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Final Life Theatre sexual harassment prevention training Dec. 1; additional space available

Nov 11, 2016

The morning session of the Oct. 28 Life Theatre presentation of Sexual Harassment Prevention Training had to be rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances. It has now been rescheduled for Thursday, Dec. 1, from 3-5 p.m. in the Janet Leigh Theatre

IMPORTANT: If you were enrolled in the Oct. 28 morning session, you will still need to register for the Dec. 1 session. In addition, there is limited space available for those who did not register previously. Please click here to register>>   

To ensure that you receive credit for your attendance at the live theater training:  

  • Bring your PacificCardTM so that you can swipe in rather than complete a manual registration process (providing name, signature, email, Pacific ID# 989 or 988). If you have misplaced or have lost your PacificCardTM, please contact the PacificCardTM team by email at or call 209.946.CARD (946.2273) to discuss your PacificCard TM replacement options.  
  • Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your session start time.  We are expecting a large number of attendees and each person will need to check in. The session will begin promptly at 3 p.m. Please plan to arrive before the session starts to ensure that you receive credit for the entire session. Sexual Harassment Prevention training is a minimum two-hour commitment. If you arrive late or need to leave the session early, you will not receive credit for attending. 

Optional online training:
For those who do not take the live theater training option, the required training can be completed by the Dec. 31 deadline via the Workplace Answers online training option. You will have received an email with your unique log-in information for the online training. If you have not already visited Pacific's Sexual Harassment Prevention webpage or reviewed Pacific's Title IX Resources and Support page, we invite you to visit those pages for pre- and post-training resources as well as policy information and resources. 

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