Faculty, staff and graduate students have an opportunity to develop their knowledge of resources available to victims of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking in a Harbor training session available through the Women and Gender Resource Center.
The purpose of Harbor is to create safe places all over campus where victims of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking can go to receive assistance. Through the training, participants will gain insight and sensitivity to the issues of interpersonal violence. Further, participants will be made aware of the resources available to victims in order to provide information to those in need.
Those who complete the program will be given an identifying placard to display in their office and a certificate of completion.
Faculty and staff may choose one of the following four dates for training: Sept. 22, Oct. 25, Nov. 14 or Dec. 12. All training sessions last about two hours, and all will take place in 2501 Capital Hall on the Peter Bryce campus. Faculty and staff may register for a Harbor Training in Skillport.
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