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Mobile Friendly's training program is designed to meet all the requirements of California Assembly Bills AB 1825 and AB 2053 and California's Senate Bill SB 396. You can read the AB 1825 bill here. You can read the AB 2053 bill here. You can read the SB 396 bill here.The following table shows the course requirements defined by the bill and how's course meets those requirements. If you require additional information, please Contact Us.

This training is required for all supervisory employees.

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At least two hours "of classroom or other effective interactive training and education regarding sexual harassment," Course is timed and requires at least two hours to complete.
Information and practical guidance regarding federal and state statutory provisions concerning the prohibition against, and the prevention and correction of, sexual harassment Included in course's curriculum.
Require that the training and education include prevention of abusive conduct Included in course's curriculum.
(New – Added to comply with AB 2053)
Require that the training and education include harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation Included in course's curriculum.
(New – Added to comply with SB 396)
The remedies available to victims of sexual harassment in employment Included in course's curriculum.
Specifically include practical examples aimed at instructing supervisors in the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Included in course's curriculum.
Presented by trainers or educators with "knowledge and expertise" in the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Designed by experts in sexual harassment and corporate training.
Effective interactive training Course broken down into several chapters and includes periodic quizzes to test reader's knowledge and comprehension. The Department of Fair Employment and Housing has strongly suggested that web-based training will be acceptable as "interactive" training under AB 1825.
Record Retention

We meet the requirements for sexual harassment prevention training record maintenance. We retain all of the following following training records for at least two years:

  • Date of training.
  • Names of attendees (the supervisors being trained).
  • Names of trainers or training providers.
  • Types of training (e.g., e-learning).
  • Sign-in sheet.
  • Copies of all written training materials (e.g., company policies and procedures, handouts, exercises, quizzes).
  • Copies of all recorded training materials (e.g., videos, webinars).
  • Copies of all written questions received and all written responses or guidance provided during any webinar or e-learning.
  • Copies of any certificates provided (certificate of completion or certificate of attendance). (§11024(b))
Training for farm labor contractors and supervisorial employees We also include training for farm labor contractors and employees in accordance with California's SB-1087.