Do You Operate a Business in California? Learn more about HR Training, what the law requires of you and how we can help make training your employees easy and economical.
HR TRAINING FOR EVERY EMPLOYEE
There’s a new mandate that affects employers in California.
The law requires employers with 5 or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training to their staff (managers and employees).
We make this easy and affordable for you and your team - and you can do it 100% online at your convenience.
That’s not all - every course you can imagine is available to invest in your employees and help grow your profits - and your team’s skills and knowledge.
And protect your business. We even offer Cybersecurity courses!
You name it, we have it. Check out a partial list lower down this page.
Training360 is the most economical Learning Management System (LMS) available today.
It delivers high quality, in-demand courses, all developed by the leading provider of Safety and Human Resource training programs, to organizations throughout the country.
All courses feature easy-to understand, entertaining, professionally produced videos with interactive quizzes for a quality learning experience.
Employers assign training courses based on role - Employees, Managers, Supervisors, or HR
Employers self-administer the system
Employers can track an employee’s progress per course
System issues certificates of completion per course for each employee
Employers get course statistics and reports for their company
Employers stay in compliance and help their team’s skills / profits grow
Keeps employees motivated and working towards team goals
Saves money over hiring an HR trainer to come to the office in-person
Keeps employees HR compliant
Employees train at their own pace
Advance their industry knowledge
Training 100% online
Better communication among team members
Enhance their value to the company
HOW IT WORKS
We make it easy to fulfill the mandates in California and throughout the U.S.
You simply reach out to Corina to get started.
Pricing is based on number of courses and number of employees enrolled.
Once she gets you enrolled, you receive your login credentials for each person signed up.
Employers self-administer the system.
Everyone will be able to enroll and take the courses based on their schedule, at their own convenience.
GETTING STARTED IS EASY
Call Corina at (619) 297-5888 Ext. 307 today.
If you prefer to email for a quote: Corina@JSDowney.com
Or you can simply fill out the FREE QUOTE request form at the top of this page.
Let her know what classes you’re interested in taking.
She’ll answer any questions regarding the mandates for your state.
Let Corina know how many employees will be needing the courses.
She’ll let you know the (very competitive) low cost quote.
You pay and you’re set to go!
AVAILABLE TRAINING 360 COURSES
COURSES FOR MANAGEMENT
Avoiding Common COBRA Mistakes
Common Hours Worked Mistakes
Dealing with Drug & Alcohol Abuse for Construction Managers
Diversity: Fostering a Dynamic, Supportive, and Energetic Workplace
Employee Discipline for Managers and Supervisors
Employment Laws: What Supervisors Need to Know
Family and Medical Leave Act: An Overview and Basic Guidelines
Five Must-Do’s for Employee Orientation
GHS Labels Refresher (Supervisor)
GHS Overview Refresher (Supervisor)
GHS SDS Refresher (Supervisor)
Handling Holiday Bonuses
Harassment-Free Workplace Training for California Manager
HIPAA for General Employers
HIPAA for Healthcare Managers: The Privacy Rule
HIPAA for Healthcare Managers: The Security and Breach
Hiring Process: Efficient, Effective, Legally Compliant
How to Hire Top Talent
How to Keep Employees Motivated
Internal Investigations in the Workplace: Why and How
Interviewing: The Art and Science of Conducting Effective, Legal, and Compliant InterviewsLeadership at Every Level
Lockout Tagout Refresher (Supervisor)
Management and Leadership Skills for Supervisors
Managing the Drug Free Workplace
Performance Reviews: Tips and Tactics for Supervisors
PPE Refresher (Supervisor)
Preventing FMLA Abuse
Preventing Workplace Fires
Reviewing and Updating Company Policies
Safety Leadership; An Essential Safety Element
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers & Supervisors
Steps to Successful Employee Communication
Substance Abuse in the Workplace: A Manager's Guide
Ten Low-Cost Benefits for Building Employee Satisfaction
Terminating Employees: A Supervisor’s Guide to the Process
Top 10 Cybersecurity Tips
What Employers Need to Know About Disability and Religious Accommodation
Workplace Violence Prevention for Managers
COURSES FOR EMPLOYEES
A Better Way To Lift
A Bully-Free Workplace: What Employees Need to Know
About Confined Space Entry Concise
About Emergency Response Concise
About Ergonomics Concise
