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Request a Training

The Sacramento State Office for Equal Opportunity (OEO), in addition to conducting investigations, is committed to outreach and prevention efforts in order to stop discrimination and harassment before it begins. We are pleased to offer regularly scheduled training opportunities to members of the community including groups of students, staff, faculty, and administrators. However, we encourage the campus to remember that we are also available to educate any campus groups, small or large, upon request. We can set up trainings with you on a recurring basis or even just one time.

Custom Training

Each training will be tailored to the specific audience and can be adjusted for time constraints. Below are some examples of trainings we standardly offer. Please don’t hesitate to email equalopportunity@csus.edu to request a training now.

Training Delivery

Please note that the majority of trainings from OEO are currently only available remotely via Zoom. If there is a particular need for in-person training, the OEO team can discuss this possibility with the requestor.

Types of Training

Employee Training

Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Standard Employee Training for Groups including, but not limited to:

  • Housing Staff
  • Department Chairs
  • Deans and Associate Deans
  • Police Department
  • Various College/Department Teams
  • Peer Health Educators
  • Athletics Department
  • College Departments

Student Training

Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Training for Students, including:

  • Student Organizations, including Greek Life
  • Athletics Teams
  • Student Interns or Fellows
  • International Students
  • New Students and Transfer Students
  • Guest Lectures
  • Upon the request of a professor, an OEO team member teaches 1-2 sessions of a course as a guest lecturer.

Meet and Greet

A brief meeting so that students or employees can get to know the OEO team and ask questions.

Trauma Informed Training

A collaboration with the Sacramento Confidential Advocacy Group, WEAVE. Helps employees and student employees respond in a trauma-informed way to disclosures of sexual misconduct, dating violence, and/or stalking. Helps employees understand the context of campus procedures.

MPP 101

A training targeted toward managers and their interactions with OEO in specific scenarios.

SAC STATE 101

A more general overview training of OEO’s functions and relevant policies.