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Mandatory Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention Training

In our ongoing efforts to foster a safe and respectful environment at Concordia, we are launching mandatory sexual violence awareness and prevention training.

Titled “It takes all of us,” the training was designed by KnowledgeOne and Concordia’s Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) based on consultations with a wide cross-section of the university community as well as the Standing Committee on Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Violence. Faculty, staff and students are all required to take the training, which is availble either online or in person.

The content of the training is preventive in nature and focuses on:

  • Consent;
  • Bystander intervention;
  • Supporting survivors; and
  • Information on our policies and processes.

Sexual violence awareness and prevention training is a legal requirement as outlined by Bill 151.

All new students (whether undergraduate or graduate) starting in January of 2020 must complete this mandatory training by February 19, 2020.

All faculty and staff members who joined Concordia after October 4, 2019 must complete this mandatory training by February 19, 2020.

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