West Georgia Technical College is required to provide education and prevention programs to educate the campus community on sexual assault and violence, intervention, and reporting. These programs are intended to end sexual violence through the encouragement of positive behaviors. Listed below are the educational programs available:
- Get Inclusive – an online program for students that addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment.
- Sexual Assault Prevention for Faculty and Staff – an online training course designed to provide employees with information to prevent sexual harassment and properly report complaints of sexual harassment or retaliation. In addition to completing the online training, employees must acknowledge receiving the Statewide Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy.
Education and Prevention Programs
Due to added emphasis on the Clery Act: Violence Against Women Act, the College offers courses through a service called Get Inclusive. The courses are Voices for Change: Module One – Consent and Sexual Violence, Module Two – Identities and Inclusion, Module Three – Alcohol and Other Drugs, and Module Four – Hazing and Intimidation. These modules can be used independently or collectively.
Look back here for more course information through Get Inclusive soon!
If you have questions or need assistance with Get Inclusive, please contact Student Life at email@example.com