At some time or another, we have all been a third-party witness to problematic behavior or harassment. What is the role of the bystander? And how do you go from being a passive bystander to someone who takes action?
Bystanders are people who see something they think is wrong and do nothing about it. Upstanders see something wrong and take action. This Bystander Training course presents the various options upstanders can take to intervene in a situation.
Bystander Training consists of a series of ready-made lessons Emtrain has previously authored on upstander intervention and allyship.
The course is designed to meet Chicago's one-hour bystander intervention training requirements.
- Bystander Training (Bystander) (60 Minutes)
A course timer is included in the course. You may deploy a course without a timer using our Course Timer feature.
The course is available in English and 50 languages that have been translated through machine translations if you are hosted on our Emtrain AI platform. If you are a SCORM client, please review this article for more information.
Required Course Elements
No client-provided course elements are required for this course.
Where Can I Find This Course?
This course is available in your content library if you have purchased our Respect Pillar. You may search for it by using the keywords "bystander training" and filtering by programs.
This content seems familiar, have I seen it before?
Content in this course is pulled from various pre-existing Emtrain courses and microlessons. The content hasn't changed, it has just been formatted together to provide one full hour of bystander training. Lessons that have been edited for the Bystander Training course can be identified by "[BYS]" at the start of the lesson description in your content library.
I don't have learners in Chicago. Am I required to deploy this training?
There is no legal requirement to take this training if you do not have employees in Chicago.