Office of the Title IX Coordinator

Additional UW training & education

In addition to the Title IX education and prevention program, a variety of other training & education programs address the prevention of and/or response to sex- and gender-based violence and harassment. These programs are run by UW units and offices outside of the Office of the Title IX Coordinator. The information below describes the programs available, the audiences for which they are intended, and how to register for or request a training.

 

Building Healthy Workplaces: Community Prevention Strategies & Bystander Skills

For: Staff, faculty, and other academic personnel at all UW locations
Facilitated by: SafeCampus
Content: Prevention strategies to create a workplace that inhibits harassment and violence; strategies to apply in the workplace; individual skill-building related to bystander intervention, micro-affirmations, and receiving feedback

  • Version 1 – Emphasis: Sexual harassment and gender discrimination
  • Version 2 – Emphasis: Gender-based violence, including relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment

Visit the SafeCampus training options webpage to register for a training or request a department or program training. SafeCampus offers additional training options on related topics; visit the website for more information. 


Empowering Prevention & Inclusive Communities (EPIC):
Prevention of Sexual Harassment & Gender Discrimination

For: Academic student employees (ASEs) and postdoctoral scholars at all UW locations
Facilitated by: SafeCampus
Content: Examines how individuals can create prevention-focused culture change in academia. The workshop explores sexual harassment and discrimination and its impacts, provides space for individual and community skill-building, and discusses how to support those who experience harassment.

Learn more on the EPIC program webpage.  To request a graduate student, academic student employee, and/or postdoctoral scholar training, please email epicprogram@uw.edu

 

Helpful Husky – How to be a Helpful Bystander

For: UW Seattle students
Facilitated by: LiveWell Peer Health Educators
Content: Explore the motivations and reasons individuals often feel compelled to help and why we sometimes choose not to help. Learn the social psychology behind why and when we choose to intervene or not. Practice and build bystander intervention skills.

Visit the LiveWell training & education webpage to request a workshop.  (Please note this workshop may not be available until our community is able to meet in person again.)

 

Relationship & Sexual Violence Education

For: UW Seattle students
Facilitated by: LiveWell Peer Health Educators
Content: This workshop teaches the context and breadth of sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking in our society and covers the common impacts of these forms of interpersonal violence on individuals. The second half of the workshop covers ways to support a survivor from a peer perspective and the importance of confidential advocacy (and how to access it on campus!).

Visit the LiveWell training & education webpage to request a workshop.

 

Heart Husky

For: UW Seattle students
Facilitated by: LiveWell Peer Health Educators
Content: Talk about skills and practices that nurture trust, intimacy, and connection in romantic relationships and how those skills apply to various forms of relationships in our life. Use interactive scenarios and discuss how finding “healthy” is a process of collaboration, awareness, and communication.

Visit the LiveWell training & education webpage to request a workshop.

 

Prevention and Response at UW Bothell 

For: UW Bothell students, staff, faculty, and other academic personnel
Facilitated by: Violence Prevention and Advocacy Program
Content: Various workshops and trainings available for students, staff, and faculty, including an introduction to sexual and relationship violence; creating healthy relationships and consent; building a culture free from sexual harassment; violence prevention; and responding to a disclosure.

Contact the Violence Prevention and Advocacy Program Manager at 425.352.3851 oruwbvae@uw.edu to request a workshop.