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An EVERFI webinar led by our Senior Director of Prevention Education, Kimberly Timpf focusing on how to implement an evidence-informed prescription drug abuse prevention program and highlighting EVERFI’s newest prevention course.
An EVERFI webinar featuring some of the research and work from the University of Michigan’s Dr. Michelle Monroe-Kramer’s on providing culturally appropriate adaptive programs for sexual assault prevention on campuses.
An EVERFI webinar designed to address the new NCAA Sexual Assault Prevention Policy and how to ensure your athletics department is in compliance.
An EVERFI webinar led by our Senior Director of Prevention Education, Holly Rider-Milkovich focusing on what 2016-2017 have told us, from the big picture level, about sexual assault prevention efforts on college campuses.
Watch our webinar to learn from compliance experts how the DOJ's Compliance Program Evaluation Guidance impacts your training program.
Watch our webinar to learn how you can reduce your third party risks with online training and ISO 37001 guidance.
The ability to keep our students safe relies on system-wide commitment, infrastructure, appropriate staffing, and adequate funding. However, these foundational elements are often nonexistent or insufficient for supporting policies and programs that will effectively address the challenges that threaten our students' safety and wellbeing. This webinar provides insights and strategies around elevating the prioritization and impact of prevention, focusing predominantly on high-risk drinking and sexual assault. Our presenter will share campus examples and data-driven approaches for garnering the buy-in and resources needed to keep our students safe and successful at college and beyond.
Watch our webinar and learn from compliance experts best practices for leveraging antitrust training programs to avoid criminal cartel risks.
Many well-intended campus prevention initiatives lack the rigorous intentionality necessary for making a transformative impact on sexual assault. Much is known about effective strategic planning, yet less than
half of campuses are effectively engaging in this critical prevention process. Join this session to learn the four simple questions that can increase institutional investment in prevention, maximize current resources, and ultimately make sexual assault prevention efforts more impactful.