What Will I Learn?

  • Conduct that occurs off-duty
  • Security concerns
  • Obstacles to awareness
  • What sexual assault is and looks like
  • Creating effective workplace domestic violence programs

Description

Voices Against Violence is a non-profit organization that provides services for victims of crime. In this session, we are going to go over what sexual assault is and what sexual harassment and domestic violence looks like in the workplace. We will go over warning signs, how to respond and react if these situations occur, and informed policies and procedures.

  • Step 1: Register online with the College of Southern Idaho Workforce Development & Training Department.
  • Note: This class is FREE. When the payment method is asked, simply put "I will pay with check or cash" to confirm your registration. This will reserve your seat.

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for employers looking to build awareness and train ALL employees to recognize and respond to signs of domestic violence in the workplace.

Pre-requisite

Seating is limited to two individuals per company.

Instructor Bio

Noemi Juarez

Noemi Juarez is the Education & Outreach Coordinator for Voices Against Violence. Previously she has had 6 years of experience in the education field. She has worked with children, at-risk youth and seasonal and migrant farm-workers. She started working for Voices in May 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Family Relations. Due to personal experiences, Noemi can relate to those in the community struggling. Through education and prevention work, she strives to empower the community.