1 LEARNING PROGRAM CATALOG for Higher Education Institutions Learning Programs for Colleges and Universities Learning programs from EduRisk, by United Educators, are designed to keep your campus safe and contribute to a respectful workplace. Browse this booklet to learn about our offerings for students, faculty, and staff.
2 About the EduRisk Learning Portal EduRisk ȚM from United Educators (UE), offers a comprehensive suite of risk management resources. Members of UE have free, exclusive access to hundreds of resources, including the multimedia learning programs described in this catalog. Learners on your campus students, faculty, and staff can register to access these courses on the EduRisk Learning Portal at EduRiskLearning.org. A training administrator can register individual learners or learners can register themselves using their institution code. This code can be obtained by sending an to UE can also upload learner data in bulk for you. Accessing Courses The featured classes for each learner will vary based on the role selected during the registration process. Four roles are offered: Faculty Staff Supervisor Student Topic Audience Page Faculty Staff Supervisors Students Campus SaVE Act 5 Contracting and Risk Allocation 6 Crisis Response Planning 7 Driver Safety 8 Protecting Children From Sexual Misconduct 9 Short-Term International Programs 10 Student Title IX and Respect Training (START)* 11 Student Threat Assessment Teams 12 Teaching Science Safely 13 Workplace Harassment Prevention 14 *Students are the primary audience but faculty, staff, and supervisors will benefit from the learning program. 2/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
3 Multimedia Resources EduRisk learning programs incorporate a variety of formats to address the diverse learning styles that adults and students bring to campus. These include: Media-rich, interactive online courses Articles Job aids Facilitator-led training materials Education-Specific Scenarios Training administrators may preview courses on EduRiskSolutions.org to determine which may be most appropriate for their campus. However, successful course completions will only be recorded for courses taken through the EduRisk Learning Portal. Education-specific scenarios form the basis for learning programs. These realistic examples and simulations immerse the learner and aid in retaining information. Scenarios on topics such as workplace harassment and crisis response are based on analysis of situations that have been reported to UE over our 27 years of managing claims. When individuals are aware of high-risk situations, they are more likely to avoid them or respond in a manner that would prevent an incident. 3/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
4 Measuring Success The greatest measure of success is identifying behaviors that have changed as a result of training. Effectiveness means that users are learning the content presented and are able to apply the knowledge and skills in their day-to-day campus interactions. To collect immediate feedback, a survey is ed to learners after course completion. The survey quantifies the level of learning and requests feedback on course content. To gauge the long-term value of the course, learners are sent a second survey 90 days after course completion to assess whether skills or lessons from the course have been applied. Round-the-Clock Assistance For help initiating your institution s use of the EduRisk Learning Portal, contact The 24x7 help desk for the learning portal is available at or (301) Log on to EduRiskSolutions.org to preview courses; then send your learners to EduRiskLearning.org to take courses for UE credit. 4/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
5 LEARNING PROGRAMS Available on EduRiskLearning.org Campus SaVE Act Higher education institutions are expected to make a good faith effort to comply with the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE Act), which became effective in March Part of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA), the law comes at a time of multiple high-profile government investigations of campus response to sexual misconduct allegations and a White House Task Force report on protecting students from sexual assault. Does your institution have plans to meet the good faith effort? This EduRisk learning program can help you take steps toward meeting the Campus SaVE compliance requirements. Online courses for students, employees, and administrators provide an overview of the new law and steps to identify and implement policies. Resources include key definitions, compliance recommendations, and a compliance checklist. Introduction to the Campus SaVE Act for Students Online course 20 minutes Students Introduction to the Campus SaVE Act for Employees Online course 20 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Legal Implications of the Campus SaVE Act for Administrators Online course 20 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors* Topics Covered: Recognizing and preventing sexual violence offenses Warning signs of abuse Bystander intervention Steps victims of sexual violence should take Topics Covered: This course is modeled after the student course and provides information from the faculty/staff perspective. Topics Covered: Understanding Campus SaVE Act, Clery Act, and VAWA The expanded categories of hate crimes which must be reported An education and training checklist *This course is recommended for faculty, staff, and supervisors who are involved with Title IX and VAWA compliance. 5/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
