Illinois Sexual Harassment Awareness for Supervisors

1 module


Course Length
120 mins

Compliance Training Group



​This e-learning course lasts approximately two hours, and includes slide-based instruction, animated video scenarios, interactive decision-making exercises, and a final test. Participants in this course will comply with training requirements of Illinois SB75, having undergone an annual sexual harassment prevention training that includes the following elements:

  • An explanation of sexual harassment
  • Examples of conduct that constitute unlawful sexual harassment
  • A summary of relevant state and federal laws prohibiting sexual harassment and the remedies for violations of these laws
  • A summary of the employer’s responsibility to prevent, investigate, and correct sexual harassment.

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  • Our e-Learning training courses are designed for single-learner use only. Each purchased enrollment may be used for a single individual. Upon completion, the user will be provided with a certificate of completion reflecting their name and date.
  • Users are provided with 30 days from their user login activation date to complete their training. An extension period of one week can be requested at no additional charge (please contact Support).
  • Buyers are granted access to their e-learning course(s) upon purchase. Therefore, e-learning courses purchased through our store are nonrefundable.

Credits Earned Upon Course Completion:

  • 1.0 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) - SHRM
  • 1.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - HRCI


Learners Will

  • Define sexual harassment using the words contained in SB75
  • Differentiate between welcome, and unwelcome advances
  • Recall an example of “quid pro quo” style harassment and identify it as such.
  • Recall an example of “hostile environment” style harassment and identify it as such.
  • Identify the effect of relevant Federal Laws
    • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • The Civil Rights act of 1991
  • Identify the effect of relevant State Laws
    • Illinois Human Rights Act
    • Hotel and Casino Employee Safety Act
    • Workplace Transparency Act
    • Illinois Victims’ Economic Security and Safety Act (VESSA)
    • Sexual Harassment Representation Act
  • Identify the three types of legal remedies that may be enacted when a court finds that a law has been violated.
  • Identify an employer’s responsibilities under Federal Law
  • Recognize conditions in which an employer is liable for sexual harassment
  • Identify an employer’s responsibilities under State Law


By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Illinois Sexual Harassment Awareness for Supervisors (Certificate of Completion)


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