Campus Essentials

Developed specifically for the higher educational audiences, Syntrio’s sexual violence prevention programs and harassment prevention training courses can help train your students, faculty, and upper management to identify the risks and signs of inappropriate behavior and lead to a more positive campus community. Our courses include relevant scenarios and best practices on key HR compliance and ethical issues impacting colleges and universities.

Available Courses in this Training Series

sexual violence prevention programs

Campus Aware:
Sexual Violence Prevention

Audience: All faculty, staff and students
Length: 45 minutes

Domestic, dating and sexual violence are problems on many college campuses. It is estimated that 1 in 5 college females will experience some form of sexual abuse during her college career. Men can also be victims. More often than not, someone known to the victim perpetrates sexual assault. This sexual violence prevention program is intended to raise awareness of these issues and helps reduce incidence of violence within the campus community. Designed to meet the mandatory training requirements of the Campus SaVE Act (Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act) and address Title IX concerns, it discusses important subjects including sexual harassment and violence, concepts of consent, and bystander intervention and instructs members of the campus community how to respond to and prevent sexual violence.

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Preventing Unlawful Harassment:
College & University Edition

Managerial Staff

Audience: Faculty, staff managers, and supervisors in colleges and universities
Length: 45 minutes

This harassment prevention training course teaches faculty and staff managers and supervisors about the human characteristics that are protected by anti-discrimination laws and the type of conduct related to the "protected classes" that can lead to a claim of unlawful harassment. It offers strategies for preventing unlawful harassment and teaches faculty and staff managers how to respond appropriately when they learn of it. It also discusses the risk of liability (and loss of funding) to both the institution and school authorities if steps are not taken to prevent and protect employees and students from unlawful harassment including sexual harassment and sexual violence.

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Preventing Unlawful Harassment:
College and University Edition

Non-Managerial Staff

Audience: All employees

Length: 45 minutes

This harassment prevention training course for non-managerial college employees, including student-employees, discusses the human characteristics that are protected by anti-discrimination laws and school policy as well as the type of conduct related to the “protected classes” that can lead to a claim of unlawful harassment. It also discusses the steps employees can take to prevent workplace harassment and what to do in the event that they witness or experience it.

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Preventing Employment Discrimination:
Campus Edition

Audience: Faculty and staff managers and supervisors
Length: 45 minutes

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other federal and state equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws protect employees and job applicants from discrimination based on their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, and other protected grounds. This preventing employment discrimination course teaches faculty and staff managers and supervisors in College and University settings to make employment decisions that adhere to anti-discrimination laws, promote respect, improve morale, and, in turn, prevent claims of discrimination and employer liability.

Ethics and Code of Conduct for Colleges and Universities

Audience: Faculty and staff managers and supervisors
Length: 45 minutes

This course will introduce your College’s Code of Conduct and challenge faculty and staff managers and supervisors to apply the Code through scenarios, many customizable to your needs. The purpose is to provide an overview of your College’s expectations of all its members. This course will help you communicate the highest ethical standards, including honesty, integrity, respect for others, fair dealing, diligence, and prudence and accountability in the use of the College’s resources.

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COURSE FEATURES:

Rich with scenarios, case studies, and interactive exercises

Optional audio (narration)

Built-in delivery and tracking using Syntrio's learning management system (LMS), or launch our courses from any standards-conforming, third-party LMS

Mastery quiz with scoring options test learner understanding of the material discussed

Mentoring feature allows students to direct questions at any time via e-mail to a subject matter expert within the organization

Options to customize course content and design including logo, policies, procedures and executive introduction