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Do you want to enhance your SVSH prevention skills?
Do you want to influence campus culture?
Are you ready to be a TRAILblazer?
Register in advance for either a full-day in-person training (October and December)
or select any combination of dates for virtual sessions 1, 2, and 3 in September and November.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.
Join the PATH to Care Center for an exciting leadership training opportunity for the entire UC Berkeley campus community (undergrad and grad students, faculty, and staff) to gain valuable skills and tools to prevent and respond to violence and harm.
TRAILblazers will build leadership skills by:
- Exploring social justice concepts and describing the relationship various forms of sexual and gender-based harm and violence
- Interpreting how campus-based sexual violence and harm operates
- Understanding the impact of sexual and gender-based harm and violence on survivors
- Learning about options and opportunities for supporting survivors
- Interrogating societal attitudes and beliefs that normalize violence
- Committing to fostering a respectful campus community
Fall 2022 training dates:
In-person opportunities (Complete all 6 certificate hours during one, in-person retreat; lunch is included.)
October 7 9a-4p
December 7 9a-4p
Virtual opportunities (Sessions can be taken in any order as long as you complete Parts 1, 2, and 3.)
Part I: Understanding Sexual and Gender-Based Violence through a Social Justice Lens
September 15 3-5p
November 2 9:30-11:30a
Part II: Exploring Dynamics of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
September 22 3-5p
November 16 9:30-11:30a
Part III: Understanding Your Influence to Prevent Violence
September 29 3-5p
December 16 9:30-11:30a
In order to receive a TRAILblazer Certificate, participants must complete all 6 hours of training, whether as a full-day in-person retreat or three 2-hour virtual training sessions (Part I: Understanding Sexual and Gender-Based Violence through a Social Justice Lens; Part II: Exploring Dynamics of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence; and Part III: Understanding your Role in Promoting Prevention)
Upon completion, participants will earn a certificate demonstrating their commitment to ending sexual violence and sexual harassment, equity, and survivor support in the workplace, classroom, and across campus.
To ensure that we meet your accessibility needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 10 days in advance of your desired training date. If you experience any difficulty in accessing or completing the Google Form, please contact the PATH to Care Center (email@example.com).
- I heard about this program, but I am unsure how to register for the training.
Please register for training in Fall 2022 using this registration form.
Part I, II, and III of the virtual training are separate 2-hour sessions, covering unique concepts and material. You may register for each part on any date you wish. You must attend all three in their entirety in order to receive the certificate. After completing the entire six hours (Part I, II, and III) of this training, you will earn a certificate demonstrating your commitment to ending sexual violence and sexual harassment, equity, and survivor support in the workplace, classroom, and across campus. Please review this website for more information.
- Am I eligible to take the training?
Current UC Berkeley affiliates (Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Staff, Faculty, Academic Appointees, Visiting Scholars, and Post Docs) are eligible to participate. If these eligibility requirements change, we will let you know.
- Do I need to complete the virtual TRAIL Certificate sessions in sequential order?
No. You are welcome to attend Part I, II, and III in any order.
- How do I make an accommodation request?
- How do I confirm my registration?
Once you have completed the registration form, you will receive a calendar invitation to the training session(s) you have selected.
- What if I am not available for the training dates provided?
We will continue to announce future training dates on our website and through our newsletter. Please visit this website for more information. We hope to see you then!
- What if I cannot attend for the entire session time?
For Fall 2022, we will offer two opportunities to attend T.R.A.I.L. onsite with in-person, full-day sessions in October and December. Attendance the entire day is required to receive the certificate.
Additionally, virtual Zoom sessions are scheduled across three weeks during the months of September and November. In order to receive the certificate, you will need to attend each session (Part I, Part II, and Part III) in its entirety.
If you are not able to stay for the entire session, whether in-person or virtually, please select alternate training dates.
- What if I can no longer attend the training session(s)/date(s) I selected?
Please let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to attend the session you are signed up for. You can inform us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or adjust your RSVP on the bCal invitation(s). When you are ready to attend a different session please complete a new registration form and select new training dates.
- When will I receive my TRAIL Certificate?
Part I, II, and III of the virtual trainings are separate sessions, covering unique concepts and material. You must attend all three in their entirety, in order to receive the certificate. After completing the entire six hours (Part I, II, and III) of this training, you will earn a certificate demonstrating your commitment to ending sexual violence and sexual harassment, equity, and survivor support in the workplace, classroom, and across campus.
Certificates are emailed at the end of each month. If it has been more than six weeks since you completed the trainings, please contact us at email@example.com.
- TRAIL Certificate training was exciting, what more can I do to get involved with PTC?
If you are interested in getting involved in future PATH to Care Center activities and initiatives, please sign up for the PTC listserv and newsletter.
- What if I am seeking support for myself or others?
If you are seeking support for yourself or others please, contact the Care Line for 24/7 urgent support: 510-643-2005.
- How can I get access to training materials?
All training materials are shared with participants one week before the training date. You will receive access to a Google Folder for each training session.