What is Sexual Harassment?
Participates will receive training designed to identify and discuss sexual harassment from the perspective of real life examples in an organization and how to prevent from being charged with sexual harassment complaint. This training will include role plays, videos, review key definitions of sexual harassment, facts and myths, and events that have transpired in organizations. The objectives of this training is to ensure your program provides information, awareness, and prevention of sexual harassment in a learning environment that is creative and informative.
This is not your typical sexual harassment training, we’re giving you the tools you need in your daily life!
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Five Stages of Recovery.Defining, identifying, and understanding the five stages of recovery is essential when providing advanced victim services. This training will cover the five stages: initial shock, denial, reactivation, anger, and integration. Survivors will enhance their current knowledge base and be able to identify these stages during their recovery.
This training explores the growing epidemic of bullying and how bullying has changed A fun and interactive class that explores how social media impact our views on bullying and how it can lead to depression and/or death. Participants will be introduced to a different perspective of bullying that can occur in person, online, or via the cellphone.
This class targets all ages and media platforms and encourages learning via the internet.
Impact of Music, Movies and Social Media on Sexual Assault & Harassment:
A fun and interactive class that explores how social media impact our views on sexual assault, sexual harassment, bullying, drugs, and alcohol. Participants will be introduced to a different perspective of social media. This class targets all ages and media platforms and encourages learning via the internet.
Music, Assault, & Harassment:
A fun and interactive class that explores how music affects our views on sexual assault, sexual harassment, drugs, and alcohol. Participants will be introduced to a different perspective of the music industry. This class targets all ages and music genres and encourages learning through music.
Effective Communication with Your Friends:
An interactive class that applies the adult learning principles to effective and sensitive communication. This approach will ensure that participants learn various techniques to communicate with their battle buddy, friends, and family who are victims/complainants and help them establish the kind of rapport that’ s crucial for reassuring and comforting victims. Participants will team up to perform various roles plays based on realistic scenarios. The scenarios are added value to allow individuals to practice their introduction, communication styles, and the difference between empathy and sympathy.
Diversity and Inclusion of YOU:
A workshop designed to encourage participants to look at diversity and inclusion from a self- reflective point of view. Participants will use an assessment to determine their strength and weakness in the realm of diversity. The strategies presented to the participants will be engaging and lead to a better understanding of diversity and inclusion within their organization and why they are critical business priorities. The end result of the training will lead to participants recognizing the impact of their attitudes and behaviors towards team members and customers.
LGBT Awareness/Gender Inclusion:
Participates will receive training designed to identify and discuss diversity and inclusion from the perspective of sexual orientation and cultural competence. Sexual orientation is often considered a difficult topic to include in diversity issues because it brings up differences in religion, perceptions of morality, and politics. This training will include these discussions, review key definitions of LGBT, facts, and myths of the LGBT population, and review scenarios. The objectives of this training are to ensure your program provides information, awareness, and explores various demographics and cultures.