Sexual Harassment and Inappropriate Behaviour
Webinar Series

#DriveitOut

This series of five webinars, in partnership with Brabners, will cover how to spot when something is wrong, tackle those difficult conversations, promote safe working spaces and more.

All webinars will be uploaded to this page once completed. You can register to attend them for free on our events page.

Webinar 1

The first webinar, which took place on 16th December 2021, was an introduction to the issue of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour/culture in the ambulance service, exploring what we mean by harassment (the legal definition), the issues of harassment in the workplace generally and in this sector in particular, what are the causes of this culture and what should a positive workplace look like? 

Webinar 2

This session took place on Thursday 20th January 2022 and looked at how to identify harassment and bullying, the protection provided by the law, considering how what one person finds offensive another may not, and how this is borne out in case law and HCPC cases.

Webinar 3

This session, which took place on Wednesday 2nd March 2022, looked at how to speak out (for yourself and others) – having difficult conversations.



Webinar 4

Dealing with issues of harassment, bullying and inappropriate behaviours in the workplace can be highly upsetting, stressful and sometimes traumatic. Speaking out for yourself or others can be nerve-wracking.

This session, which took place on Thursday 28th April 2022, looked at how to provide you with tools to support self-care and build resilience, as well as signposting some of the external support available.



Webinar 5

The fifth and final webinar in this series will take place on Thursday 19th May 2022 at 10am, and will explore the topic of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviours in the workplace. 

In the previous webinars we provided guidance about how to feel empowered to speak up and try to resolve issues of inappropriate behaviour informally. However, sometimes, formal action is required. In this webinar we will focus on the legal protections and formal routes available to employees who are facing harassment or bullying in the workplace. 

Free to attend and open to everyone 
CPD certificates provided.

Please register through our Events page.