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Some campus units offer workshops and presentations on sexual violence prevention, Be the Difference bystander intervention and other educational topics for any group at Auburn University. They will work with you to create a presentation tailored specifically to your organization’s needs.
Training and Prevention for Students
Title IX/Sex-Based Misconduct awareness and resource training
firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-844-4794
Be the Difference bystander intervention training
email@example.com or 334-844-0023
EverFi prevention education all incoming students are expected to complete EverFi, an online learning platform that addresses issues with alcohol and drug use, mental health, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking
Prevention and Training for Employees
The federal law known as Title IX is about more than ensuring gender equity in sports. It, in fact, prohibits sex-based discrimination in education by addressing sexual harassment and sexual violence, including sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking. The law applies to everyone at Auburn University – students, faculty and staff – regardless of gender.
Employees at Auburn University support those impacted by sexual misconduct, but must understand their various responsibilities. The following courses are available through Elevated.
1. Elevated online course CR500E Title IX and Discrimination, Identifying and Responding to Sexual Misconduct
This one-hour online course explains how Auburn University's Title IX and Discrimination policies protect students, employees, and third parties from sexual and gender-based harassment and sexual misconduct.
2. Elevated online course DI105V Safe Zone: LGBTQ+ Alley Training 2022
Welcome to the course on Creating a Community of Respect and Inclusion. This is the first of two modules focused on how Auburn University's Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment protects students, employees, and third parties from discrimination and harassment as well as how we all can reflect on our own behavior and help make Auburn University a community of respect and inclusion. This module covers protected statuses, prohibited conduct against people of those protected statuses, how to report discrimination and harassment, and provides guidance on building a respectful work environment.
3. Elevated online course SS107C Campus Security Authorities Training
Campus Security Authorities (CSAs) are required to report certain criminal offenses as outlined by federal law; specifically crimes identified by the "Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act" (Clery Act). This course: 1) explains the basics of the Clery Act, 2) defines who is classified as a CSA, 3) identifies the types of crimes required to be reported, 4) when to report crimes, and 5) how to report crimes. This training lasts approximately 45-minutes.
4. Human Resource Development
HR Development offers a number of professional development courses for employees, including Preventing Unlawful Harassment, Employee Guidelines to Avoid Sexual Harassment, and Rape Aggression Defense (RAD): Self-Defense for Women. To learn more, check out the Elevated Course Schedule.The RAD course is also available through the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. Call 334-749-5651 to learn more.