Inclusion Champion Certificate Program (ICCP)
The Inclusion Champion Certificate is a program designed to help all members of CSUF engage in the inclusion and equity-minded efforts on campus through courses that provide opportunities for self-reflection, increase of cultural competency and awareness, and application to social, professional, and personal roles.
Inclusive Customer Service
The way we interact with our customers goes a long in way creating a safe and inclusive environment. This training will discuss ways to engage members of our community with your services so that it’s safer and welcoming to all. Participants will discuss how different cultural norms affect customer service and to best engage with different cultural norms while still providing quality service.
Interfaith Ally Program
The goal of the training series is to build a cohort of faculty, staff and students that are invested in validating worldview diversity on the CSUF campus. By participating, you will be an ambassador on our campus to be called upon to build community and facilitate dialogue about worldviews that are based in religious, spiritual, philosophical, and ethical beliefs and attitudes.
Gender & Pronoun Use
This training will provide foundation information on gender, gender identity, and biological sex and highlight the difference between gender identity and sexual orientation. The training will provide best practices on how to incorporate pronoun usage in your day to day work and interactions that help foster a space for inclusivity and learning.
Navigating Workplace Diversity Conflict
Conflict happens in every aspect of everyone’s life. This session will focus specifically on conflict that arises due to cultural differences and provide best practices to mitigate these in the workplace. The session will provide the participants with information on how they manage conflict in their lives and reflect on ways that they handle conflict in the workplace.
Religious Accommodations: 2 versions available
In the Classroom: With so many different faiths and practices, it may be difficult to know what to accommodate and what is not required to be accommodated. This training will cover the requirements for religious accommodation for employees. Issues such as absences dress, and how to respond to a request will be discussed. Hypotheticals for group discussion will be posted.
In the Workplace: With so many different faiths and practices, it may be difficult to know what to accommodate and what is not required to be accommodated. This training will cover the requirements for religious accommodation for students. Issues such as absences, dress, and how to respond to a request will be discussed. Hypotheticals for group discussion will be posted.
Supporting Transgender Employees Resource Kit
The main purpose of the "Supporting Transgender Employees at CSUF" resource kit is to address the inclusion needs of transgender and gender non-conforming employees. It is important to note that every transgender experience is different so the needs and wants during a workplace transition would be different too. This tool kit strives to provide information for best practices throughout the process.
Included in the kit, you will find foundational information on gender identity and expression, some frequently asked questions, and a sample workplace gender transition plan. This session will walk the participants through the different components of the guide and how to best utilize the information provided.
TRAININGS OFFERED BY CAMPUS PARTNERS
Undocumented Ally Training: 2 Part Series
Part 1: Develop an understanding of foundational terminology and concepts, become aware of issues that currently impact the Undocumented community, learn about resources for the Undocumented community, and reflect on ways to support Undocumented students at CSU Fullerton.
Part 2: Apply the knowledge you learned in Part 1 and go deeper into the history of the immigrant rights movement. Gain a greater understanding of the financial aid options available for undocumented students. We will review the resources you learned in part one and walk through filling out the AB540 Affidavit.
Safe Space Training: 2 Part Series
Part 1: Develop an understanding of foundational terminology and concepts, become aware of issues that currently impact the LGBTQ community, learn about resources for the LGBTQ community, and reflect on ways to increase LGBTQ inclusive practices in your campus role and daily life.
Part 2: Apply the knowledge you learned in Part 1! Develop skills you can utilize to support students who are exploring their sexual orientation and/or gender identity, looking for community, and are in crisis. We will review the resources you learned in part one and engage in case scenarios to best prepare you to support students and make appropriate referrals.