Course for Supervisors and Faculty: Registration
How to Register
If you are new to Stanford, read the enrollment details here.
Re-Training: During odd-numbered years, Stanford re-trains all faculty and supervisors in sexual harassment prevention.
If you originally completed this training during an even-numbered year, you will receive information the following Spring about re-training.
When the SHARE Title IX, Faculty, Staff and Postdocs Education & Prevention Team launches the faculty and supervisor training program, you will receive a notification from STARS with registration instructions for the course. Contact the SHARE Education Team if you do not receive your notification.
Your STARS notification
The subject will be "Important: Required Training Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors and Faculty"
This email will contain instructions on how to enroll in the course.
The online course is always available. During odd-numbered re-training years, the SHPO also offers a live training option. Enroll in the training of your choice by logging in to STARS.
Depending on your preference, you may choose either of these training programs in the odd-numbered re-training years:
Interactive online program
The SHARE Title IX, Faculty, Staff and Postdocs Education & Prevention Team has worked with Get Inclusive, Inc. to customize this program specifically for Stanford. State law requires you to spend at least two hours on the course.
- Use any Internet-connected computer
Stop and re-start at your convenience
What people are saying about the online course:
" I just wanted someone in charge to know that I found the course very well done. Informative, and well constructed. The video sequences are extremely well done and acted. Thanks for putting this together.”
“Congratulations on having developed this phenomenal course...”
Live training workshop
(Available only in odd-numbered training years. Note that due to COVID-19 restrictions, there will not be live training workshops in 2021.)
The SHPO presents several lively two-hour workshops with dramatic scenes and interactive discussion focusing on university-relevant scenarios. They are brought to you by Lauren Mayer Productions. Ms. Mayer is a receipient of the Peninsula Community Foundation Art Fund Grant and a five-time winner of the San Francisco Cabaret Gold Award.
Previous courses have been approved for MCLE credit.
What people are saying about the live program:
“Each year it gets better! (And I thought it started from being good) Thanks for the genuine effort to make the training engaging and meaningful."
“Just another thanks for the live class! It is so much easier to absorb the content, because it's heavy and a lot. Thanks so much!”