Request an SFPIRG Workshop

SFPIRG offers a variety of workshops developed to build or deepen understandings on a variety of topics. Our standard workshops are based around anti-oppression though we can tailor workshops to focus on anti-racism, LGBTQ2S+, liberation, colonialism & anti-colonialism, harm reduction principles, radical accessibility, and other topics. Not sure if we cover a topic you’re interested in? Contact us! If we don’t offer it, we can point you in the right direction.

Our rates are on a sliding scale depending on the means of the group. The average is about $150 per hour. This includes prep time, travel, delivery, & debrief. There may be additional charges should extensive customization be required for a workshop. In order to ensure access, we may also reduce or waive our fee for student groups, small not-for-profits, peer-led support groups, and grassroots organizations.

Please fill out this form to the best of your ability and we will be in touch as soon as we can. We look forward to learning with you!

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Name (of you personally and your organisation/collective)
Email
Please select the type of workshop you are requesting (these are out most common themes we get requests for. we do offer many more and you can be specific in the next question)
Please tell us a bit about the goals of the workshop
Please provide a brief description of who will be participating, what you need to focus on in the workshop/training, and why you are seeking workshop/training.
Is your organization officially affiliated with SFU? (this includes student clubs, informal collectives of students at sfu, etc)
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if your group is SFU staff or admin or is a group external to SFU, what budget do you have for this workshop? (as noted above, we do offer a sliding scale and can work out a no-cost or trade session if you have limited funds)
How many people will be participating in the training/workshop?*
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Do you have any accessibility concerns that we can address to make the workshop easier to engage in?
Would you rather have this workshop in person or virtually?
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do you have any questions or concerns?
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