Workplace Harassment Prevention Online Course

All Mount Holyoke employees are expected to know and understand the College’s policies on unlawful harassment and discrimination and to abide by them.  Employees of the College are mandated by federal law to report instances of harassment and discrimination that they witness or that is reported to them. 

To support employees with their obligations, the College has provided the following training to help employees learn how to recognize and prevent unlawful harassment. 

Below are the steps to access and complete United Educator’s Workplace Harassment Prevention Online Course, which is designed to provide an overview of the problems of discrimination and harassment and how to prevent it.

As of December 1, 2017, the EduRisk Learning site that the college was using has moved. New and existing users will need to register and train in the new EduRisk Educator's Learning Portal:

  1. Go to this URL to register: (This is a customized URL for Mount Holyoke College)
  2. Scroll down to Registration and enter in your First Name, Last Name, and Email/Username. Your email address will serve as your Username.
  3. Click Register. Upon clicking Register, you will receive a thank you message noting your account has been created and an email has been sent with your temporary password. Follow the steps to log into the EduRisk Learning Portal.

Remember, when creating, resetting, or updating a password within the Learning Portal, the following criteria must be met in order for the password to be accepted:

    • Password at minimum needs to be 8 characters
    • Password must contain at least one uppercase letter
    • Password must contain at least one lower case letter
    • Password must contain at least one symbol from the following list: <>@!#$%^&*()_+[ ]{}?:;|'"\,./~`-=

Once you log into the new EduRisk Learning Portal, look for the course, "Workplace Harassment Prevention Fundamentals," under My Courses.

For more information:

This course is based on thousands of harassment claims against colleges the United Educators (UE) has handled. UE is a licensed insurance company owned and governed by more than 1,100 member educational institutions; Mount Holyoke was a founding member. Workplace Harassment Prevention was developed by a UE employment lawyer who has studied and written extensively on court expectations regarding harassment prevention training. In addition, the course was extensively tested by attorneys, human resources professionals and others at colleges and universities throughout the country.