6 Contracting and Risk Allocation Good contracting practices and understanding of indemnification and insurance will help protect your institution s bottom line. This learning program includes introductory and advanced online courses as well as resources such as A Guide for Reviewing Contracts and A Checklist for Effective Releases. Contracting 101: Contracting Fundamentals Online course 60 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors What is a binding contract? What are core provisions in written contracts? Why are contracting policies important? Contracting 201: Risk Allocation in Contracts Online course minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Basics of risk allocation, including contractual liability Indemnification provisions that may affect liability and negligence Insurance provisions, including generally required types of insurance 6/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
7 Scenario One: Student Alleges Sexual Assault While on Study Abroad Program 3 Scenario Two: Hazing on Women s Soccer Team 7 Scenario Three: Employee Travel Expense Fraud 11 These scenarios can be adapted as needed for higher education and K-12 institutions. Some possible alterations appear at the end of the scenarios, and K-12 institutions can easily substitute appropriate job titles. As with any tabletop exercise, there are no right or wrong answers. Rather, the scenarios should prompt crisis response team members to discuss your institution s policies and practices, apply them to the facts, and consider whether Institutions should consult How to Conduct a Table Top Exercise at Your Institution: A Tutorial for Campus Administrators and Crisis Response Team Members. This video tutorial provides guidance on how to structure a tabletop exercise, regardless of the scenario selected, and can be especially helpful to institutions that lack previous experience with these exercises. Learning Resources brought to you by United Educators + Crisis Response Planning Are you prepared to address incidents such as a sexual assault during a schoolsponsored study abroad trip or embezzlement involving a staff member? Any incident, large or small, can negatively impact your institution s reputation or financial strength. This learning program was developed to help your institution prepare, improve, and test your plan for responding to a wide range of potential internal crises. Through a mini-course and an online game, staff will learn how to compose an effective crisis response team and plan, test, and train others on responding to a crisis. Administrators will benefit from the interactive Best Practices Checkup, sample tabletop exercises, and a video demonstrating how to facilitate tabletop exercises. Crisis Within Preparing Your Institution s Response Online course 20 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Defining internal crises Involving key stakeholders Preparing a crisis response plan Communicating throughout a crisis Crisis Within: The Game Trouble at Dangerous Creek College Crisis Response Learning Program Table Top Exercises Page 1 Table Top Exercises Crisis Response Learning Program Contents How to Use This Guide EduRisk Solutions Learning Game minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Practice your reaction when faced with the following scenarios: Bedbug Infestation Flu Outbreak 7/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
8 Driver Safety Driving on school business and transporting passengers is a serious responsibility and drivers must be ready for the unexpected. Proper preparation for trips, minor adjustments to driving habits, and elimination of distractions can help reduce risks on the road. The Driver Safety online course will help those driving on or offcampus for school business to identify and mitigate those risks and learn specific strategies for handling emergency situations. Driver Safety Online course 45 minutes All* Baseline knowledge of safe driving behaviors Driver safety training such as trip preparation, defensive driving, traveling with passengers, and long distance driving *All = Faculty, Staff, Supervisors, and Students 8/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
9 Protecting Children From Sexual Misconduct Educators have a responsibility to protect the well-being of minors. This learning program describes good practices for preventing incidents of sexual misconduct and responding properly when allegations are made. Those involved with internships, student teaching, or other programs requiring interaction with K-12 students will benefit from this learning program. Training administrators will have additional materials to support the learning program including case study videos, a policy and audit guide, and employee background check resources. How Teachers and Other Educators Can Protect Our Children Online course 60 minutes All* Behaviors exhibited by those who prey on children Appropriate boundaries between students and educators Effective codes of conduct Reporting incidents or suspicious behaviors *All = Faculty, Staff, Supervisors, and Students A Manager s Guide to Prevention and Response Online course 120 minutes Supervisors Recognizing the signs of abuse or misconduct Screening staff to ensure quality hires Investigating allegations of abuse or misconduct Responding to a crisis and disciplinary action 9/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
10 by Christiane Groth, Risk Analyst, United Educators Study abroad programs attract as many as 200,000 American students each year and appear to be growing in popularity. As a recent New York Times article said, Previous generations regarded teaching study abroad duties, as routinely a perk encounter challenges that include sick students, motor vehicle accidents, for the wealthy. But students now believe that studying abroad is an entitlement. The student options misbehavior, in study and lost passports. abroad programs are increasingly varied, ranging from the traditional semester abroad in Europe to shorter programs destined to developing countries around the globe. Regardless of the destination Institutions or the typically number provide faculty and administrators with guidance on developing study abroad of students participating, there is one constant study abroad presents risks. programs and shepherding a proposal through the academic approval process. Fewer, however, provide detailed guidance on the nonacademic duties study abroad leaders are