Sexual Assault Prevention Training for College Students
Teach your students to recognize and respond to sexual harassment and assault when it occurs.
SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION TRAINING OVERVIEW
At the foundation of every positive student experience is a safe and healthy learning environment. One of the biggest obstacles jeopardizing that environment is sexual harassment and assault on campus. There has been considerable focus on these incidents after they occur, but students are demanding that campuses do more to prevent these incidents from occurring.
Research shows that the most effective sexual assault prevention courses are based in bystander engagement and social norms strategies which are the foundations of our courses.
EVERFI’s sexual assault prevention training course complies with the Clery Act, the VAWA amendments to the Clery Act, and supports Title IX compliance.
SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:
- Engages your undergraduate audience throughout their time in college with differentiated second and third year courses to reinforce critical concepts.
- Reinforces social norms that the vast majority of your student body is making positive choices.
- Bite-sized content is built in short sequences to promote critical thinking and reflection.
- Realistic scenarios are relatable for your undergraduate audience.
- Interactive knowledge checks allow you to monitor knowledge gain and changes in attitudes and beliefs while keeping students engaged.
SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION TRAINING TOPICS:
Values & Relationships
Encourages students to reflect on their experiences and provides strategies they can use to intervene if they think a friend is being abused.
Teaches students about sexual harassment, assault, and stalking and gives students the opportunity to practice intervention tecniques.
Consent and Coercion
Explains the differences between consent and coercion, and explores the effect that alcohol has on an individual's ability to consent.
Reporting & Responding to Survivors
Provides guidance on how to respond with empathy including resources and strategies, for students that have experienced relationship abuse, violence, or stalking.