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Preventing Bullying & Harassment in the Workplace – Training Feedback

We recently ran a half-day awareness raising session for a further education college on Preventing bullying and harassment in the workplace.

From the post-course feedback scores, the trainer Elizabeth Ann Morris  was given a 94% overall score and every delegate said they would recommend the course to a colleague.

Here are some of the delegate comments:

Preventing Bullying & Harassment Delegate feedback

“Well worth the time – should be mandatory for everyone at all levels”
“It will help me be a better HR Advisor”
“Very informative & engaging”
“Very positive & thought provoking”
“Great, informative course”
“Good to get a chance to take a step back & re-evaluate”
“I am now in a position to be more aware of my own behaviours & how I come across”
“nip bullying in the bud & be more confident to ask people to stop saying/ doing things which upset me”

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