Active Bystander Training (GAUSS) online
PhD students GAUSS, other PhD students if free places are available
03.02.2023, 15.00-16.30 Uhr via Zoom
Course language: English
Detailed information in EXA: https://ecampus.uni-goettingen.de/h1/pages/startFlow.xhtml?_flowId=searchCourseNonStaff-flow&_flowExecutionKey=e1s3
This short online Active Bystander training session aims to help our PhD Student community to challenge poor behaviours, which may have become normalised over time. The session includes self-coaching techniques to help you keep a cool head when you’re faced with a challenging situation – and assertive language devices which you can use to make sure your voice is heard if you want to raise a concern. For more information on the training please see the link. www.activebystander.co.uk
The training will take place online on 3 February 2023, 15.00-16.30h.
Registration: Email to email@example.com including the prework latest by 21 January 2023.
IMPORTANT: Pre-work required
Once you have received a place in the course, your participation still needs to be confirmed by us. For this, we ask you for the following pre-work: please send us an example of a scenario where you would have liked challenge somebody’s behaviour and that you would like to discuss in the course.
The basic criteria for such a scenario is: did you or other people in that situation feel uncomfortable after a remark or action by a person? This could have been a joke that came across as a bit “off”, an inappropriate remark, or outright sexist/racist/homophobic/… comments or behavior. You can find a few examples here.
Please send your scenario and your Stud.IP user name to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21 January 2023 at the latest. The final decision which scenarios will be used in the course will be made by the trainer.