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The TRAIL Certificate training series is a leadership opportunity for our entire campus community to gain knowledge and skills that promote an inclusive and violence-free campus culture.
Participants will explore social justice concepts and their relations to sexual and gender-based violence; understand the impact of sexual and gender-based harm and violence on survivors; interrogate societal attitudes and beliefs that normalize violence on the UC Berkeley campus; commit to fostering a respectful UC Berkeley campus community
To receive a TRAIL Certificate, you must complete the entire six hours of training (Part I, Part II, and Part III). Each session is a two-hour long interactive session with breakout rooms and small group activities. Electronic materials are provided for each training session. The next sessions are in February – Thursday the 11th, 18th, and 25th from 9:30-11:30 AM.