Enrollment in this course is by invitation emailed from LawRoom, and is not available through STARS.
If you are new to Stanford, read the enrollment details here.
Re-Training: During the odd-numbered “training” years, all Stanford faculty and supervisors must complete the sexual harassment prevention training program.
If you have completed this training in the past, you already have a training record in LawRoom's database.
When the SHPO launches the new training program in the Spring, you will receive an invitation with registration instructions for the course. Contact the Sexual Harassment Policy Office if you do not receive your invitation.
The invitation will come by email. It will be FROM: Stanford University, School of Medicine, or SLAC. You will also see “email@example.com” in the From: field.
The SUBJECT will be: Required Harassment Training: Registration Info
This email is not spam; please do not delete it. It contains:
The online course is always available. During the odd-numbered re-training years, the Sexual Harassment Policy Office also offers a live training option. Register for your choice by logging in to LawRoom.
Depending on your preference, you may choose either of these training programs in the "training" years:
The SHPO has worked with LawRoom to customize this program specifically for Stanford. The law requires you to spend at least two hours on the course.
What people are saying about the online course:
" I can't count how many online courses I have had to complete for work. This one is by far the best!!”
“The new examples were refreshingly interesting and relevant; the videos were interesting, thought-provoking, convincing. The interactive pieces were actually enjoyable. Great!”
This course is approved for MCLE and HRCI credit
The SHPO presents several lively two-hour workshops. The dramatic scenes and interactive discussion focus on university-relevant scenarios. They are brought to you by Rebecca Stockley and her company, Reality Theater. Ms Stockley is a founding member of San Francisco's improvisational theater, BATS Improv.
What people are saying about the live program:
“Fantastic presentation and good mix of policy and live theater.” “Fun and engaging”
“It is a great program, and immediately gets everyone involved.”
This course is approved for MCLE credit