Workshops & Trainings
The Office of Civil Rights and Title IX offers several trainings and workshops for campus members. Please scroll through our menu below for available workshops and trainings. If you do not see anything that fits your needs, we can also customize any training/workshop to meet your needs. We look forward to working with you!
If you would like to schedule a training, please submit the "Training Request Form" found below.
This training provides a foundational understanding and awareness of the Title IX office and the policies, processes, and objectives that guide our work. It provides an understanding of power-based violence, and why this term is used. This training also provides resources and ways to support survivors of harm. Participants leave with a better understanding of their mandatory reporting responsibilities, and how to support those who might be experiencing harm.
This training provides a foundational understanding and awareness of the Title IX office and the policies, processes, and objectives that guide our work. It provides an understanding of power-based violence, and why this term is used. Students will walk away with an understanding of the mandatory reporting process, but also with options to report confidentially to those identified resources at LSU. Resources and supportive options are also identified in this training.
This training promotes the idea that humans are relational and are always in relationship with others, and that we can all strive to be healthier in those relationships. It identifies characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships, teaches how to recognize the warning signs of unhealthy relationships, and provides support and resources. This training also discusses how to set personal boundaries, how to engage in healthy communication, have respect for others, and communication around consent.
This training is designed to be given as a follow up to the Healthy Relationship Training but can be a stand-alone training as well. This training discusses consent and teaches participants how to have conversations to establish a healthy culture of consent. It also discusses boundaries and how to establish healthy ones.
Bringing in the Bystander is LSU’s first nationally recognized evidence-based bystander intervention program. It focuses on training students, faculty, and staff on the importance of being an active pro-social bystander who intervenes to positively impact a potentially harmful situation. It also teaches that anyone can intervene using strategies that are most comfortable for the person intervening.
The LSU GRACE training (Gaining Resilience and Cultivating Empowerment) is a workshop designed to provide faculty and staff the tools to confidently support students and colleagues who may have been impacted by sexual violence. Participants will leave with a greater understanding and knowledge of trauma-informed care, empathy, and available resources for survivors.