Trainings 

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  • HDAPP works to prevent hate and bias through education.
  • With its focus on prevention, HDAPP emphasizes education and includes discussion of hate and bias incidents in all harassment and discrimination programming for student groups, classes, staff and faculty upon request.  We also are happy to work with our campus partners such as the Diversity Education Program and the Student Life Centers to provide programming that addresses broader issues of implicit bias, campus climate, and more. 
  • HDAPP maintains a strong focus on preventing sexual violence through education.
  • HDAPP includes discussion of sexual violence in all harassment and discrimination programming for student groups, classes, staff and faculty upon request.  We also are happy to work with our campus partners such as the Center for Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE) and the Student Life Centers to provide programming that addresses broader issues of sexism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia and more.  We are available upon request to provide training tailored to the specific needs of any student, staff or faculty group.

Required Trainings

UCD has various required trainings covering topics of sexual violence and sexual harassment for undergraduate students, graduate students, professional students, staff, and  faculty . For more information about the specific requirements for each group, please go to UCD Sexual Violence website's page on Prevention and Education.  


Request a Training

HDAPP offers trainings on discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence including education. Trainings are designed for academics, supervisors, non-supervisory staff, teaching assistants, students, and student employees, and can be tailored to meet the unique needs of specific groups or departments. 

If you are interested in having HDAPP facilitate a training, please feel free to contact HDAPP by email (hdapp@ucdavis.edu) or by phone 530-747-3864 indicating:

  1. Your requested training topic
  2. Attendee Information (i.e., how many anticipated, affiliation with UCD, etc.)
  3. Anticipated Location
  4. Requested Date/Time 

Please follow up on your request if you have not received a response from HDAPP after one week.

HDAPP will review all requests accepting them based on various factors including but not limited to topic requests and/or staff availability. It is important to note HDAPP trainings are highly requested in Fall quarter, so please submit your requests with enough notice to have better odds at finding an available time. Additionally, HDAPP may refer you to another department if the requested topic is not one HDAPP covers.