expected to perform situations they are unprepared for or ill equipped to handle, they may make poor decisions. These in Study abroad program leaders participating in heavy drinking with students turn can lead to unsafe conditions or inappropriate behavior that jeopardizes students well-being and results in legal claims. Faculty members intimidating students into having sex Institutions can help ensure good decision making by study abroad program leaders in the following Host family members sexually assaulting students placed in their care ways: Program leaders failing to obtain or supervise medical care provided to students 1. Exercise judgment when selecting study abroad program leaders. The opportunity to lead a Students visiting restaurants or nightclubs in high crime areas and becoming victims study of abroad program should be a privilege, not a right. In addition to reviewing a study abroad robbery and other crimes program for its academic merit, consider whether the faculty member or administrator in question has the traits necessary to successfully lead the program. Some questions to consider Meticulous planning can help your program leaders, host families, and student participants include: avoid many risks common to studying abroad. Has the faculty member or administrator traveled abroad previously? How does the person describe the experience? Does the individual have a particular background (for example, language skills, academic expertise, or cultural interest) that would contribute to the program s quality Care and diligence in choosing and training personnel can prevent problems later. Institutions and that success? rely on same level of attention that they would. Does the individual generally follow the institution s rules and guidelines or create his or her own rules? What kind of reputation for student management does the faculty member or Study abroad faculty and administrators perform various functions that other administrators administrator would address have? on the home campus, such as student discipline, counseling, risk management, and crisis response. How resourceful A is the individual? Will he or she have the judgment to handle the University of Wisconsin report notes that study abroad faculty, in addition to performing their regular minor illnesses? 2. they will be required to perform Student behavior: Be clear about the need to set expectations of student behavior and guidelines for disciplining students when problems occur. Be sure to include guidance on dealing with alcohol consumption, which is a key factor in many behavior problems. Michigan State University s (MSU) study abroad faculty handbook advises and communicating them to participants in an orientation prior to departure. Faculty leaders are encouraged to engage students in community-building activities during these orientation sessions to discourage inappropriate behavior. The MSU handbook also provides suggestions for dealing with minor behavioral problems and lists infractions that warrant immediate dismissal from the program. Safety health, crime, political instability, and other matters. Program leaders should include in their program materials and discussions with students crime and safety information, such as advice on dress and locations to avoid. Also, encourage program leaders to Short-Term International Programs Short-term international programs lasting a few weeks or less deserve the same vetting, preparation, and planning associated with more traditional semester-long study abroad programs. This learning program includes an online course as well as written and audio resources that help higher education institutions prepare students and staff for safe and rewarding educational experiences around the world. Resources include A Checklist for Campus Administrators Managing Short-Term International Programs, Study Abroad Programs: Selection and Preparation bulletin, and the Short-Term International Programs monograph. Risk Research Bulletin Business and Academic Operations Short-Term International Programs Online course 60 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Developing policies for program review and approval Preparing and orienting trip leaders and students prior to departure Managing the trip by monitoring participant activities, enforcing policies, and responding to emergency situations Evaluating the program to identify lessons learned and improve future trips January 2007 Before a Study Abroad Program Sets Sail: Preventing Harm Through Selection and Preparation 2 United Educators Risk Research Bulletin January Select and prepare study abroad program administrators, faculty, and host families with care. A. Study abroad faculty and administrators 10/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
11 Student Title IX and Respect Training (START) Educating students on sexual assault and harassment helps them recognize and avoid risky behavior and prevent incidents. This learning program, together with information on your institution s own policies and grievance procedures, can be used to help fulfill federal Title IX training obligations for students. UE encourages faculty, staff, and supervisors to complete this learning program so that they can help prevent, respond to, and report situations. Each learner should also read Relationship Violence: Know the Warning Signs. Training administrators can access discussion guides to help initiate and facilitate meaningful dialogue on campus. Lasting Choices: Protecting Our Campus From Sexual Assault Online course 30 minutes Students* Healthy Relationships and Dating Violence Online course 30 minutes Students* Sexual assault investigations The role of alcohol in sexual assault How to report incidents Intervention strategies Harassment/Respect Among Peers Characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships Forms of dating abuse Victims of cyber abuse Dating abuse in the LGBT community How students can get help Online course 30 minutes Students* The types of behaviors that can be considered harassment How to address and report harassing behaviors *Course is designed for students, however, faculty and staff will benefit from understanding what students are learning. 11/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
