CHLA is pleased to introduce our new online compliance training courses provided by Traliant. They offer industry-leading online training courses for the hotel industry feature modern, bite-sized episodes presented in a news-style format. The courses cover the topics of sexual harassment prevention, active shooter response, and bloodborne pathogens. Training is immersive with interactive videos and alternate endings highlighting real-world scenarios within a hotel setting. Traliant’s training is built to educate, influence, and motivate by training on appropriate behaviors and promoting a positive, respectful work environment.
You can quickly and easily sign each member of your staff up to take three key training courses, Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Hotels, Active Shooter, and Bloodborne Pathogens for only $38 per employee. We know that finding training that is relatable and meets all state and federal requirements can be both challenging and expensive, that is why we took the time to find the best option and negotiate a great price for you.
By 2021, the State of California requires companies with 5 or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training for both supervisory and non-supervisory roles. Existing employees must complete the training by January 1, 2021, and training of new hires must occur within six months of hire or promotion.
All managers and employees must complete the training course every two years.
At the prompting of the business community, the state legislature introduced and passed SB 778 to make some needed clarifications to the new sexual harassment prevention training law, which expands existing law to apply to companies with five or more employees. Primarily, SB 778 delays the changes made by SB 1343 so employers now have an additional year to get up to speed with and comply with the training requirements.
Three Training Courses for One Low Price
Traliant’s Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Hotels is compliant with all the training requirements under California’s new workplace laws, enforced by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), and it is tailored to the lodging industry. Your team will learn from examples and scenarios that realistically portray situations hotel staff might encounter. Employee training is 60 minutes and Manager training is 120 minutes.
Traliant’s Active Shooter Response training is a 20-minute course that teaches employees and managers how to prepare for, and respond appropriately to, an active shooter situation. Newscaster commentary and interactive assessments and exercises familiarize employees with different types of situations and various ways to respond. After completing the course, employees will be able to recognize indicators of potential violence to reduce the likelihood of an active shooter incident at the workplace.
Whether it’s a needle in a guest bathroom or blood from a cut by the pool, hotels can have a variety of incidents where basic safety information and common-sense rules for handling bloodborne pathogens will make all the difference. While this is not medical training, the Bloodborne Pathogens course will walk your team through steps to prevent exposure and procedures to follow after an exposure to keep everyone safe.
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Quickly and easily preview Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Hotels and purchase all three courses through this self-service site.
Key Features of Traliant’s Industry-Leading Training
- Complies with Federal Guidelines and California State Regulations
- Only $38 per learner for our members
- Easy to rollout and includes setup and support
- Completion certificates and audit-ready reporting
- Available in English and Spanish
- Spanish Translation (+ $50.00 per property)
- Can be upgraded for a customized feel with:
- Addition of property’s logo and policy (+ $45.00)
COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS FOR HOTEL TRAINING -FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY
CHLA is pleased to announce a timely and important resource available to members only. Your property now has access to a free training courses at no cost to you. The training, which includes tips on handling difficult situations with guests, is especially helpful for front of house employees.
Hotels must be prepared to welcome guests and employees while still addressing health and safety challenges presented by COVID-19. Last year AHLA launched COVID-19 Precautions for Hotels, an online course developed in partnership with the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) to help hotels train their staffs on the enhanced safety and cleanliness guidelines.
In addition to the trainings, you also have access to member-only resources and collateral that you can use on property. If you are interested in this complimentary training, please email email@example.com
CHLA MEMBERS GET FREE “DIVERSITY INCLUSION” TRAINING
Diversity Inclusion has emerged as an important issue in today’s world with increasing international travel. Guests want to feel welcome at a hotel regardless of their race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, age, religion, or sexual orientation. CHLA now offers FREE Diversity Inclusion training through WebFireTraining.com. This course will heighten your associates’ awareness of unconscious bias and other barriers to diversity and inclusion and motivate positive behaviors and attitudes. Log in to the CHLA Members Area to sign-up today to train your associates at no cost.