Date: July 12, 2023 – live, online (Zoom)
Presenters: Jesse Andrews, PHR and Natasha Baker, Esq
Best for: Higher education professionals in supervisory roles, human resources, Title IX, Compliance, and others that may receive or respond to reports of sexual harassment.
- Understand the current landscape of sexual harassment within higher education, including definitions, Title IX, Title VII, and other relevant legislation, and legal requirements for responding to reports of sexual harassment.
- Learn strategies for responding to reports of sexual harassment using a trauma-informed approach, and ensuring the process is fair, impartial, and supportive.
- Analyze scenarios that reflect unique issues reflected by reports of sexual harassment from faculty, staff, and students, and gain practical tips for implementing your policies and practice.
What’s Included: Attendees will participate in the live interactive training, receive a copy of the training materials, and a certificate of attendance.
This training will explore issues surrounding the response to sexual harassment in higher education. Attendees will gain insights on the scale and scope of sexual harassment within higher education, actionable tips on how to implement a process for responding to reports of sexual harassment, and how to develop a supportive and impartial process.
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Length: 1.5 hour(s)
Cost: $350.00 per attendee.
Groups of 5 or more from a single organization receive a 20% discount off each registration. Please email email@example.com to register your group or if you have any questions.
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