Events & Workshops

If you would like to attend any of the Coming Events, please register via the link or contact Cathy Bell at cbell@conet.ucla.edu to make arrangements.
  
Persons from other Departments are generally welcome to attend Department events, however, attendance must be cleared through Cathy Bell. 

To schedule a workshop or training for your group, please contact Anel Herrera at aherrera@conet.ucla.edu or 310-825-0974. 

To enroll in workshops being offered through Campus Human Resources (CHR) go to http://lms.ucla.edu.

For workshop descriptions or featured events, please scroll to the bottom of the page. 

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Coming up in May
  • 05/2 - TA Required Training Workshop: Department of Psychology
  • 05/18 - Spring Quarter CARE Certificate Training

Workshop Descriptions & Featured Events

Upcoming Events


 




 

Faculty & Supervisor Training

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
This is a bi-annual requirement for Supervisors (including MSP, ITP equivalents and above and all Faculty) as mandated by the UC Office of the President.
An in-person training with Life Theatre is being scheduled this quarter.  Please check back for more information.  

To complete the course online,  please follow the steps below:
You will need a UCLA Logon ID (formerly known as Bruin Online or BOL ID) to access the training. For UCLA Logon ID assistance, please go to https://logon.ucla.edu or contact the Bruin Online Help Desk: (310) 267-HELP. 

Before starting the training, pop-up blockers on your computer must be turned off. If you need assistance with pop-up blockers or other technical issues, please visit: http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/compaudit/usagetips.html or contact your IT staff.

The briefing does not need to be completed all at once; if you need to return to the briefing, the program will take you to where you last were in the briefing. Use instructions below to resume the course, or to review materials at a later date.

To Access Your Required Training:
-Go to: http://lms.ucla.edu
-On the UCLA Logon screen, enter your UCLA Logon ID and Password (formerly BOL or Bruin On-line) then click "Sign In".
-On the Menu-Bar (upper-left hand corner of the screen) click on "Assess" and then click on "Training Analysis".
-A listing of courses that you are required to complete or you have signed-up for will be displayed.
-If you are required to complete the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training it will display as follows:
eCourse: Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors
-Click the "Start" button to the left of the course name to begin the training.  
If you close the course window, you may re-start the course, returning to the point where you last were in the course.
-Once you have completed the course, click the log off link in the upper-right hand corner of the screen.
-Close your browser (all windows) completely before leaving the computer.
-You will receive a completion confirmation email, within 30 minutes of finishing the course.

It is important that the Sexual Harassment Prevention Training is completed immediately. If you have any questions regarding this requirement for you to take this course or any other non-technical feedback, please email: titleix@conet.ucla.edu. 

For anonymous reporting of non-compliant behavior, please call (310) 206-3417 or click here

Staff Training

Mandatory Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Staff 

The President of the University of California (UC) has made it a priority to address prevention of and effective responses to sexual violence and sexual harassment. One of the many ways the University is addressing this important issue is through a comprehensive online Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Program that was rolled out in February 2016.

All UC staff employees on payroll with active status must complete an in-person training or the video-based online training yearly; for new hires, within six weeks of employment. The training program is designed to help employees learn about, and understand, their role in ensuring that the University community remains free of all forms of discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment and violence, which is prohibited by law and UC Policy. (Managers, supervisors, and faculty are scheduled for training on a separate calendar schedule.)

An email notification with a link to the UC Learning Center to access the training program will be sent to Staff. The training takes approximately 50 minutes to finish. In the coming weeks, an individual email will be sent to UCLA non-supervisory staff members reminding them to complete the training. 

For those employees who do not have access to online training, alternative methods of in-person training are available to satisfy this requirement. Please contact your supervisor or departmental Human Resources representative to determine whether this option is available for your department.

Health System employees experiencing technical difficulty accessing the online training should email HRTraining@mednet.ucla.edu for assistance. Campus employees requiring assistance should email training@chr.ucla.edu for support or visit the CHR Training & Development Computer Lab at the Wilshire Center, Suite 1080 (email for availability).


To login to UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for STAFF, click the link below. 


LOGIN TO TRAINING

TA Workshops

Training for New Teaching Assistants

Topic(s): Sexual Violence/Harassment Prevention & Reponse 
Description: A one hour training by the Title IX Office covering Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Prevention and Response. 

If you would like to schedule a session for your group, please contact Anel Herrera at aherrera@conet.ucla.edu. 

 

 

Graduate Students

Training requirements

(1) All new UC graduate students are required to complete Think About It, an interactive online educational program that promotes awareness of campus sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention resources, the University’s affirmative consent standard, and options for bystander intervention and risk reduction. The program highlights resources for graduate students, as well as for undergraduates who graduate students may need to refer for support and services.           

(2) Beginning with the 2016-17 academic year, all new students will also be required to complete in-person sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention training.  New students who do not receive this training at orientation or through their departments will have to attend an one hour in-person training session on campus.  The dates, locations, and registration for these training sessions are available via my.ucla.edu under "SVSH Prevention (Required)". 

(3) Beginning with the 2016-17 academic year, continuing students who completed the Think About It training in their first year will be asked to participate in additional refresher training.  A detailed announcement concerning this follow up training will be sent later this term.


Process:  Each graduate student will receive an email containing a link to the Think About It online training program, which takes about two hours to complete.  New graduate students must complete this module, as well as the in-person training, before registration opens for the second term of 2016–17 (dates vary by school/program).  Students who have not completed the training by that date will have an enrollment hold placed on their record; they will not be able to register for courses until they have completed the training.


===Please contact Hillary Nienhouse, CARE Coordinator, at HNienhouse@caps.ucla.edu if you need to make up the required in-person training.===

For Survivors of Sexual Assault

The UCLA CARE Program is excited to announce a new support service for survivors of sexual assault: Yoga as Healing. The impact trauma has on the body’s physiology is far-reaching, as such it is essential to incorporate culturally relevant practices that provide alternative forms of healing for our students. Providing trauma-informed yoga as a support service to survivors offers a different entry point, helps survivors reconnect to their bodies, and empowers them to access additional resources when they are ready, including: reporting options, medical services, and counseling. Survivors have also shared that the yoga program increased their confidence and self-esteem, allowed them to develop a strong sense of community, and helped them incorporate self-care strategies into their lives. 

Please share this information with your staff and with students who you feel could benefit.  

For more information please contact:
Zabie Yamasaki, M.Ed. 
Assistant Director, Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) 
UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 
(310) 825-6552
zyamasaki@caps.ucla.edu