12 Student Threat Assessment Teams Nothing is more important than the safety of each and every person at your college or university. Threat assessment teams can take steps to assist persons in trouble and prevent acts of violence that threaten campus safety. Whether your institution is looking to establish a team or improve existing procedures, this learning program can help through examining the factors behind effective threat assessment teams. Student Threat Assessment Teams Online course 60 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Characteristics and members of an effective team How to establish and monitor a system for reporting incidents Scenarios for assessing potential crises and managing a situation as it unfolds Guidelines for handling and recording information including compliance with federal requirements 12/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
13 Teaching Science Safely Careless handling of materials and equipment in the science laboratory can have serious, even deadly, consequences. This learning program helps institutions manage and reduce risks by establishing comprehensive lab safety policies. Administrators and lab instructors can use the Teaching Science Safely online course to reinforce existing knowledge. Other resources include the Learning Science Safely video; the bulletin, Science Labs: Protecting Students From Injury; as well as other print and audio materials. Teaching Science Safely Online course 60 minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors How to establish and implement policies to protect students and others in a lab Safety measures while conducting experiments Use of personal protective equipment How to ensure that students follow procedures so that safety is second nature 13/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
14 Workplace Harassment Prevention A workplace free from harassment fosters a positive work environment, builds a sense of community, and reinforces the shared mission that is unique to educational institutions. This learning program offers two courses to help learners recognize and prevent unlawful harassment. UE recommends that faculty, staff, and supervisors complete at least one course each year. Resources for this learning program include Overview of the Law on Harassment and Preventing Unlawful Harassment Tips for Employees. Instructor-led workshop materials are available for training administrators to use in implementing the learning program onsite. These include a facilitator s guide, PowerPoint presentation, and case studies. Workplace Harassment Prevention 113 Online course minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Workplace Harassment Mini-Courses Faculty, staff, and supervisor modules provide an in-depth look at harassment issues, using immersive, branched-learning scenarios to put learners into real-world harassment situations. Learners take on the role of a character with an option to explore each scenario from different perspectives. Workplace Harassment Prevention 110 Online course minutes Faculty, Staff, and Supervisors Definition of types of harassment and protected groups How to recognize and report incidents of harassment and retaliation The supervisor module also covers: Responding to an incident reported to you Preventing retaliation against an employee who has made a complaint The faculty module also covers: Academic freedom as it relates to harassment complaints Security and Support Staff Maintenance/Housekeeping minutes Staff and Supervisors Research shows that behavior change is most likely to occur when personnel recognize themselves or their peers in learning situations. These mini-courses cover the most essential elements of workplace harassment prevention using scenarios specific to personnel who work in security, maintenance, or housekeeping. 14/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
15 Learning Programs Coming Soon Concussion Management EduRisk tackles this important topic through online courses and tip sheets for students, parents, and coaches. A Best Practices Checkup and publications describing concussion management plans and prevention programs will be included. Other topics to be covered: Signs and symptoms of traumatic brain injuries Reporting Monitoring progress Determining when an athlete can return to play Alcohol Abuse Prevention Alcohol prevention continues to garner attention, more so recently due to the publicized relationship between alcohol use and sexual assault. This program will include online courses and written recommendations addressing: Myths about alcohol consumption Consequences of alcohol abuse Handling peer pressure What UE members are saying about EduRisk Learning Programs: The scenarios were well done. I have had many opportunities for training in workplace harassment over the years and I feel this was one of the best. The message was clearly communicated and gave the student many opportunities to practice handling situations in a safe virtual setting. 15/16 EduRisk Learning Portal for Higher Education EduRiskLearning.org
16 EduRisk provides education-specific risk management resources to colleges and schools and is a benefit of membership with United Educators (UE) Insurance. As a memberowned company, UE is committed to helping educational institutions by offering stable pricing, targeted insurance coverage, extensive risk management resources, and exceptional claims handling. To learn more, please visit Copyright 2014 by United Educators Insurance, a Reciprocal Risk Retention Group. All rights reserved. Contents of this document are for members of United Educators only. Permission to post this document electronically or to reprint must be obtained from United Educators. UE-14005r1 07/14
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