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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training 2022 Requirements

Non-supervisory Employee, Academic Staff, and Postdocs Harassment Prevention Training to be Assigned in February 2022

Harassment Prevention Training for Contingent Non-supervisory Employees was assigned in 2021 with a 30-day due date. Retrain year in 2023.

Supervisor and Faculty Sexual Harassment Prevention Training was due 12/1/2021. Retrain year in 2023.


The first phase of training for Non-Supervisory Employees, Academic Staff, and Postdocs began in 2020. 

California Senate Bill 1343 now 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.

The second phase of non-supervisory employee training for contingent employees (including casual, temporary staff, student workers, and those contingents who instruct students such as lecturers, instructors, visiting, adjunct professors or other teaching titles), began in April 2021 with a 30-day due date. 

Please learn more by reviewing the following FAQ flyers:

Employee FAQs 2021

Manager FAQs 2021

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 course (AB1825) will be launched to all faculty and supervisors (including coaches) this May 2021.


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.

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For Supervisors and Faculty

  • All staff who supervise Stanford employees (including casuals, temps, and students)
  • Faculty: members of the Academic Council
  • Emeritus faculty who are recalled
  • Performance, Research, Teaching, and Applied Research Faculty
  • Med Center Line Faculty
  • Clinician Educators on Stanford payroll
  • Coaches and Assistant Coaches
  • Senior Lecturers
  • Senior Fellows on Stanford payroll
  • Artists in Residence
  • Those listed in "supervisory" job codes, even if they don't supervise.
  • Those listed as supervisors in the PeopleSoft "Reports To" field
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NEW or recently promoted to a supervisory position? Learn how to sign up.

For Academic Staff and Postdocs

Who are Academic Staff?

  • Instructors
  • Lecturers (Senior lecturers take supervisor training)
  • Consulting and Acting faculty
  • Graduate teaching assistants, course assistants
  • Postdoctoral scholars
  • Other academic and research staff
  • Visiting academics: professors, fellows, scholars
  • Research associates

All new non-supervisory employees and academic staff are required to complete the online course within six months of their start date.

Harassment Prevention for Non-Supervisory Employees, Academic Staff, and Postdocs (Registration Information for SHP-2020)

For Non-Supervisory Employees

Newly-hired staff who do not supervise need to complete :

Harassment Prevention for Non-Supervisory Employees, Academic Staff, and Postdocs (Registration Information for SHP-2020)

This program represents a renewed effort to educate University members about illegal forms of discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Learn about resources, clarify your obligation to report, how to assist survivors, and be a positive “upstander” in the Stanford community.

If you are a new supervisor or faculty member, do not take this course. Instead, take the supervisor course.

I don't think I have to take supervisor training

If you...

  • have already completed harassment prevention training;
  • have received an invitation, but think you are not required to take this training;
  • have another question about whether you need to train;

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