Spotlight on Preparedness

Be Aware. Be Prepared.

Spotlight on Preparedness empowers the campus community to be partners in public safety to develop a culture of preparedness that increases the safety and security of the entire campus population.

Seminar topics offered to faculty, staff, and students include hazard awareness, personal risk mitigation, and emergency response skills.


Bystander Intervention | June 20, 2017

Bystander Intervention | Step in and Make a Difference
Stand. Speak. Act.

When:              Tuesday, June 20, 2017, Noon–2 p.m.
Cost:                Free for current Auraria Campus students, faculty, and staff
Trainer:            The Phoenix Center at Auraria
Location:         A confirmation email will be sent in advance of the seminar with the location of the training.

Pizza and soft drinks will be provided for all registered participants.

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TRAINING OVERVIEW

  • Learn how to step in and help someone you’re concerned about. You don’t have to be a hero or even stand out from the crowd to make a big difference in someone’s life.
  • This workshop discusses bystander intervention and works to develop strategies to intervene in difficult situations.
  • The focus of this workshop is on incidents of stalking, sexual assault, and relationship violence. The principles learned in this workshop can be applied to many other situations.

Questions:
Eric Leath, Emergency Preparedness Manager
eric.leath@ahec.edu | 303-556-3295

Spotlight on Preparedness Registration

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You will receive a confirmation email closer to the date of the seminar, which will provide you with the meeting location. Thank you for your registration!