As a Registered Apprenticeship Program, the Detroit Institute of Gastronomy and Soil2Serivce fosters a workplace environment where all apprentices feel safe, welcomed, and treated fairly. Providing required anti-harassment training to apprentices and those who work with them can contribute to the establishment of such an environment.
US-DOL Anti-Harassment Training
Utlizing the US-Department of Labor, office of Apprenticehip training materials, Detroit Institute of Gastronomy is proud to present this FREE anti-harassment training course.
Upon completion of this training, you will:
*Be able to define unlawful harassment
*Be able to provide examples of various types of conduct that constitute inappropriate and/or unlawful behavior
*Be aware that harassing behaviors will not be permitted
*Know how to take appropriate action if you are being harassed, or are a witness or bystander to harassment
*Know how to report harassment
*Be aware that retaliation will not be tolerated when acomplaint is raised
The apprenticeship Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) regulations require sponsors to provide anti-harassment training to apprentices and other individuals, including mentors/journey-level workers, who regularly work with apprentices. The training may be provided virtually. The U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship has developed a set of resources that Detroit Institute of Gastronomy customized to provide anti-harassment training.