Live & On-Demand Webinars-On-Site Workshops

IACET, standuptobullying.net, Bullying and Workplace Harassment Prevention, webinar or workshop, ceu

Choose an on-site workshop program or a live or on-demand webinar. All three will address bullying and harassment in a format that has proven to be engaging, and designed for long-term, meaningful learning. 


Webinars are available live or pre-recorded and are available for attendees to view at any time, on any device. Attendees will be individually evaluated for comprehension of materials. 


As an IACET Accredited Provider, standuptobullying.net offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. Standuptobullying.net is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.


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Bullying and Workplace Harassment Prevention

This fast-paced webinar or workshop is focused on creating real workplace change. Staff will learn to confidently handle even the most difficult workplace bullying situations. Participants will receive training in identifying, stopping and preventing disruptive behaviors that create hostile work environments.


This fun and fast-paced workshop demonstrates precisely what staff and administrators can say and do when workplace bullying or harassment occurs to immediately make positive changes while building a stronger sense of community, enhancing communication and protecting worker rights.

Subject Areas

  • Defining Workplace Bullying and Harassment
  • Behavior and Warning Signs
  • Stopping the Behavior: What the Research Says Works
  • Preventing Workplace Bullying
  • Contractual Protections Regarding Workplace Bullying
  • Harassment and civil Rights Law
  • Identifying a Hostile Work Environment
  • Protections from Harassment Under the Law
  • Hostile Work Environment Activity
  • Workplace Fact Sheet Handout
  • and more...

Professional Development for Teachers and School Staff

Bullying often goes undetected in schools. In fact, adults typically identify less than 10 percent of bullying incidents -- partly because bullying tends to occur in unsupervised areas and partly because many adults simply do not understand the dynamics of bullying. Adults throughout the school community -- including administrators, teachers, health personnel, bus drivers, and cafeteria workers -- require training on this important issue if they are to understand, recognize, and know how to deal with bullying.


Get your staff on to the “same page“ concerning bullying prevention and discipline. Our on-site and on-demand workshops for teachers and school staff stops bullying in four easy steps while providing a ‘same page’ response from staff that prevents bullying before it starts. You’ll find easy to use lessons and activities you’ll use every day to teach empathy and respect. Learn how to improve the culture of your school and motivate student bystanders to get involved and stop bullying.


Subject Areas


  • Defining Bullying, Cyber Bullying, Social Aggression And Other Misconduct
  • Identifying Bullying Before it Starts
  • Types of Bullying, Targets and Bystanders
  • “Same Page” Mentality to Stop Bullying
  • 4-Step Response to Stop Bullying
  • Playful Teasing vs. Hurtful Taunting
  • Consequences to Addresses Bullying
  • Staff Responsibility
  • Tattling vs. Telling
  • State and Local Policies and Regulations Related to Bullying
  • Legal Requirements Concerning Bullying
  • and more...

Webinars, Workshops & Assemblies for Students, Staff, and Parents

In a fast-paced and fun environment students learn about physical, verbal, cyber bullying and social aggression, gender differences in bullying and the critical role of the bystander.


This dynamic and refreshing presentation teaches new high-level techniques that can be used by teachers, administrators or recess monitors right away. Best of all, these techniques can be plugged into to existing programs or used on their own.


Subject Areas


  • Defining Bullying, Harassment and Social Aggression
  • Playful Teasing vs. Hurtful Taunting
  • Effectively Responding to Bullying and Social Aggression
  • Showing Others Respect, Compassion and Friendship
  • Expectation of the Bystander
  • Practice Role-Plays
  • Group Participation
  • Small Group Projects
  • and more...

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