Professional Respect Training Workshops Rolling Out Now
SoundCheck are offering a series of training workshops free of charge for members of the music community in Aotearoa.
An update from the SoundCheck Aotearoa Team:
Kia ora e te whānau
Thanks again to those of you who attended our consultation-style workshops recently. We were so impressed with the amazing people that attended, and your energy, enthusiasm and commitment to addressing the challenges in our music community.
We are now working with our independent experts to consolidate all the feedback from the workshops and create a plan of action, which will we share with all of you when its ready. If you missed the workshops but are keen to give feedback, the conversation is always open. You can contact us anytime by email or use the online feedback form HERE.
In the meantime, we are excited to let you know that our Professional Respect training workshops are rolling out now! We are offering a series of training workshops free of charge for members of the music community in Aotearoa. The first training workshop will be held in Auckland on Friday 7th May and we will announce more dates and locations soon.
To register for a workshop or indicate your interest for future workshops please click HERE.
For more information about the Professional Respect Training view the PDF HERE.
The training workshops have been developed by sexual harm prevention specialist Rachel Harrison in conjunction with SoundCheck Aotearoa, based on a model used in the screen sector. Each training workshop is a full day interactive session, starting at 9am and finishing at 5pm. The training workshops focus on the prevention of and response to sexual harm and cover definitions, legal requirements, supporting survivors, options for reporting and tips for prevention and bystander intervention.
Ngā mihi nui,
On behalf of SoundCheck Aotearoa