Sexual Assault Prevention Training for Community Colleges
Strengthen your community college students’ ability to recognize and respond to sexual harassment and assault when it occurs on campus, at work, or at home.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
Students enrolled in community colleges bring with them unique life experiences that require different training scenarios for sexual assault prevention. This course allows them to practice bystander intervention skills in relatable scenarios so they are prepared to respond if it occurs
This course is built to provide actionable strategies to prevent sexual assault and harassment on campus, in the workplace, and at home. Learners will learn about relationship abuse in established or long-term relationships, financial abuse, specific concerns students with children may face, and how to support loved ones who have experienced trauma.
EVERFI’s sexual assault prevention training course complies with the Clery Act, the VAWA amendments to the Clery Act, and supports Title IX compliance. Our course also reviews the relevant state laws and provides strategies to respond to disclosures.
SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:
- Engages your community college students by providing relatable experiences.
- Reinforces positive social norm that the vast majority of their peers are making positive choices and would support them if they intervened.
- Built in short sequences to promote critical thinking, reflection, and knowledge gain.
- Realistic scenarios are in-line with situations your community college students would experience at school, at home, and work.
Sexual Assault Prevention For Community Colleges Training Topics:
Gender Identities & Stereotypes
Allows learners to reflect on what gender stereotypes they are subject to and how it can contribute to harassment and gender violence.
Sexual Harassment & Stalking
Defines sexual harassment, assault, and stalking and gives students the opportunity to practice intervention techniques.
Consent and Coercion
Explores the differences between consent and coercion, and explains the effect that alcohol has on an individual's ability to clearly give consent.
Reporting & Responding to Survivors
Provides guidance on how to respond to any disclosures and directs learners to local and national resources.