EO Online - Fair Play on Campus
Equal Opportunity (EO) Online is a self-paced professional development program for employees at Australian Universities. The training program contains many real life examples and has interactive learning techniques.
Employees must complete the first EO Online module as a requirement of probation and every two years thereafter.
Use these handy tips to help you navigate through your training:
- Remember to register the first time you access EO Online
- You'll need about 90 minutes to complete module one
- You can complete module one in sections, coming back to where you finished last time
- To progress through each section you must complete all quizzes
- Your completed task will be recorded in web kiosk
- Supervisors and managers are required to complete both module one and two.
Please report any problems using or accessing EO Online to email@example.com
UOW is committed to having a work and study environment that is free from bullying and harassment. Staff and students will thrive where there is a culture of mutual respect, valuing difference, an awareness of how to share views and opinions in a constructive way, and how to deal with conflict in an appropriate and timely manner.
Bullying can have an impact on a person’s physical and mental well-being which can in turn impact on their ability to work and study effectively. UOW has therefore developed and implemented the strategies and resources outlined below.
Staff are required to complete EO Online in the first six months of employment and every two years thereafter. Professional and Organisational Development Services offer a range of training programs which assist in improving communication and interpersonal skills as well as leadership and supervisory skills.
'Maintaining a Harassment Free Office - Employees' video, PowerPoint presentation and training guide booklet are available to borrow from the EED Unit ex 3917.
Policy and Procedures
What can you do if you believe you have been bullied?
If you can, tell the person the behaviour is unreasonable/inappropriate, that you are offended and want it to stop. If this is not effective or you are not able to speak to the person, read the Bullying Prevention Policy and contact the most appropriate person in the University to assist you. See section 8 of the Bullying Prevention Policy.
What can you do if you have been accused of bullying?
Seek advice and assistance from the most appropriate person. See section 8 of the Bullying Prevention Policy
Other important links
Federal and State Legislation
Age Discrimination Act 2004 (Cth)
Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW)
Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth)
Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)
Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth)
Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth)
Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (NSW)
Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 (NSW)