Online Courses

At EEO Specialists we understand that it can be difficult to provide in-person training to all staff. In order to help employers comply with their legal responsibility to educate all staff about laws relating to bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination, we have created the following online courses:

These online courses have been purpose-built for Australian laws and can be delivered via our Learning Management System – Learnworlds. They can also be imported into a client’s existing Learning Management System if it is SCORM compliant.

Each online course is approximately 20 minutes in length, easy to understand and complete, has an assessment component and will have your staff, contractors, volunteers or members compliant quickly and effectively.

The online system will give you complete digital records of who has completed the training, when it was completed and how they scored in their assessment. This information is essential to demonstrate that an employer has taken all reasonable steps to educate their staff.

If you would like to view one of our online courses please call Franca Sala Tenna on 0405 134 187.

For more than 10 users, contact us to receive our pricing matrix.

Public Courses

Our next public courses in Perth are as follows:

Contact Officer Workshop

Date: 13th August 2024
Venue: Virtual
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Grievance Officer Workshop

Date: TBC
Venue: TBC
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Grievance Officer Report Writing Workshop

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