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Harassment and Bullying Prevention Certification Training (DASA)

The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) requires that any student completing a New York State Education preparation program must complete the DASA training to graduate from their education preparation program.

All students of The College at Brockport teacher, school counselor, and school administrator programs at all levels (undergraduate and graduate) are required to complete the DASA training. Students enrolled in these programs have two options for satisfying the DASA requirement.

Option 1

The College has partnered with the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership (BOCES) to offer this training on campus. Please note: Training is only for students and alumni of The College at Brockport.

If you complete your DASA training on campus through this partnership, your degree audit (DARS or DegreeWorks) will automatically update to note this training as complete. You do not need to submit your DASA Certification of Completion to the College for this option.

Registration information for the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership (BOCES) DASA Training, including training dates, can be found using the link below. All questions regarding this specific training must be directed to BOCES.

Harassment and Bullying Prevention Certification Training Registration

Option 2

Complete the DASA Training through a NY State Approved Provider. All questions regarding these specific trainings must be directed to the approved provider.

Submit a copy of your DASA Certification of Completion or a screen shot from your TEACH account that documents completion to the contact for your academic department below. Once submitted to your department contact, your degree audit (DARS or DegreeWorks) will be updated to note the training is complete.

Please note: You only need to contact your academic department if you are fulfilling this requirement through option 2.

Department Contact Person
Counselor Education Lisa Mogle
Educational Administration Karin Fuller
Education and Human Development Joanne Vogler
Health Education Karen Haight
Physical Education Cathy Houston-Wilson

Last Updated 10/27/20

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