Take On Violence, Bullying, And Drugs: Implementing Bystander Intervention On Campus
Bystander Intervention: How To Minimize Bullying, Violence & Other Problematic Behaviors On Campus
 
On-Demand Training
Registration fee includes institutional access to the recording for one year.
Paper-Based Registration Form
Registration Fee: $345.00

Description Speaker(s)
 
Overview:
You don’t have to look far in the realm of higher education to hear the catch phrase “bystander intervention.” This popular term is coming to mean a number of different things to a diverse group of professionals. This online seminar will review the basic tenants of bystander intervention while offering specific and practical advice to assist institutions in moving forward to reduce problematic behavior on campus and within the community.

At its widest possible definition, bystander intervention involves engaging community members in the reduction of a specific behavior that causes harm to a member of the community. This approach has been applied to:
  • Reducing sexual assault violence against women
  • Addressing bullying behavior
  • Encouraging discussion on racist, bigoted and hate-filled language
  • Speaking to alcohol and drug excess within the community
  • Confronting sexists or anti-GLBT language and action
  • Tackling the issues of hazing on campus

This program will review the basic concepts of bystander intervention while highlighting several successful programs dedicated to using violence prevention concepts to address problematic behavior on campus. Practical case examples and advice will be shared so that you can apply these techniques on your campus. Further research and resources will be described.
Objectives:
  • Learn how and why bystander intervention is preferable to simply addressing victim safety strategies
  • Review several bystander intervention programs offered by consultants and third-party companies
  • Discuss ways to apply bystander intervention strategies on their campus
  • Learn from practical case examples and advice on applying techniques in specific situations on campus
Who should attend?
  • 2-year institutions & 4-year institutions
  • President
  • Vice President of Academic Affairs/Instruction
  • Vice President of Student Affairs
  • Dean of Instruction
  • Dean of Student Services/Affairs
  • Faculty (full and part-time)
  • Student Services Staff
  • Diversity Directors
  • First Year Experience Coordinators
  • Human Resources
  • Retention Specialist
  • Student Life
  • Building & Facilities Staff
  • Campus Safety
  • Students
  • Community members
  • Anyone who is interested in reducing behaviors that cause harm to members of the community

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