Trainings and Presentations

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is providing online and in-person training options to ensure that the University at Buffalo meets its commitment under New York State law to train all employees in sexual harassment prevention.  These trainings inform faculty and professional staff about their obligation to report when they become aware of sexual harassment or sexual violence experienced by students.  

Child Protection

The Child Protection Policy supports UB’s commitment to protect the safety and welfare of children on campus. This online course will help you to understand the obligations of employees, students and visitors under the policy, what to do if you witness or suspect abuse or inappropriate conduct toward a child, how the policy relates to programs and research involving children and employee obligations when granting campus access to visitors.

This course is highly recommended for all University staff and faculty, especially those who work with children as part of a University program or activity or through research or work activities. To ensure you receive credit for taking this course, make sure to print the certificate at the end of the course using the print function in your web browser.

Accessing SUNY's Child Protection Training

In cases where the custody, control, or supervision of children is entrusted to the university, SUNY's Child Protection Policy will apply. This video explains when the SUNY policy and training requirements apply, and how to access SUNY's Child Protection Training.

SUNY's Child Protection Policy Website

In-Person Training and Workshops

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) provides training on a number of topics and issues.  Please contact EDI (716) 645-2266 for information about in-person training on any topic related to discrimination or harassment, including:

  • Sexual harassment
  • Search committee training
  • Reasonable accommodations
  • Respect and civility
  • Diversity/Cultural competence
  • Discrimination compliance