Praesidium Training – Preventing Abuse of Youth on Campus
Thursday, September 14th
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
San Francisco State University offers a wide range of opportunities for youth to gain new and exciting experiences through valuable interactions with our campus community. Ensuring that children are safe while entrusted to our care is one of the most important things we can do as a public institution and a valued partner of the community.
Join Enterprise Risk Management on September 14th at 10:00 am for a two-hour discussion on ways to effectively safeguard our interactions with youth on campus. This discussion will provide attendees from campus and auxiliary organizations with a better understanding of safeguards to prevent abuse in a university setting including:
- How allegations of abuse most commonly occur
- Best practices when interacting with minors
- Reporting requirements
The entire campus community is invited to participate in the two-hour session but those who might find the subject matter particularly relevant to their areas are:
- Key campus stakeholders from Student Affairs, Res Life, Athletics, Campus Rec, Conference Planning
- Faculty, staff and volunteers working directly with all types of youth programs including camps, academic events, daycare, tutoring, mentoring, etc.
- Anyone working with minors in internships and research programs
Praesidium, a valued partner of CSURMA since 2013, works with organizations across the world to prevent the abuse of children and vulnerable adults, to prevent false allegations of abuse against innocent employees and volunteers, and to prevent the loss of reputation for organizations serving youth.
Please e-mail Solinna Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve your seat.