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How CVEP works with staff

We work with a network of departmental contacts to embed community values activities and resources within their departments. These staff members usually have a responsibility for student experience and departmental culture. Activities include the 'Introduction to Active Bystander' workshops delivered in Term 1, as well as those in the values-based teaching activities toolkit.

We collaborate with staff to co-create activities and resources for students. For example, we created the the values-based teaching activities toolkit to support staff with the introduction of Warwick Values to incoming students, in a way that is relevant to their everyday experiences.

Another goal of the programme is to showcase and host relevant work from staff and departments to ensure that any work around values education can be accessed and adopted by others. As one such example, explore resources to think about and challenge social expectations prepared by Dr Cath Lambert (Associate Professor of Sociology, Warwick).

Partnership with the SU

In addition to working with University departments, we also work closely with the Students' Union to deliver activities and resources relevant to SU sports clubs and societies.

News and Events

Keep an eye on updates, news and information about upcoming events.

Current opportunities relevant to staff

  • Active Bystanders in the Teaching Space project (funded by WIHEA): Build confidence, knowledge, and skills to use Active Bystander principles to address unacceptable behaviour in the teaching space. This project supports those who teach at Warwick to create a safe, engaged, inclusive learning experience.
  • Say My Name project: Explore and promote respectful interactions around names. We're offering guidance, practical tools, and the space to discuss issues relating to name usage, name choice, and pronouns to support an inclusive university environment.
  • Active Bystanders can save lives project: Learn how to apply active bystander intervention strategies in response to an emergency situation such as Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
  • Vaues-based teaching activities toolkit: Explore the toolkit and access resources to aid introducing your students to Warwick Values.
  • Challenging Inappropriate Behaviours workshops: Attend a workshop run by Leadership & Management Development as part of Warwick’s commitment to ensuring a working and learning environment in which all University members are treated fairly and with dignity and respect.

 

Current opportunities to promote to your students

  • Active Bystander Intervention course: A 5-session, HEAR-accredited course which supports students to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to make safe and effective interventions in response to harmful behaviours, including sexual misconduct and abuse on campus.
  • Check out our news and information section for further current opportunities, or sign up to our mailing list at the foot of our homepage for updates.