Preventing Abuse of Minors on Campus
November 7, Location: Library 286
10:00am to 2:00pm
WHAT IS THE LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP AND HOW IS IT DIFFERENT FROM LAST YEAR’S CERTIFIED PRAESIDIUM GUARDIAN SESSION?
This half-day workshop is a great introduction to abuse risk management and is designed to facilitate larger campus-wide conversations about how, why, and what youth protection systems exist on campus.
The workshop will include a two-hour mid-morning presentation (approx. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm) that provides attendees with a fundamental understanding of the scope of the risk, how abuse happens in youth serving programs, best practices in prevention, and leadership's role in abuse prevention initiatives. This session will also provide information on how you can leverage the Praesidium partnership.
This presentation will be followed by a working lunch (approx. 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm) and tabletop exercises designed to facilitate important discussions on campus:
• What systems do you already have in place?
• How to prioritize next steps?
• Who should be involved in the decisions and build a sponsorship network?
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Key stakeholders on campus (state-side and auxiliary) involved in whole or in part with managing the risk of minors on campus. These individuals may include representatives from Extended President's Cabinet, Deans, Directors, key Department Leaders, Auxiliary Executive Directors, and Associated Students, Inc. These individuals may span a range of operations:
• Risk Management, Audit, Compliance, Title IX
• Human Resources
• Student Affairs and Residential Life
• Recreation, Athletics
• Key Academic Departments with youth programming
Space is limited. Please reserve your seat by sending your name and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Risk Talk: Topic TBD
December, Location TBD
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