An immersive and comprehensive 2-day certification program designed to empower and equip you with the essential tools and knowledge to embark on your journey as a POSH (Prevention of Sexual Harassment) trainer.
Anyone who has completed their bachelor’s degree in any field, and has an interest in workplace safety, compliance, facilitation and training can opt for this certification course.
Learn from TOC’s experts on how to be empanelled as an external member, facilitate awareness workshops, create engaging content and decks as well as train other IC members.
TOC’s expert facilitators will provide in-depth legal and procedural knowledge to the participants, including how to conduct an investigation, draft necessary documents and act as an external member. Participants will be provided with reading material, ready to use POSH deck for facilitation, practical tips and guidance for successful facilitation of POSH workshops, list of landmark judgments and certificate of completion.
The sessions will be conducted live by TOC’s experts and participants will gain practical insights as well as be able to address their queries in real time. Participants can also attend a demo workshop and gain first hand experience.
“Thank you for the wonderful training module. Got learn a lot and was very enriching. I’m glad I took this up. It has given me a direction and a foundation into further pursuing my interests in an equitable and safe work culture. It’s been the most meaningful weekend I’ve spent this year, so far. My gratitude and congratulations to the team at TOC. You folks do a necessary job, rather fabulously.”- Vedant
History, genesis, nature and scope of the POSH Act
How to draft a policy in alignment with the POSH Act
Understanding the terms complainant, respondent, workplace, sexual harassment etc.
Importance of conciliation, principles of natural justice and other concepts during investigation
In-depth discussion of caselaws from various high courts and Supreme Court for understanding practical application of POSH law in different scenarios.
Understanding the role of a POSH consultant as an external member who is empaneled with organisations for conducting investigations, coordinating ICC member meetings and ACR drafting.
Learning the know-hows of providing customised solutions for organisations based on size, location, concerns etc. and devising best possible POSH compliance strategy.
Understanding the nuances of conducting POSH awareness and training sessions, how to create content and make the sessions more interactive.
Rutuja is a lawyer who specialises in POSH Law and gender laws compliance. She completed her BA LL.B. from National Law University, Jodhpur in 2016 with honors in Constitutional Law and her LL.M. in International Human Rights Law in 2020 from Central European University, Budapest.
Before joining The Outcast Collective, Rutuja was an independent litigator in the Bombay High Court and handled matters under the civil, criminal, and writ jurisdiction apart from advising and appearing in more than 50 cases related to workplace sexual harassment. She has provided POSH consultancy services to organizations of all sizes and demographics. She is experienced in conducting sessions for POSH awareness for leaders and teams at large, ICC training sessions, drafting POSH policies, case management and ACR filing.