Moving Beyond Compliance: 10 Pillars of Sexual Misconduct Training
Maximize Your Student Sexual Misconduct Training Programs
With content grounded in research, scholarship, sound theory, and proven practice, in this seminar you will learn best practices on how to deliver efficient and effective sexual misconduct training that improves safety, enhances student success, and fulfills compliance requirements.
Student training is a must-do, but the goal is not to march students through a program so you can check a box on a form. The goal is to enhance students’ understanding of sexual violence. With that improved awareness, students can contribute to creating a campus environment where everyone feels safe and free to focus their energies on learning. The right kind of training programs can help.
After completing this on-demand seminar, participants will be able to:
- Describe essential elements of effective student sexual misconduct training programs
- Implement strategies designed to enhance students’ acumen on matters related to sexual misconduct
- Carry out basic formative assessments designed to detect potential gaps in students’ learning
Learn how to:
- Frame your training programs in the context of student learning
- Create training programs that employ a diverse range of pedagogical approaches
- Consider using formative assessment techniques to gauge student learning and create opportunities to address gaps in students’ comprehension
- Mobilize upper-class students and prepare them, via training and opportunity, to be the face of misconduct training initiatives
- Make sexual misconduct training for students an institutional—not a departmental—initiative
Creating a safe learning environment is an institutional priority for every campus. Large and small, public and private, urban or rural—every higher education institution must address and likely will confront issues related to sexual misconduct.
Likewise, every individual on campus affects and is affected by its climate. We all play a role in how safe our campuses are and how conducive they are to learning.
This seminar is particularly useful for those who are actively working to improve the campus climate by raising awareness regarding sexual misconduct and reducing its incidence, including:
- Title IX coordinators
- Deans of students
- Human resources personnel
- Victim advocates
- First-year experience coordinators
Moving Beyond Compliance: 10 Pillars of Sexual Misconduct Training can help ensure that your training follows proven practices, speaks to students, and advances their understanding of sexual violence.
Product Code: SC15CC