Susan Hua, Interim Chief Diversity Officer, Director of Equity and Diversity
Paria Zandi, Campus Care Advocate
As a member of the Matador community, it's on all of us to create and maintain a campus climate where sexual and interpersonal violence are not tolerated. For many people, the idea of supporting someone who has endured sexual or dating/domestic violence is scary, often not because they don't want to be supportive, but because they are not sure what to say or how to respond. Whether a student or colleague has disclosed to you they they've been sexually assaulted, it is important to be prepared and aware of resources -- both on and off-campus - to support survivors. This presentation will include skill-building components to help you feel more confident about helping survivors in a trauma-informed way as well as how to engage in university prevention efforts and strategies for bystander intervention.
Faculty & Staff - Register for this session in Three Easy Steps:
- Visit CSUN's Employee Learning & Training site via the myNorthridge Portal: https://ds.calstate.edu/?svc=skillsoft&org=csun;
- Select the "Instructor Led Training Sessions" link under Upcoming Events, and scroll until you find the name and date of the program;
- Select "Actions," and select "Enroll in this Session."
Shortly after you successfully enroll, you’ll receive an email notification. If you click on the calendar icon in the message, your outlook calendar will open allowing you to place the item as an appointment on your calendar.
If you require an accommodation to attend this program, please contact the Human Resources at x 6566 at least 7 business days in advance of the program.
If you are interested in attending this session but unable to because of a conflict in when it is being offered; or have a topic for a suggested workshop or training, please let us know by accessing and completing this FORM.
Return to CSUN's Professional & Personal Development Training Calendar at: http://www.csun.edu/development/training.