The two-hour course was conducted by a deputy attorney general who is an expert in employment and discrimination law, Schwarzenegger spokeswoman Margita Thompson said Wednesday.
Schwarzenegger took the course earlier this year along with his senior staff, who were required to take the class as part of his administration's policy, according to Thompson.
The training is optional for statewide elected officials.
Five days before his election, the Los Angeles Times detailed allegations from six women who saidbetween 1975 and 2000. By the Oct. 7 election, the number had grown to 16.
Schwarzenegger apologized for having