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Education & Training

Online Student Training

Student Training

In support of Johns Hopkins University's commitment to maintaining work and academic environments that are free from all forms of harassment and discrimination, the Office of Institutional Equity offers an online training program for students.  The training program will ensure our community’s familiarity with Title IX, VAWA, and the Johns Hopkins' Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures, and will also promote the university’s standards of conduct, reporting responsibilities, and resources available for support and assistance.

For more information about tips for taking the training, or what to do you in the event that you encounter a technical difficulty, please visit the following Student Affairs’ website.

Online Faculty & Staff Training

In support of Johns Hopkins University's commitment to maintaining work and academic environments that are free from all forms of harassment and discrimination, the Office of Institutional Equity offers an online training program for faculty and staff. The training program will ensure our community’s familiarity with Title IX VAWA, and the Johns Hopkins' Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures, and will also promote the university’s standards of conduct, reporting responsibilities, and resources available for support and assistance.

Live Training

Live Training

To schedule a live discrimination, harassment, or sexual misconduct prevention training, please complete the Training Request Form, contact the Office of Institutional Equity at 410-516-8075, or e-mail OIE@jhu.edu.

Bystander Intervention Training

Bystander Intervention Training

BIT is an interactive, student-facilitated training that aims to engage everyone in preventing gender violence on the JHU Homewood campus. Bystander Intervention Training helps students identify situations of concern, and provides knowledge and tools to encourage safe and successful interventions. Adapted from a curriculum developed at the University of New Hampshire and Duke University, the goal of the program is to reduce the incidence of sexual and relationship violence on campus by training participants to intervene in safe and creative ways, rather than standing aside as a passive bystander. If you would like to schedule a BIT program for your student group, please contact Alyse Campbell at jhuchew@jh.edu.

Materials Used to Train Title IX Coordinators, Investigators, Decision-Makers, and Any Person Who Facilitates an Informal Resolution Process