Fall 2020 Update

Fall 2020 Update: Wright State University’s Dayton and Lake Campuses plan to return to teaching for 2020 Fall Semester on August 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses. Read more about our Right Here. Wright State. This Fall. plan.

Online and In-Person Trainings

Wright State University offers online training through EduRisk.  In-person trainings are also available, as listed below.  For additional trainings, please see our University-wide trainings and HR professional development opportunities.

 

University Community

Safe Space Training

Approximately 3 Hours

For more information or to register for this training, please visit: Office of LGBTQA Affairs Safe Space Training.

This is a comprehensive 3 hour Ally Development training that teaches potential new allies skills on how to serve and support the LGBTQA+ community at WSU. Allies attending the entire 3 hour training will have the option of completing a Safe Space Ally Action Plan and listed on this site as someone who is part of the Safe Space Ally Development Network. Allies completing the Ally Action Plan will be provided with the Safe Space emblem (sticker or magnet) to display inside or outside of their offices and/or bags, computers, etc. 

Students

Impressions

For more information, or to register for access to this training module, please email oei@wright.edu

This is an online sexual misconduct and relationship violence training program that prepares students to confront and prevent serious campus problems. This program delivers Title IX and Campus SaVE Act training with a non-judgmental approach to effectively reach students. While WSU students are not required to take this training, it is strongly encouraged.

Employees

To sign up for an employee course, contact your Human Resources Business Partner.

Bullying in the Workplace

Approximately 30 minutes

Bullying is now four times more common than illegal discrimination and harassment, and has devastating long-term effects on both the workforce and on overall organizational retention. Still, many managers don’t know how to spot or handle bullying, and most employees don’t know how to prevent becoming a victim of bullying.

Mosaic trainings

Approximately 60 minutes

This course is designed to raise awareness about workplace harassment and discrimination, as well as campus sexual violence, to reduce or prevent incidents of misconduct. It covers essential material relating to harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and abusive conduct in a focused interactive course that will engage employees and give them the skills for responding to and preventing harassment and abusive conduct in the workplace.

Diversity: Skills for Collaboration

Approximately 60 minutes

As the world around us is changing and getting more complex, so is the workplace. It’s an increasingly diverse workforce. Since people, in general, are not comfortable with change or the unfamiliar, employees must learn to collaborate with those who are both like and unlike themselves for maximum individual productivity and organizational effectiveness. This course is designed to help employees successfully work together with diverse co-workers by encouraging respectful behavior, reducing bias, and explaining how cooperation can overcome conflict. The course also identifies the challenges and opportunities arising from human diversity, and helps employees understand the need for a respectful workplace and the barriers that prevent full participation.

Bridges: Building a Supportive Community

Approximately 60 minutes

LawRoom developed this course to help colleges and universities comply with employee education requirements relating to sexual misconduct under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 and Section 304(a)(5) of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (known as the "Campus SaVE Act"). This course trains faculty and staff on how to recognize, report, and prevent sexual misconduct against students, covering sexual and interpersonal violence awareness and prevention subjects required under Title IX guidance, the Campus SaVE Act, and the final VAWA regulations.  

Bridges includes an extensive discussion about what constitutes sexual misconduct, from verbal sexual harassment to sexual and interpersonal violence, and includes information and interactive scenarios aimed at ensuring employees know how to identify and report incidents of sexual misconduct to campus officials so that schools can take prompt and appropriate action.

In addition, as required by the Campus SaVE Act, the course includes summaries of the legal definitions of consent, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, and provides copies of the relevant statutes for the applicable jurisdiction within the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Supervisors

To sign up for a supervisor course, contact your Human Resources Business Partner.

Intersections: Supervisor Anti-harassment

Approximately 60 minutes

This course is designed to raise awareness about workplace harassment and discrimination, as well as campus sexual violence, to reduce or prevent incidents of misconduct. This course teaches faculty and staff on how to recognize, report, and prevent sexual misconduct against students, covering awareness and prevention training requirements required by Title IX guidance, the Campus SaVE Act, and VAWA regulations.