Workplace Sexual Harassment and Bystander Intervention | Webinar

23 Jun Workplace Sexual Harassment and Bystander Intervention | Webinar


Have you experienced sexual harassment at work, or want to know more about your legal rights?

Have you witnessed sexual harassment but didn’t know what to do? Want to learn more about Bystander Intervention Strategies?

Join the Peterborough Community Legal Centre and Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre for a two-hour online training session to learn about workplace sexual harassment and Bystander Intervention Strategies.

Bystander Intervention Training is an interactive workshop to empower, enable, and educate attendees to be able to identify, assess, and de-escalate situations. In this presentation, we will define what Bystander Intervention is, identify key techniques to an intervention, allow the audience to identify barriers to intervening, and practice their intervention strategies by discussing scenarios provided.


July 21, 2020 | 1:00-3:00 PM EST


Online webinar. All necessary dial-in information will be provided to those who register.

Facilitator Biographies:

Amanda Driscoll | PCLC
Amanda Driscoll is the Project Manager and Lawyer for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Project at the Peterborough Community Legal Centre. Amanda provides public legal education and summary legal advice on workplace sexual harassment. Prior to joining PCLC, Amanda worked as a workplace investigator, ombudsman investigator, and staff lawyer with Aboriginal Legal Services. Amanda has 10 years of experience providing legal advice and education on administrative and poverty law.

Alisha Fisher | KSAC
Alisha Fisher is the Prevention Education Supervisor at the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre (KSAC) in Peterborough, ON. Alisha’s education began with a Research Specialist Degree in Psychology, followed by a Graduate Certificate in Victimology, and a Master of Arts in Cultural Analysis & Social Theory. She utilizes her multi-disciplinary educational background for her international workshops, coaching sessions, and professional trainings at conferences, schools, camps, and workplaces. Alisha keeps the KSAC followers up to date with all their latest events over Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter.


Who should attend this presentation?

This presentation is designed specifically for helping professionals. We define “helping professional” as anyone in a position of interacting with people in providing a service.

What is the dial-in information?

All necessary dial-in information will be provided to those who register.

How many staff members from my organization or business can attend?

There is no registration limit.

Who can I contact with further questions?

Contact the QoC Project Lead at or 705-927-3448.


The cost of this presentation has been subsidized through a partnership with the Peterborough Drug Strategy and its members.