Equal Opportunity Office staff members are available to provide training upon request to any University department, or to any student, faculty or employee group. Training topics include:
- Introduction to the Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment (NDAH) Policy
- Introduction to the Sexual Misconduct Policy
- UGA's Sexual Assault Response (SAR) Protocol for University employees
- Sexual violence awareness and prevention*
- What to do if you, or someone you know, has been sexually assaulted
- Best practices for accommodating students and employees with disabilities
- LGBTQ Primer: Creating an inclusive community for individuals who identify as LGBTQ
- Other NDAH Policy-related topics upon request
To request a training, please contact the EOO at email@example.com or (706) 542-7912.
The Equal Opportunity Office offers trainings on many of the topics listed above on a quarterly basis through UGA's Training and Development Center. "Introduction to the Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment (NDAH) Policy" and "LGBTQ Primer" both count as an elective toward UGA's Diversity and Inclusion Certificate. To review course offerings at the Training and Development Center and to register, please go to: http://www.hr.uga.edu/training.
Haven for Employees, an on-line training module, is available on-demand for all faculty and staff at https://eoo.uga.edu/everfi/faculty-staff. Haven for Employees provides information on understanding and preventing sexual misconduct, as well as how to appropriately respond to sexual misconduct and be aware of available support resources. Haven for Employees outlines the mandatory reporting obligations of a “responsible employee,” which is defined to include, without limitation, all faculty, instructors, administrators, and managers. It also discusses the reporting obligations of Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) under the Clery Act. This training is optional, but strongly encouraged, for all UGA employees. The current offering of Haven for Employees requires that employees complete the first part of the on-line module by December 2, 2016.
*The attached PDF file identifies sexual violence awareness and prevention programs that are available at UGA through the EOO and other offices on campus.