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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Illinois Optometrists

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Illinois Optometrists

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Illinois Optometrists

Ms. Beth Karmis and Ms. Maritza Lopez
Ms. Beth Karmis and Ms. Maritza Lopez
on behalf of Illinois College of Optometry

$30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00

$30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00

$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
$ 30.00 $ 30.00 $ 30.00
Normal Price: $30.00 $30.00

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Launch date: 31 May 2019
Expiry Date: 31 Mar 2022

Last updated: 12 Nov 2019

Reference: 194285

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Dr Kim Briggs Krager (9 Oct 2019)
Audio was a little low in some areas, however, course subject matter nicely done.
Dr Mindy Nguyen (9 Aug 2019)
good but at times hard to hear especially the second speaker (Maritza)
(8 Oct 2019)
Volume was too soft, I missed half of it.

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Description

This course is in fulfillment of the Department of Professional Regulation Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois Sec. 2501-15.5. The content includes the definition of “Sexual Harassment”. It addresses both the types and forms of conduct that constitute sexual harassment. The course discusses what an optometrist should do either as a witness to or victim of sexual harassment. Various response and reporting activities are will be delineated. Options for both internal and external reporting will be outlined. Retaliation and whistle-blowing protections will also be covered. The course includes 4 scenarios intended to guide the course participant through determination whether sexual harassment has occurred and through potential responses or reporting steps. The course culminates in a 10 question exam. ONLICE COURSES DO NOT COUNT AS CERTIFIED (TQ) CE.

Objectives

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
Through completion of this course participants should have a clear understanding of the conduct that constitutes sexual harassment and be familiar with the forms and various types of behavior. The participants will have familiarity with the ‘best practices’ for responding to incidents as they happen and reporting internally or externally if appropriate. Participants should realize that there are protections in place to ensure safe reporting. Finally, course participants will have a framework for possible modifications to make in their current work environment to help prevent future incidents of sexual harassment.
Ms. Beth Karmis and Ms. Maritza Lopez

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Ms. Beth Karmis and Ms. Maritza Lopez
on behalf of Illinois College of Optometry

Beth Karmis
Senior Director of Student Development
Title IX Coordinator
Illinois College of Optometry

Ms. Maritza Lopez
Director of Human Resources
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Illinois College of Optometry

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User Reviews (43)

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Dr Kim Briggs Krager (9 Oct 2019)
Audio was a little low in some areas, however, course subject matter nicely done.
Dr Mindy Nguyen (9 Aug 2019)
good but at times hard to hear especially the second speaker (Maritza)
(8 Oct 2019)
Volume was too soft, I missed half of it.
(7 Oct 2019)
Poor Audio
Dr Caprice Smith-Lawson (7 Oct 2019)
Good info, but difficulty hearing the speakers
(7 Nov 2019)
I didn't have any trouble hearing either speaker.
(6 Nov 2019)
This is helpful
(6 Jul 2019)
The audio on this lecture is horrible. I have my laptop turned to 100 on volume and the program setting on maximum capacity. I still was sitting in complete silence so I could here the presenters.
Dr Derrald Taylor OD, MS (6 Aug 2019)
Poor audio
(5 Sep 2019)
poor sound
Dr Randall Kittle (5 Nov 2019)
Good information, no problem on the volume as others had in past, however, speakings were not the most interesting speakers
Dr Brittney Brady (5 Aug 2019)
Overall good review course
Dr Stephanie Messner OD (4 Oct 2019)
The content was well organized, logical and prepared me for the questions that followed. I found the audio quality to be excellent and had no issues hearing either speaker. I think that the audio may have been re-recorded to improve the quality. The process of completing this requirement was painless.
(4 Nov 2019)
Good information, but very hard to hear
(30 Sep 2019)
Very hard to hear. Speakers can be more energetic and engaging.
(30 Sep 2019)
Poor audio quality.
Dr Vincent Brandys OD (30 Jul 2019)
audio was poor, context was good
Dr Roger Blank OD (29 Aug 2019)
Very straightforward presentation applicable to anyone... with the last 12 minutes or so pertaining to optometrists. Sound quality was not an issue (I wore headphones). Slides were clear and concise. Dr. Roger Blank
Dr James Stevens (29 Aug 2019)
Initially, the sound was absent. After clicking the "back" arrow on the bottom control bar, the sound came on. After that there was not problem with the sound.
Dr John Sterczek (28 Sep 2019)
good info to know
Dr Elyse Chaglasian OD (27 Oct 2019)
Very pertinent and timely information. I know others had issues with the audio, but there were no problems at all using my laptop.
(27 Jun 2019)
The audio quality of the presentation particular presentation was poor. I also disagree with Illinois' decision to have this course mandated as a condition for Illinois optometry license renewal.
Dr Linda Murray OD (27 Jun 2019)
Terrible audio, especially when discussing the presented scenarios
Dr Jeffrey Getzell (26 Jun 2019)
The quality for what was audible was very good. Audio terrible in general. Unable to hear portions. Unfair to take a test on material that is inaudible.
(25 Sep 2019)
Audio is ridiculous....
(24 Sep 2019)
Please, do something with the sound. The audio is very hard to hear....
Dr Jay Charles Black (24 Sep 2019)
audio needs improvement
(24 Sep 2019)
Audio very poor.
Dr Christine Allison OD (24 Jun 2019)
Audio was very poor on my computer for some reason.
Caitlyn McHugh (20 Sep 2019)
Poor audio quality towards the end.
Dr Dennis DeLee OD (20 Oct 2019)
Easy to understand with good documentation. Made me think.
(2 Oct 2019)
Sometimes difficult to hear the speakers. Is there a way to turn up the volume? My computer had the volume all the way up.
(19 Oct 2019)
easy, useful, comprehensive
(19 Oct 2019)
Slides were choppy. Shouldn’t have to search for and activate audio on each slide. Should just advance with arrows to continue.
(19 Jun 2019)
Unnecessary, I've taken 3 sexual harassment courses in the past year for various organizations. I wish there was some form of global accepted class so I wouldn't have to repeat it often.
Dr CURTIS WEAVER OD (19 Jun 2019)
Course was good and, at times, promoted some thought provoking information. The audio on this course is terribly low in volume. Could barely hear the content.
Dr David Spengel OD (18 Jul 2019)
ok
Janice Petersen Easty (17 Sep 2019)
Very difficult to hear.
Dr Jenniffer Shiple O.D. (14 Oct 2019)
Difficult to hear Maritza Lopez at times during presentation.
(14 Aug 2019)
The audio needs improvement.
Dr Judith Weinstein OD (13 Oct 2019)
One speaker spoke very softly and was difficult to hear.
(11 Nov 2019)
Audio needs to be louder.
(11 Nov 2019)
would be helpful to provide more scenarios, especially those not as clearly defined

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