1. Sexual Assault Centre Crisis Intervention Training:
3-5 day training on sexual assault, its causes, impacts and tools to respond effectively. Includes the legal and medical aspects of sexual assault, as well as childhood sexual abuse and adult survivors.
2. Peer Facilitator Training:
2 day training in group facilitation, designed to lead a 15 week educational group for adult survivors.
3. Upstander Training:
Tailored training for students in Elementary and Post Secondary schools. Training addresses sexual violence bullying and provides students with strategies to move beyond bystander thinking.
4. Post Secondary Residence Staff Training:
Two hour workshops with University and College campus' residence staff on sexual assault and how to support students experiencing sexual assault.
5. Full 1 day Healthy Relationship Workshops for youth (12-18 yrs.):
Youth are empowered to have healthy and safe relationships. The focus of the workshop is to discuss how media, harmful stereotypes, and toxic masculinity can impact us and our relationships with others.
6. Sexual Harassment Workshop:
Workshops are tailored to a variety of groups, (i.e: Students, Employees, and Volunteers). Participants are trained in the various laws and legislations that pertain to sexual harassment. Participants discuss group specific policies and procedures, as well as strategies for addressing sexual harassment.
7. 1 Hour Consent and Coercion Workshop:
This workshop addresses the legalities of consent as well as what coercion is and how to deal with it using personal boundaries and effective communication.
8. 1 Hour Healthy Relationships and Boundaries Workshop:
In order to talk about healthy relationships, it is important that youth are aware of the realties of sexual violence and abuse. This workshop also discusses how to set relationship boundaries and how to support a friend experiencing abuse in their relationship.
9. 1 Hour Women Media Culture:
This workshop takes place over two class periods, and introduces the topic of sexual violence and its root causes. Discussion focuses on oppression, privilege, stereotypes, consent and the role the media plays in shaping.