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Ethical Upstander Training

 

This training uses a participant based approach to understanding issues of social identity & how we can stand up when we witness issues of harrassment & bias. The following trainings are available to schools, businesses, organizations and communities. If you are interested in arranging a key-note address or individual consultation  please contact us.


Customized active bystander training for your school, organization,
or business

 

Includes presentation of statistics and information followed by group discussions, partner and group activities and exercises, videos, and practice with scenarios. Our bystander intervention trainings include a racism timeline and discussion of harassment based on skin color and ethnicity; in depth discussion of sexual assault and sexual harassment; and work on privilege, power, and perspective. We work to cover each topic in depth, helping participants identify their own implicit biases, and working on personal, professional, and organizational goals.  

 

Half Day, Full Day and Two Day Modules Available

 


For Businesses

The EEOC reported last year that much of the training conducted in businesses over the last thirty years, much of which has focused on legal compliance, has been ineffective in changing behavior. Their research found that bystander training and civility training is most effective for preventing and responding to harassment in the workplace.


For Schools

Incidents of racial and sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools and college campuses has reached crisis levels, harming students and institutions across the country. We need to respond more effectively than we have in the past. Bystander training creates allies and can change the culture on campus to one of respect. 


For Communities & Organizations

Incidents of racial and sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools and college campuses has reached crisis levels, harming students and institutions across the country. We need to respond more effectively than we have in the past. Bystander training creates allies and can change the culture on campus to one of respect.