Thursday, August 4, 2022
2:00 – 3:30 pm ET
Protocols for Interaction to Minimize Institutional Risk & Protect Young Campus Visitors
Do you have interaction protocols in place for your student staff who are in contact with minors? Do your student staff such as athletic assistants, camp counselors, lifeguards, daycare staff, visit hosts and conference leaders have clear instructions and guidelines on issues related to minors?
There are very real concerns related to the organization of groups, where and how one-on-one interactions take place, physical touch and the use of language that must be outlined clearly to student staff members.
Join us on August 4, 2022 for a 90-minute online training where you and your staff will explore ways to reduce your risk of liability and to protect your institution from unnecessary lawsuits involving interactions between adults and minors.
Revisit your policies, including training efforts, to ensure that you are meeting your moral and legal responsibilities to minors, not placing your staff in compromising positions, and keeping your institution safe from legal action.
At the conclusion of the webinar, you will be able to:
- Protect yourself and your institution from legal challenges regarding your student staff who work with minors — avoid costly litigation and negative publicity by developing clear protocols/policies that outline behavior and interaction expectations of your staff.
- Identify resources, both internal and external, to assist with training student staff — ensure they are compliant with campus, state and federal mandates to protect your institution and the minors they interact with.
- Understand changes to regulations and laws that have been implemented to protect minors visiting campus — minimize liability by incorporating an intensive screening and training process to set clear expectations for behavior for any student who is selected to interact with minors.
- Engage key stakeholders from around campus that host or sponsor youth/minors on campus and utilize student staff employees/volunteers — ensure all members of the campus community are implementing strategies to minimize risk and follow campus policies and procedures regarding reporting and managing incidents involving minors.
- Know when to, and when not to, intervene with outside groups hosting on-campus events to guarantee they uphold your expectations and policies — make sure your institution does not assume risk.
Dr. Gregory J. (Greg) Nayor currently serves as the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Daemen University in Amherst, NY. In this capacity, Dr. Nayor provides leadership to all areas of student affairs, enrollment management, and over-arching strategic initiatives for the University. Additionally, Dr. Nayor serves as associate faculty in the Masters of Science of Education (MSHE) Program at Penn State University and the University at Buffalo. Dr. Nayor is also a Senior Consultant with Azdell-Morgan Organizational Management Solutions, LLC., a consulting firm that specializes in Campus Safety and Administrative on-site evaluation projects that include training of institutional personnel.
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Included When You Register
Invite your entire team for one low price!
- Live 90-minute online session with carefully selected expert(s)
- Unlimited access to view webinar recording on demand (available 24-48 hours after live event)
- Materials for your team (handouts, discussion questions, etc.)
- Certificate of completion for each participant
- Weekly newsletter – What's Working on Campus
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