Training & Education Opportunities
The Sexual Violence Education Team presents Let’s Get Consensual: Consent Workshop, which is intended to provide folks with the education, skills, and opportunities to understand and practice consent in a supportive and sex positive space. Some of the topics that folks can expect to engage in will include: consent (what it is, why it’s required, how to practice it), gender-based violence, safer spaces, sex positivity, power, and privilege. Through activities, discussion, and media, the workshop offers a chance for us to talk about all the ways we can provide safe, fun, and sexy ways to build relationships with the people we care about.
First Responder to Sexual Assault and Abuse Training
This training is intended to build the capacity of professionals, paraprofessionals, students, and community members to assess and respond effectively to disclosures of sexual assault and sexual abuse. Survivors who receive safe and supportive responses to disclosures of sexual violence are more likely to reach out for help from medical and counselling services and/ or report to police. First Responder to Sexual Assault and Abuse Training™ is a comprehensive two day training, inclusive of the full continuum of sexual violence and across the lifespan. For more information on course learning objectives, click here.
Upcoming First Responder Training Offerings:
Tuesday, February 13th; Wednesday, February 14th
These trainings are two full days 8:30am-4:30pm. The training is free and a participant workbook will be provided to you. ALL campus community members are encouraged to participate! You will be provided with a certificate of completion at the end of the course. Lunch is not provided. The training will take place on the Uleth Campus.
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Bystander Intervention Training
This training is offered by request of groups, departments, and campus community members. The training is tailored specific to the needs and response context of the requesting group. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a training.
Education presentations are offered to the campus community (both by request and during awareness weeks throughout the year).
How to Respond to a Disclosure
What is Consent?
Understanding Sexual Violence
To request an education presentation, email email@example.com.