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ScreenSafe/SWAG Professional Respect Training Workshop - Wellington and Auckland

5 Aug 2021 14:59 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Fully Funded - Professional Respect Training Workshops

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021

WELLINGTON

Friday 13th August – 10 spaces left

AUCKLAND

Friday 27th August – Full
Friday 27
th September – registrations open

The ScreenSafe/SWAG Professional Respect Training Project was developed to support WORKSAFE's health & safety guidelines around harassment.

The course will address predominately sexual harassment and also includes bullying, harassment, definitions, disclosures, and respectful behaviours in the workplace. Be a part of this screen sector culture change and help make the sector a safe environment for everyone.

The initiative designed and implemented by ScreenSafe and SWAG, and with the financial support from NZ Film Commission, NZ on Air and Te Māngai Pāho.

ScreenSafe and SWAG encourage everyone in a position of responsibility to upskill accordingly.

To secure your seat, please email the details below to workshops@screenguild.co.nz

Date and town of workshop:

Name:

Company (if relevant):

Preferred role title:

Email:

Mobile number:

Dietary requirements:

Guild:

Numbers for each workshop are limited to 24, so book your space now. Time: 8.45am arrival for a 9am start – 5pm

Note: This workshop focuses on sexual harassment prevention within the Screen Industry. If you would like to talk with someone about the content of the training and the safety of participants during the workshop, please contact Kelly Lucas at ScreenSafe (info@screenguild.co.nz) or our independent Sexual Harm Prevention Specialist and Workshop Facilitator Rachel Harrison (rachelharrison103@gmail.com).

The Screen Industry Guild is the short name for The Screen Industry Guild of Aotearoa New Zealand Incorporated. 

The Screen Industry Guild is supported by its members and the New Zealand Film Commission.

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