Since 2001, CCE has worked to create a culture of understanding risk. We have simplified the process, but most importantly, we help students understand risk, learn to ask questions and take advantage of resources. Reducing risk goes hand-in-hand with high quality community-engaged learning.
The advent of technology has inspired us to shift our mindset from why, to how we reduce risk.
CSU is on the forefront of risk management and reduction. Our collaborative and innovative process enables us to create best practices from our shared knowledge. We created a platform, CalState S4, that helps us reduce risk, providing safer environments for students to learn, work and develop as leaders.
Communication is a key component of risk reduction. CCE works with campuses to find ways to reduce the risk and liability exposure. We work together to provide training and information to students and community partners.
Technology is a key component in risk reduction. We support many types of learning experiences that take place in the community across our 23 campuses through the use of CalState S4.
Student learning is a key component of risk reduction. Risk reduction procedures mirror aspects of students' lives. Along with important career-related and life skills, students learn the importance of receiving training and why safety protocols matter.
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