IATSE, with the generous support of the Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund, is excited to offer an Bystander Intervention Training – How to stand-up against Bullying and Harassment in the workplace

Date: January 21st

Time: ​12:00PM – 1:30 PM ET

Location: On-Line Virtual Training

Ever witness someone being harassed or bullied at work? Do you ever wish you could help but aren’t sure what to do? This ninety-minute course will introduce you to the five “D” s. These easily accessible tools will give you confidence to safelyintervene without worrying about retaliation.

IATSE has partnered with Right To Be, a social justice organization that specializes in education around bullying and harassment to bring you this training in an industry specific course. The interactive Zoom sessions will be led by Right To Be trainer Hoiyan Pang.

This course is open to all performing arts workers and is being offered at no cost as part of the trainings the IATSE is providing through the Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund. To access this training free of charge, you must register through this link:

English: January 21st Bystander Intervention

Space is limited.

Employers: Are you interested in accessing training funding through the Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund? Contact International Representatives Jason Vergnano or Cindy Jennings to discuss how to apply to receive support for your training initiatives.


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