Preventing Workplace Harassment Online Course
All Mount Holyoke employees are expected to know and understand the College’s policies on unlawful harassment and discrimination and to abide by them. Employees of the College are mandated by federal law to report instances of harrassment and discrimination that they witness or that is reported to them.
To support employees with their obligations, the College has provided the following training to help employees learn how to recognize and prevent unlawful harassment.
Below are the steps to access and complete United Educator’s Preventing Workplace Harassment Online Course, which is designed to provide an overview of the problems of discrimination and harassment and how to prevent it.
- To begin, click here: https://www.edurisklearning.org
- Create a new account on the right side of the screen. United Educator's Training modules, The EduRisk Learning Portal, is distinct from the www.ue.org and requires a different username and password. Your existing password for www.ue.org will not work in the EDURISK portal.
- Enter the following registration code: 3677-2267-XY12
- Fill out the New Account Form with your details. Provide information about your role at the institution and then create a user name and password. Keep a record of this, as other courses may be added in the future.
- Once you are logged onto the United Educators website, please find the section titled Preventing Workplace Harassment and click launch this learning program.
- Once the program has launched, select the Workplace Harassment Prevention 110.
This course is based on thousands of harassment claims against colleges the United Educators (UE) has handled. UE is a licensed insurance company owned and governed by more than 1,100 member educational institutions; Mount Holyoke was a founding member. Preventing Workplace Harassment was developed by a UE employment lawyer who has studied and written extensively on court expectations regarding harassment prevention training. In addition, the course was extensively tested by attorneys, human resources professionals and others at colleges and universities throughout the country.