Trainings for College Sexual Assault Professionals

In the spring of 2013, we hit the refresh button for our trainings. We sent out a survey to sexual assault professionals at universities and colleges like yours, asking which of seven new trainings they considered most important to the field. Below are the three that stood heads above the others. Of course if these three don’t work for you, we’d be happy to create a customized training especially for you.

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Re-Imagining Consent: How Healthy Masculinity Can Prevent Rape
HALF-DAY TRAINING. Our experience has shown that many young men and women still do not have an accurate understanding of what constitutes rape. The misinformation we receive about rape from cultural myths and social norms often erases consent as a critical part of sex.
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Preventing Rape in a Hook-Up Culture: Alcohol & Healthy Masculinity
HALF-DAY TRAINING. Most workshops on alcohol and rape overlook how traditional masculinity and alcohol together create a combustible climate that too often leads to rape. Ours doesn’t.
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Where Do You Stand? Healthy Masculinity, Sexual Assault Prevention, & Bystander Intervention for College Professionals
FULL-DAY TRAINING. Grounded in recent research on how and why men do and don't intervene as active bystanders, this training prepares university sexual assault professionals and student peer educators to conduct an hour-long bystander intervention workshop.
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