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Meet the Needs of University Employees

We collaborated with leading campus stakeholders to create a training that is engaging and meaningful for campus professionals. With a strategic use of humor and colloquial language, the program frames the broader issue of employee requirements under Title IX regulations and explores the “why” behind Title IX policies and procedures.

Interactive and Engaging

Report = Support! is like a conversation. Participants are guided through various policies, scenarios, and interactive exercises so they can be fully informed of their Title IX responsibilities. The training introduces a range of intervention strategies that an employee might use to safely intervene when witnessing or hearing about an incident of interpersonal violence, sexual misconduct, or sexual harassment.

Title IX Mandates

The training integrates your campus Title IX policies, definitions, procedures, and resources including:

  • Title IX interpersonal violence and sexual harassment policies
  • Definition of consent applicable to sexual conduct
  • How the school analyzes whether conduct is unwelcomed under Title IX
  • When unwelcome sexual conduct creates a hostile environment
  • Reporting options, including formal reporting and confidential disclosure options
  • Effects of trauma, including neurobiological changes
  • The role alcohol and drugs often play in sexual violence incidents
  • Strategies and skills for bystanders to intervene
  • How faculty, staff, and college administrator can most effectively support a survivor who discloses to them an incident of interpersonal violence

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The Takeaways

At the end of this training employees will be able to:

  • Understand their institution’s policies, resources, and commitment to ending interpersonal violence and their connection to creating a culture of respect.

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities regarding reporting and be able to empathetically and effectively respond to reports of sexual misconduct.

  • Identify and respond to interpersonal violence, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct in higher education.

  • Explore opportunities to intervene across a diverse range of circumstances, populations, and identities and choose their own best practices for intervention through active engagement across a range of relevant scenarios.

Drive positive outcomes through our progressive curriculum designed to engage.