Anti-Bullying and Harassment Training

Career stages
Early, Experienced, Expert
ScreenSkills funded

A follow-on from ScreenSkills’ Tackling Harassment and Bullying at Work e-learning module, this course offers a deeper dive into the issue of bullying and harassment in the workplace.

As part of the session, participants will have the chance to explore the various forms that bullying and harassment can take, whilst learning how to better recognise and challenge these behaviours.

By equipping participants with a toolkit of practical advice for addressing issues around bullying and harassment in the workplace, the course aims to promote a sense of collective responsibility amongst industry professionals, in helping to build more harmonious work environments.

This initiative is funded using National Lottery funds awarded to ScreenSkills by the British Film institute as part of the Future Film Skills strategy.

Who it's for

Suitable for anyone working within the screen industries, this training equips attendees with vital skills and tools in recognising harassment and bullying behaviours in yourself and others, and the resources and solutions to address it. 

Training sessions will take place via Zoom. Sessions are for a maximum of 35 participants and tickets for each session will be released one month ahead and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

To join our mailing list to receive a booking reminder, please email us. For more information and booking, visit BIFA here.

What it covers

By the end of the session, participants will be able to: 

  • Identify the difference between bullying and harassment.
  • Describe the benefits of respect in the workplace.
  • Recognise incidents of bullying and harassment in the workplace. 
  • Challenge bullying and harassment wherever they see it.
  • Analyse and take responsibility for their own behaviour towards others.

N.B all participants are required to take the ScreenSkills’ Tackling Harassment and Bullying at Work e-learning module ahead of the session.

How to apply

We're committed to building a fair and inclusive industry, and therefore will continue to offer a limited number of ScreenSkills subsidised and free-of-charge places at our sessions.

However, we do ask that if you are able to pay the course fee of £30+VAT, you kindly do so, to enable us to provide more subsidised places to those that need them. If you require a free or subsidised ticket, please email us.

Contact information

Name: BIFA

British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)

British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)

The British Independent Film Awards celebrate merit and achievement in independently funded British filmmaking, honour new talent and promote British filmmaking and British talent to a wider public.

More from British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)