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BYSTANDER INTERVENTION TRAINING FOR TRAINERS APPLICATION (Apply by July 31, 2018 for September 29, 2018 training)
Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice will be hosting a Train the Trainer for our Bystander Intervention Training program on Saturday, September 29 from 9am-5pm (location TBD)

To participate, applicants must first apply using the form below by July 31. Participants need to:

* demonstrate training or experience in bystander intervention or related skills (nonviolent communication, conflict resolution, peace team training)
* be committed to lead or assist in future bystander intervention trainings
* be willing to take part in a mentoring and accountability process post-training

Priority given to people in communities most at-risk of attacks, harassment, and hate speech (Muslim, Latinx, LGBTQ, people of color, immigrant, persons with disabilities, etc.)

The cost for the training is $100, which includes lunch, training materials, and follow-up mentoring.

After successfully completing the train-the-trainer session, participants are eligible to serve as apprentice trainers and help conduct future trainings with experienced trainers. Your first training as an apprentice trainer will pay for your train the trainer fees!

Questions: Please email or call 734-663-1870

1. Name (Last, First, Middle Initial): *
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2. Phone number(s):
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3. Email: *
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4. This training is to equip people to go out and train others in bystander intervention techniques. Are you willing to serve in this capacity?
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5. Are you willing to participate in ongoing mentoring and evaluation to improve and sharpen your skills as a trainer?
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6. Are you a part of a targeted and/or affected community (e.g. Muslim, LQBTQ+, Latinx, person of color)?
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7. Please describe the experience you bring to this program that you think will make you a good trainer (e.g. previous nonviolence training, conflict resolution, mediation, facilitation, etc.):
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