Sexual Assault Prevention for Community College

Sexual Assault Prevent for Community College addresses preventing sexual assault and harassment on campus, in the workplace, and at home.

Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment

Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment provides employees/faculty/staff/students with practical guidance on how to protect their physical health, support their mental well-being, to work and learn effectively onsite or offsite.

Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relationships

Sexual Assault Prevent Ongoing: Healthy Relationships empowers students beyond their first year by strengthening their consent and relationship skills and increases survivor empathy through understanding the impacts of trauma.

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students

Sexual Assault Prevent for Undergraduate Students teaches learners to recognize sexual assault and harassment behavior, identify healthy relationship practices, and practice skills to navigate
consent-focused conversations.

Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students

Sexual Assault Prevent for Graduate Students equips learners with the tools needed to navigate new and complex relationships including how to identify and respond to harassment from a faculty member, advisor, or peers.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors Extended

Prepare learners to cultivate and maintain a workplace culture resistant to discrimination, harassment and retaliation. This course complies with Connecticut's non-supervisory training requirements.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination: Gateway

This condensed version of the longer Preventing Harassment and Discrimination course provides a foundation of knowledge that prepares learners for further harassment and discrimination prevention training.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors with Clery/Title IX Module

Raise awareness and bystander intervention skills for learners to address harassment, discrimination, and retaliation as well as understand rights and responsibilities under Clery Act/Title IX.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors with Clery Act/Title IX Module

Faculty and staff supervisors will learn to use the appropriate actions to prevent harassment with bystander intervention strategies to create a culture that promotes respect and professionalism.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Non-Supervisors

Harassment and discrimination prevention for non-supervisors that keeps compliant with legal mandates and employs evidence-based best practices that aim to create a healthy and inclusive workplace.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination for Supervisors

This course delivers a hybrid solution on harassment and discrimination prevention for supervisors that keeps compliant with legal mandates and employs evidence-based best practices that aim to create a healthy and inclusive workplace.

Preventing Harassment & Discrimination Suite

EVERFI’s Preventing Harassment and Discrimination provides a next-generation tool to build organizational and institutional cultures that promote respect and professionalism, thereby preventing harassment and discrimination.

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Sexual Assault Prevention for Community College

Sexual Assault Prevent for Community College addresses preventing sexual assault and harassment on campus, in the workplace, and at home.

Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment

Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment provides employees/faculty/staff/students with practical guidance on how to protect their physical health, support their mental well-being, to work and learn effectively onsite or offsite.

Sexual Assault Prevention Ongoing: Healthy Relation...

Sexual Assault Prevent Ongoing: Healthy Relationships empowers students beyond their first year by strengthening their consent and relationship skills and increases survivor empathy through understanding the impacts of trauma.

Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduate Students

Sexual Assault Prevent for Undergraduate Students teaches learners to recognize sexual assault and harassment behavior, identify healthy relationship practices, and practice skills to navigate
consent-focused conversations.