Creating a Safer and More Connected Campus
These evidence-based simulations equip students, faculty and staff with the necessary skills to foster a safe and supportive campus culture around issues related to sexual misconduct and Title IX requirements. Users gain knowledge and skills in a safe and private practice environment.
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This simulation equips college students with the skills to navigate difficult situations related to sexual misconduct in a safe and private practice environment. Students will gain knowledge and skills on how to be an active bystander, respond effectively to a friend who has experienced trauma, and determine if consent has been given.
This simulation provides essential information and learning practice for faculty and staff, including those affiliated with NCAA athletic programs, in harassment prevention and awareness campaigns as defined in the Clery Act, Title VIII, Title IX, VAWA. Learners will gain the knowledge, skills, and self-confidence to effectively recognize, report, and prevent sexual misconduct against students. This product also contains a module to train faculty, staff, coaches, and social work students in preventing, identifying, and reporting child abuse, neglect, and trafficking.