In the five years since Sandusky was arrested on child molestation charges, Penn State has paid out about $236.4 million.
Philadelphia Inquirer, January 8, 2017
Could your institution survive that media coverage, impact to its reputation, alumni fallout and financial burden?
Institutions have a moral and legal responsibility to kids visiting their campus or participating in an off-campus program. Do you know what you must do to fulfill your obligations and avoid the potential nightmares to both the victims and institution?
Kids interact with colleges and universities in many different ways. As campers, research subjects, or visitors — they may be on campus briefly or for an extended stay. They may or may not be accompanied by a guardian. Not all interactions occur on campus, as students and staff may work with minors virtually anywhere!
Join legal expert and consultant, Ann Franke, as she guides you through critical issues related to children on campus. She will examine conditions that may lead to abuse, as well as ways you can respond to suspected or actual problems. You will walk away with practical advice tailored to meet institutional legal requirements. You’ll gain valuable insights on sensitive areas including background checks, program operations, and contract provisions to use with outside groups.
Ann H. Franke provides consulting services to colleges and universities nationwide through her firm Wise Results LLC. Her expertise spans academic issues, risk management, student affairs, and governance. Clients value her depth of knowledge and practical approach. (Click here for full bio)
As a result of this webinar, you will take away:
Crucial insights on how child sexual abuse can occur on campus and key strategies to respond to suspected and actual incidents.
A comprehensive overview of relevant legal principles you need to know related to working with minors to avoid lawsuits, fines, and investigations.
Practical ideas and best practices to improve your campus policies and procedures regarding reporting and managing incidents involving minors.
Advice on dealing with and working with outside groups hosting on-campus events to ensure they uphold your expectations and policies.
Resources on free and low cost training to provide key stakeholders with the skills and insight they need to protect themselves and the young people around them.
What You Get:
Convenient Access to the 90-minute Live Event:
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 | 2-3:30 PM ET
Webinars are handled like a large interactive conference call, but in a more controlled, radio-program-like environment. Simply copy/paste the link* into your browser, log in, turn up the volume on your computer and follow along! Gather your staff around your conference table’s computer — then sit back, listen and watch the presentations and join the lively Q&A session.
*The link and login information will be available in a PDF download immediately following check out.
Event Recording & Materials on CD:
You'll receive two multimedia discs* containing the full audio presentation, PowerPoint and handouts provided by the presenter(s) and recording of the question and answer session facilitated during the live event. Add the webinar recording to your professional library for use in future campus training and development initiatives.
*CDs will arrive 7-10 business days after the live event date.
Certificate of Completion for Each Participant:
After attending this webinar, each participant will receive a printed certificate of completion.
Invite your entire staff to participate for this one low price! (one location)
Order includes the event recording and all materials on CD.
Can't make the live event date? Click here to order the CD only.
Campus License Option:
Click here to purchase this webinar with one-year unlimited distribution and use on your institution's internal network/server.