The Student Conduct Office offers two digital badge programs that explore how to contribute to a safe, caring and resilient university community.
Are you a student interested in developing your harm reduction skills in a variety of areas? Are you committed to maintaining a safer and caring campus community?
Upstanders is a multi-workshop program designed to help students increase their confidence in their ability to help others on and off campus. The program consists of 20 hours of in-person training and online reflective activities, and is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record. Upstanders is a partnership between Leadership and Student Engagement, Student Conduct Office, SU Wellness Centre, and the Faith and Spirituality Centre. The trainings explore harm reduction strategies, including bystander intervention, safer substance use, mental health awareness, suicide prevention, and more.
Conflict management is a key skill for achieving success at school, work and in our personal lives. The Conflict Management Digital Badge is a workshop-based, professional development opportunity, which helps students increase their abilities and comfort levels with respect to navigating conflicts. The trainings take approximately 13 hours to complete, and address topics ranging from conflict styles to navigating conflict in relationships to intercultural communication. When students complete the program, they’ll receive a digital badge on their LinkedIn profiles, which represents their skill development in this area.