April 3, 2015
David Lisak free training offered via webcast today
David Lisak, nationally recognized forensic consultant, trainer and public speaker, will offer training and facilitate action planning conversations with students, faculty, staff and invested community members about sexual assault, offender behavior and the neurobiology of trauma from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today at the K-State Alumni Center in the Banquet Room. People are welcome to come and go and participate as their schedule allows. This training is free.
Faculty, staff and students who are unable to attend in person can view the event through a live webcast. The website will prompt you to enter a username and password to access the site. Both the username and password are DL15. You can view the live webcast online.
After the training, the video will be archived for those who want to view the training at a later date. The same DL15 username and password will be required to view the archived material.
A full schedule and more information about training is available online.
For more information on sexual violence awareness, please consider the following resources: K-State It's On Us campaign, put on by the Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education, or CARE.