Training and Compliance
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training 2022 Requirements
2022 is a Sexual Harassment Prevention Retrain Year for Non-supervisory Employees, Academic Staff, and Postdocs
California Senate Bill 1343 mandates training in sexual and gender-based harassment and abusive conduct for ALL non-supervisory employees, academic staff, postdocs, and contingent employees (including casual, Stanford temporary employees, and student-staff) every two years. If you are a supervisor or faculty member, please do not complete this course. This is only for non-supervisory employees.
Faculty and supervisors retrain every odd year.
Non-supervisory employees, academic staff, and postdocs retrain every even year.
Non-supervisory contingent employees, including casuals, Stanford temporary and student employees, retrain every odd year.
Please learn more by reviewing the following FAQ flyers:
Please note that Stanford’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER) has launched a separate NCAA state mandated training for DAPER supervisors and coaches. The NCAA education program does not exempt supervisors and coaches from the California mandated Sexual Harassment Prevention and Discrimination Education courses that are administered by the SHARE-Title IX Education Office. The SHP Education & Prevention (AB1825) course is administered every odd calendar year. For information about the NCAA harassment prevention mandate, please contact DAPER at email@example.com.
Updated on January 2022
Stanford requires all faculty and staff to complete programs that encourage members of the University community to explore ways in which we can nurture respectful workplaces, classrooms, campus living spaces and programs sponsored by the University.
Topics include illegal forms of gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment and other forms of sexual violence in our community, reporting obligations, campus resources, how to assist survivors, and how to be a positive “UPstander”.
Find your required course
California state law mandates specific requirements for faculty & supervisors under California Assembly Bill 1825.
California state law mandates specific requirements for all non-supervisory employees, academic staff, post docs, and contingent employees under California Senate Bill 1343.
Consult the Course Comparison Table for an overview of the course options.
Customized training for students, departments, and university programs is available by request.
Questions about Training
Stanford's training programs are designed to be accessible to all trainees. If you have accessibility concerns related to training, we can provide assistance and options for fulfulling your training requirement.
SHARE Education for Faculty, Staff, and Postdocs:
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