New Mandatory Anti-Harassment Training for 2020
We recognize that mandatory training may feel like a chore, but don’t worry! EDI provides high-quality, engaging online content through the NIH Learning Management System to assist you in meeting NIH’s mandatory training requirement.
A new online Anti-Harassment training was launched last year. There are several changes associated with this new training:
- The training encompasses requirements for both the Notification and Federal Employee Anti-discrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) and Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH) trainings;
- This new Anti-Harassment training is required for NIH federal employees, trainees, fellows, and contractors;
- The training must be taken annually and is due by December 14th of each year (or within 90 days of onboarding); and
- Failure to comply with the training requirement will result in the disablement of active directory accounts until the requirement is met. Any individual whose active directory account is disabled is unable to sign into their computer or access emails.
Since some learners prefer in-person instruction, we also offer live instructor led training sessions designed for managers and supervisors as well live sessions for employees. Participation in these live training sessions also satisfy the mandatory training requirement!
*Please note that individuals who have already taken the No FEAR and POSH trainings this calendar year, either via the prior online module, an instructor led class or new employee orientation (NEO), have already met the training requirement for this year. If you have any questions regarding satisfaction of the requirement, please contact your IC’s mandatory training coordinator.