TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 2018 | Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center
Creating a Culture of Safety:
Building Skills to Prevent & Respond to Sexual Misconduct in Schools & Youth Organizations
About the Conference:
Building on last fall's highly successful conference, this event will feature a day of skill-building sessions to increase the confidence of school and youth organization leaders to prevent and respond to a range of boundary-violating behaviors on the continuum of employee misconduct.
Learn how you can:
- Identify strengths and gaps in your current safe-child policies
- Train your employees using a new, effective online training on sexual abuse prevention and provide resources to educate parents
- Develop a detailed code of conduct that sets clear behavioral boundaries
- Better screen prospective employees to discourage those with concerning behaviors
- Engage youth in assessing/modifying the safety of physical spaces
- Confidently respond to staff who have been reported to you for boundary violations
- Appropriately respond to students/clients when they disclose sexual abuse or misconduct
- Learn the latest information about Title IX standards and compliance requirements
Who Should Attend:
State education leaders, public school superintendents and principals, heads of private independent schools, leaders of youth-serving organizations, directors of schools of education, and other strategic decision makers would all benefit from attending this conference.
Highlights from Last Year:
Our October 2017 conference saw over 130 participants from across the country ranging from school superintendents and heads of schools to vice presidents of youth organizations and insurance companies.
"The variety of speakers and the topics covered were very powerful. I took away so much and can better move forward with my work, thank you!"
"You covered a broad range of information and had concrete advice and resources presented in every session"
"This was a well thought out conference. It was ambitious yet organized"