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    April 2017

    New Learning Portal, New Courses

    United Educators (UE) understands that addressing offenses such as sexual violence and discrimination is a top priority for colleges and universities, and our online training offers a cost-effective way for members to address this important issue. To help your institution navigate today’s complicated regulatory environment, UE has several new courses to train your institution in our new EduRisk Learning Portal

    Mosaic Learning Program

    Based on real-world scenarios from higher education, the two Mosaic courses teach all employees—faculty and staff, supervisors and non-supervisors—how to identify, address, and prevent sexual violence and workplace harassment issues.

    Mosaic: Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together covers:

    • The different types of discrimination that can occur in the workplace, including who is and who is not protected under federal law
    • Common workplace harassment situations, including retaliation
    • When it is appropriate to report instances of workplace harassment

    Mosaic: Prevent Sexual Violence Together covers:

    • The different types of sexual and intimate partner violence, and recognizing common warning signs and troubling behaviors
    • Steps to confront and report incidents of sexual and intimate partner violence
    • Techniques for responding to student victims of sexual violence

    Intervene Course

    Intervene is a 20-minute video portraying student bystanders successfully intervening in real-life situations. The video is for college students and is based on situations involving sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence (emotional abuse), hazing, alcohol emergency, emotional distress, and bias.

    Intervene works best with students who have already experienced some of the challenges of college life. As such, we recommend this program as part of ongoing campus education, not as an orientation program for new students. 

    Impressions Course

    Impressions helps college students recognize sexual assault. This course can help institutions meet training obligations under Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act, and is meant to complement other prevention efforts at your institution.

    Topics covered include: 

    • Definitions of sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking
    • The “culture of care” at higher educational institutions
    • Prevention, including bystander intervention techniques
    • How to report and where to go for support
    • The meaning of consent

    To learn more about our new course offerings and obtain full previews of all of our courses, please visit the Training Tools section of EduRisk Solutions.

    If you have questions or need assistance implementing these courses, please contact

    Learn More

    Please join us on Wednesday, May 10, 1 to 2 p.m. (ET) for EduRisk's New Learning Portal: The Implementation Experience, a webinar that will demonstrate the on-boarding process for our new learning portal from the perspective of a training administrator.

    Register for the Webinar >>


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