Bystander Training

Create Allyship in the Workplace

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A bystander is someone who witnesses something wrong happening to an individual or group and doesn’t do anything about it. An upstander intervenes when an individual or group is verbally or physically attacked or bullied by others and takes action. Being an upstander in the workplace creates belonging and allyship and improves relationships. Emtrain's Bystander Training is designed to meet Chicago's one-hour bystander intervention training requirements.

Course Description
Emtrain's Bystander Training consists of a series of ready-made lessons Emtrain has authored on upstander intervention and allyship. Bystander training teaches employees how to go from being a bystander to an upstander and build allyship.Interactive polling questions in the course give employers real insight into how employees feel about the concepts and culture skills presented. Emtrain’s innovative Ask the Expert feature gives learners direct access to course experts.

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Course Snapshot

Course length: 60 minutes

Audience: Managers and employees

Key Concepts

  • The definition and concept of bystanders and upstanders
  • How employees can go from bystander to upstander
  • How to create more respectful interactions 
  • Creating allyship, belonging, and inclusion
  • How to encourage employees to speak up at work
  • Why self-awareness is a workplace skill

Course Features

  • Optional program timer
  • Policy acknowledgement tool
  • Ask the Expert
  • Extensive customization options

Course Experts

Janine Yancey
Business Compliance & Workplace Culture Expert
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