Education and outreach

The University currently offers education and training opportunities online and in-person and also has printed resources. In addition to the links and resources available on this page, the University is committed to improving its education and training opportunities, as described in the Education and Outreach Work Group Report. The University will begin implementing required training for new employees and students in 2020. Contact the Office of the Title IX Coordinator for more information at or 206.221.7932.

Online training

Video: Preventing Sex Discrimination & Sexual Harassment in the Work Environment
For all University of Washington staff, faculty and other academic personnel. If you plan to watch this video in a group, please schedule with your Human Resource consultant so they can attend and assist with Q&A and group discussion.
Length: 32 minutes
Text transcript
More UW videos on discrimination and harassment

Video: Responding to individuals impacted by sexual misconduct
Designed for all University employees
Length: 23 minutes
Text transcript

Video: Preventing sex discrimination and sexual harassment in academic programs<br
Designed for University of Washington faculty
Length: 30 minutes
Text transcript

If you have questions about accessing this video, please contact John Hogl, in the Office of Compliance Services. If you have questions regarding the content of this training, contact

In-person training

Prevention of Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Work Environment is facilitated by Human Resources consultants for any combination of staff and faculty. Training sessions include the content of the video above along with discussion of scenarios and Q & A. Contact your Human Resources consultant to schedule a training.

Prevention of Sexual Harassment for staff employees is presented by Human Resources on a monthly basis.

Register for training

UW Tacoma Human Resources also offers a sexual harassment prevention training. Contact your human resources consultant or check here to register for a course.

Title IX at UW provides an overview of how Title IX is implemented at UW, an introduction to various policies and resources, and information on how to respond and provide support when someone in the UW community has experienced sexual assault, harassment, stalking, or other sexual misconduct. Contact the Title IX coordinator to discuss scheduling options.

SafeCampus offers many in-person trainings and workshops to support violence prevention and response. At least once a month, an open training session is offered on the Seattle campus. SafeCampus also offers training on the Bothell and Tacoma campuses two or three times a year. In addition to open sessions, SafeCampus staff offers trainings that may be specific to your department or program. If you are interested in such a training, you may request one through SafeCampus.

LiveWell (on the Seattle campus) provides training and education on topics related to students’ health and well-being. This includes workshops on relationship skills and consent and how to support a survivor of sexual assault and relationship violence. Contact LiveWell to attend a scheduled training or to request that one be offered for your group.

The Violence Prevention and Advocacy Program at UW-Bothell offers a number of workshops and trainings for students, staff, and faculty. Each of these workshops and trainings focused on prevention or response may be customized to your group. You may contact the Violence Prevention and Advocacy Program Manager at 425.352.3851 or

Empowering Prevention & Inclusive Community (EPIC) is a prevention of sexual harassment and gender discrimination program for UW academic student employees.

Flyers and brochures

A guide for UW employees
A printable, 2-sided flyer outlining how to respond if you become aware that someone in our university community has been impacted by sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment and/or stalking.

Stop Sexual Harassment
Printable brochure that outlines UW policy regarding sexual harassment and sexual assault and includes resources and reporting options.