Responsible Community Training 2018
Hi WashU students!

Trigger warning: This form contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering.

Responsible Community Training is a collaborative effort between Title Mine, LIVE (Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education), SARAH (Sexual Assault and Rape Anonymous Helpline), the RSVP Center (Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center) and Student Union. All student groups play a crucial role in ending relationship and sexual violence. As such, Category 1 student groups on campus will be required to go through Responsible Community Training. This is mandatory for 100% of the Exec Board and is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED for the general body as well. For non-Category 1 groups, Responsible Community Training will be optional but encouraged. Each Training takes around 1.5 hours.

To support you in efforts to make your own communities safer and healthier for your members, we are connecting LIVE, SARAH and the RSVP Center to provide you with diverse training options and content. We encourage you to choose the most relevant topic(s) and most suitable times/dates based on your group’s needs. The training provider will meet with your group's leadership beforehand to tailor the training experience to your group’s specific concerns and goals. Please fill out this form ideally at least 2 weeks before your desired training date. The training, when possible, should occur before your group's large-scale social event(s).

If you have feedback or suggestions, contact us at:
LIVE: livewashu@gmail.com
SARAH SAFE: sarahsafe.wustl@gmail.com
Title Mine: titleminewashu@gmail.com.
Student Union: treasury@su.wustl.edu

Learn more about each organization:
LIVE: https://rsvpcenter.wustl.edu/items/leaders-in-interpersonal-violence-education-live/
SARAH SAFE: http://sarah.wustl.edu/sarah-safe/
Title Mine: https://www.facebook.com/TitleMineWashU/
RSVP Center: https://rsvpcenter.wustl.edu/

We know that reading / writing about relationship and sexual violence can be difficult. If you wish to talk to a confidential resource, you can contact:
SARAH (Sexual Assault and Rape Anonymous Hotline): 314-935-8080. SARAH is a 24/7 survivor-centered resource for the WashU community. Call 314-935-8080, leave a message with a name and number, and a SARAH counselor will return your call within 20 minutes.
Kim Webb: kim_webb@wustl.edu. For after hour contact you can connect through SARAH.
Jen Durham Austin: jaustin@wustl.edu. For after hour contact you can connect through SARAH.
Student Health Services: 314-935-6666
Uncle Joe’s: 314-935-5099

Contact Person for Training *
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Contact Email for Training *
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Name of Student Group / Community *
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Contact Person's Leadership Position
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Number of Students Expected to Attend the Training *
Exec Board + All others planning to attend!
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Date of Your Group's Upcoming Large-Scale Social Event *
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What kinds of training topics are the most relevant to your group? *
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Among the training topics you just selected, which are the top 3 topics that you would like to be covered? *
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Are there any other topics outside of those listed you would like us to cover?
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Have your community members/community already gone through similar trainings in the past? *
If yes, please briefly describe who provided the training, when it was provided, and what was covered.
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Do you have any dates and times in mind for your Contact Person to meet your training provider to discuss training details?
Write N/A if unknown
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What date(s)/time(s) would you like this training to be? *
Write "I Don't Know" if you still need to schedule, and please keep in mind that responsible community trainings take about 1.5 hours, on average!
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Do you have a location for the training?
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Would your group be comfortable with 1-2 LIVE members-in-training observing the Responsible Community Training session for training purposes? *
Do you have any questions/concerns about the training?
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Is there anything else you would like us to know?
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Thank you!
A training provider will reach out to your student group with more details on scheduling the Training. We will have an in-person meeting with your leadership to talk about your facilitation before the Training occurs in order to tailor it to your group's needs.
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