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  Instructor-Led Training  The instructor-led training schedule is published every semester and can be viewed here.  
         
 

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Equal Opportunity & Diversity

Courses Offered

Course Descriptions

icon Instructor Creating Safe Spaces for LGBT Students, Faculty and Staff
4 Hours
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 The UNF campus continues to diversify, but do you have the tools you need to effectively serve all students, faculty and staff, inclusive of sexual orientation and gender identity? This course will focus on the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and explore the concept of ally development as a way to create safe spaces on campus. Participants will have the opportunity to learn terminology, become aware of resources, dialogue on strategies to reduce homophobia on campus, and ask questions throughout. Additionally, participants will receive a Safe Space placard that they may choose to display after completing the course.
Audience: A&P, Faculty, USPS, OPS, Student OPS

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icon Instructor Cublicle Combat: Bullying in the Workplace
1.5 Hours
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Unfortunately, the bullying for some did not stop on the playground. You’ll be surprised to learn just how many Americans have reported incidents of bullying in the workplace.

 

Learning objectives:

  • Define bullying
  • Discuss the types of bullying on individuals and organizations
  • Discuss strategies to combat bullying in the workplace
Audience: A&P, Faculty, USPS, OPS, Student OPS

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icon Instructor EOD In-Service Training for Resident Assistants
0.5 Hours
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The Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity at UNF provides this briefing to resident assistants who work with students, yet at the same time, are university employees.  Resident assistants will learn the fundamental responsibilities and how they are accountable as university agents when faced with matters pertaining to discrimination, sexual misconduct and retaliation.  They will also learn about resources on campus that supports their work, and who to see when actual or perceived violations of university power occur.
Audience: Resident Assistants

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icon Instructor Implications of Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct and Retaliation
3 Hours
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Being the employer and educational provider of first choice is a challenge. We operate within an environment where individuals work, live, enjoy programs and services, and/or study.  This session provides all attendees with fundamental information about State and Federal related laws and associated University Regulations, Policies and Procedures that impact faculty, staff and students; enhances their awareness of their rights, responsibilities, and liabilities regarding discrimination, sexual misconduct and retaliation; and provides information on how such concerns are handled at UNF.
Audience: A&P, Faculty, USPS, OPS, Student OPS

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icon Instructor Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce
1.5 Hours
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The American workforce is much more diverse today than ever before in history. One of the aspects of that diversity, among several others, is the age of the workers. More generations interact in the workplace than has ever been the case previously. Workers are living longer, are generally healthier, and some have financial considerations that are keeping them in the workforce much longer. Supervisors and managers are faced with managing these different generations in the workplace – no easy task if one is not familiar with their varying work related preferences and values.

Learning Objectives: Review the values and work related preferences of the different generations, identify generational differences that may cause conflicts at work, identify similar values among the generations, and discuss strategies to manage some of the top challenges in multi-generational companies.
Audience: A&P, Faculty, USPS, OPS, Student OPS

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icon Instructor Navigating the Waters of Sexual Misconduct & Violence on University Campuses: Title IX, Related Laws and University Expectations
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As a recipient of federal funds, UNF must comply with Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972, along with other laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities. This includes all forms of sexual misconduct such as bullying, hazing, and other forms of gender-based indiscretions of a sexual nature. Because of its commitment, UNF offers this awareness session to provide insight and knowledge-based direction in support of this federal mandate. Attendees will learn about the what, who and why of Title IX; examine the relationship of Title IX to non-discrimination and related laws; learn steps in the reporting process; discover important resources; and understand the rights of individuals and potential roles under Title IX.

 

Audience: A&P, Faculty, USPS, OPS, Student OPS

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