For faculty, staff and students. A free, 8-hour training on recognizing mental health conditions, helping others through mental health crises and referring someone to mental health services. This training covers topics including anxiety, depression, suicide, bipolar, schizophrenia and more. Faculty and Staff register on myTraining, and students follow the link. For more information, contact Dr. Mark Green at firstname.lastname@example.org.
**This training is open to community members at a small fee of $50.
For faculty, staff, and students. A free, 1.5 hour training on helping individuals recognize the signs of crises in order to help reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention training. Learn how to intervene and prevent suicide. Certification lasts 3 years.
**This training is open to community members at a small fee of $20.
For faculty and staff. A free, 1-hour online training on identifying mental health conditions, addressing mental health concerns and referring to mental health services if needed. Click here to take the training.
For faculty and staff. Do you want to learn how to respond to problem behavior in the classroom, in the workplace, or while you are out and about on campus? The Care Team (formerly the University Behavior Intervention Team) is offering Campus Workshops that are designed to help you learn what you can do to help keep our campus safe. To learn more about CARE Team, click here. To register, go to myWSU, then go to the Faculty/Staff tab and click myTraining.
For faculty, staff and students. This training is a dynamic, interactive session that includes activities and discussion around:
For faculty, staff and students. This training will cover:
For faculty and staff. Ability Allies are a network of faculty, staff and students who take a visible role in promoting disability awareness, supporting persons with disabilities and maintaining resources for working and interacting with people with disabilities. This training is designed to shape your perspective on ability versus disability and providing an open forum for questions and concerns for those interacting with individuals with disabilities. Register through myTraining.
For faculty and staff. This training is to help increase awareness of Veteran issues on campus. Go to myTraining to register.
For faculty and staff. This training is to help increase awareness campus safety and social responsibility. Go to myTraining to register.