About Fire Prevention & Response Concise
About Good Housekeeping Concise
About Handling Materials Safely Concise
About Lockout/Tagout Concise
About Machine Guarding and Safety Devices Concise
About Personal Fall Arrest Systems Concise
About Personal Protective Equipment Concise
About Preventing Back Injuries Concise
About Preventing Electric Shock Concise
About Preventing Eye Injuries Concise
About Preventing Hearing Loss Concise
About Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls Concise
About Safe Forklift Operation Concise
About The Proper Use of a Fire Extinguisher Concise
Active Shooter - How To Survive
Active Shooter Response for Employees
Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments
Asbestos Awareness Employee Basic Training
Battery Charging Safety
Bloodborne Pathogens for Custodians
Bloodborne Pathogens General Awareness
Business Ethics for Employees: Honesty, Fairness, and Respect
Caught-In or Between Hazards in Construction Environments
Cold Stress - Working Safely In Cold Weather
Communication Skills for Employees
Compressed Air Safety
Conflicts in the Workplace
Construction Employee Safety
Crane Signal Person Basic Training
Crystalline Silica Employee Training
Customer Service: What Employees Need to Know
Cybersecurity for Employees: An Overview
Cybersecurity for Employees: Avoiding Phishing and Other Social Engineering
Cybersecurity for Employees: Best Practices for Email
Cybersecurity for Employees: Physical and Electronic Information Security
Cybersecurity for Employees: Responding to a Cyberattack
Cybersecurity for Employees: Safe Internet Use
Cybersecurity for Employees: Social Media Risks
Cyber security for Employees: Strong and Safe Passwords
Dealing With Hazardous Spills
Distracted Driving Prevention for Employees
DOT Hazmat Safety Training
DOT Hazmat Security Awareness
Electrical Safety for Non-Electricians
Electrocution Hazards in Construction Environments Pt.1
Electrocution Hazards in Construction Environments Pt.2
First Aid in Construction Environments
First Aid: Until Help Arrives
Forklift Operator Certification Series
Forklift Safety Lessons for the Safe Pedestrian
GHS Labels Refresher (Employee)
GHS Overview Refresher (Employee)
GHS SDS Refresher (Employee)
Hang Up and Drive
Harassment-Free Workplace Training for California Employees
Harassment-Free Workplace Training for New York Employees
Hazmat Security: DOT Requirements
HAZWOPER: Chemical Protective Clothing
HAZWOPER: Identifying Hazardous Materials
HAZWOPER: Medical Surveillance Program
HAZWOPER: On-Site Safety Considerations
HAZWOPER: Respiratory Protection
HAZWOPER: Site Safety & Health Plan
Headaches for Vandals; Job Site Vandalism & Tool Theft Prevention
Heat Stress in Construction Environments
HIPAA for Health Care Employees
Hydrogen Sulfide Employee Training
Ladder Safety for Employees
Listening Under Pressure
Lockout Tagout Refresher (Employee)
Machine Guarding and Operator Safety
Office Injury Prevention
Operating Aerial Work Platforms Safely
OSHA Top Ten Violations
Personal Protective Equipment
Pipelayer Tractors; Inspection & Operation Techniques
Powerlift Lifting Techniques For A Healthy Back
PPE Refresher (Employee)
Preventing Fires: Hot Work Operations Concise
Preventing Foodborne Illness
RCRA Training for Hazardous Waste Generators
Respiratory Protection The Facts
Responsibility - Stay In Control Restaurant Employee Safety
Rigging & Lifting; Small Hydraulic Cranes
Rigging & Lifting; Structural Steel
Road Crew Safety; Safe Practices Road Construction & Paving
Safe and Efficient Operation of Hand Held Cut Off Saws
Safe Electrical Work Practices - NFPA 70E 2018
Safety Decision Making
Safety’s Top 10 Causes for Workplace Injuries
Scissor Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments
Sexual Harassment Prevention for CT Employees
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees
Sexual Harassment Prevention for ME Employees
Stealing From Thieves: Equipment Theft Prevention Stormwater Pollution Awareness
Substance Abuse Prevention in the Workplace: A Guide for Employees
Supported Scaffolding Safety in Construction Environments
Suspended Scaffolding Safety in Construction Environments
Tips From The Pros: Rigging & Lifting
Understanding & Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses
Walking and Working Surfaces
Walking and Working Surfaces in Construction Environments
Winter Driving; When The Rules Change
Winter Walking Staying On Your Feet
Working Safely With Compressed Gas Cylinders
Workplace Safety for Employees
Workplace Stress Management: Keeping Your Cool in the Workplace
Workplace Violence Prevention for Employees
Access to each course is granted upon purchase and enrollment. Therefore, these training courses are non-refundable once you’re enrolled and have your login credentials.