Part Two: Handling Sensitive Disclosures As faculty and staff members, you may find yourself in the position of suspecting that a student has been impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence or stalking. You may also be faced with responding to a direct disclosure. These types of experiences can be very traumatic for any individual, including students. Faculty and staff members can play an important role in helping a student access the support and resources that can help the student begin to heal. We will review research on Title IX disclosures, how students disclose, and steps to handling a student disclosure.
Please note: Pre-registration is REQUIRED by no later than three days prior to the start of the workshop. Registrants will receive a link to join each Zoom session. Video and audio access is required.
This informative session will detail the history of Title IX, a landmark piece of federal civil rights legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in educational institutions receiving federal financial assistance. The session, presented with an interactive timeline, will share how Title IX came to be, and how shifting policy, social movements, and case law have shaped what Title IX is today.
Faculty, A&P, USPS, OPS: Register online at myUCF.edu > Employee Self Service > Learning & Development > Request Training Enrollment.
Students: Register online via KnightConnect @ https://bit.ly/KnightConnect_ODI Be sure to log-in with your NID and NID password.
Please note: Pre-registration is REQUIRED by no later than three days prior to the start of the workshop. Registrants will receive a link to join the Zoom session. Video and audio access is required.