams.
Please ensure that you have time off to attend this course and that you have notified the appropriate union branch official or officer that you intend to take the course.
For more information about the course as well as delivery times and modes please contact Mike Dearing: [email protected]
Please note, tickets will cease to be available 2 weeks before the scheduled start date. If you wish to apply after this date, please contact Mike Dearing.
With many surveys now showing that two out of every five people employed suffer as a result of bullying and harassment in the workplace this course is designed to support representatives with an effective strategy for dealing with the problem. It looks at how bullying and harassment in the workplace has developed and will help representatives to have a greater awareness and understanding of what constitutes bullying and harassment, its effects on the individual and the organisation and the health and safety implications.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Manchester College, Quay Street, Manchester, United Kingdom