MENZA is thrilled to be partnering with Safer Spaces in Music Education (SSME) to present this very important workshop. It is made possible by funding from the Networks of Expertise, and the workshops are free for all music educators. There is only room for 30 participants, so be in quick!
The ‘Professional Respect’ Workshop is a bespoke training designed to support Worksafe’s Health&Safety guidelines to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. The Professional Respect training day has been developed in conjunction with SoundCheck Aotearoa and are based on a similar training that has been rolled
out across the screen sector.
The full-day training is friendly and interactive and the content includes:
The day starts at 8.30 for tea and coffee, with an opening karakia at 9am sharp, and runs through until 5pm. Breaks and refreshments/lunch will be provided. The training days are facilitated by sexual harm prevention and response specialists Rachel Harrison and Mel Calvesbert, who are experienced practitioners in sexual harm prevention and response and they will ensure that the discussion is safe, constructive and respectful. There will be no requirement to share personal information in the workshop. If you have any concerns and would like to discuss how to attend or contribute in a safe way, please contact please contact Amber.
Amber Chapman, HOD Music at Villa Maria College (email@example.com) will be the liaison and host for this workshop.
A date in term 1 of 2024, 8.30am-5.00pm (TBC)
Please register so that we can make the necessary arrangements for catering and resources and so we can keep in touch about the day and provide the information.
Thank you for supporting this initiative!