Responsible Community Training 2019-2020
Trigger warning: This form contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering.

Thank you for signing up for Responsible Community Training and taking concrete action to make your group (and our campus community) a safer place.

Responsible Community Training FAQ:

What is Responsible Community Training?:
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 to provide student groups with the opportunity to easily access personalized education around topics of interpersonal violence.

Who can go through Responsible Community Training?:
All student groups play a crucial role in ending relationship and sexual violence, and these trainings are resources for everyone! However, Category 1 student groups receiving large-scale social funding from SU will be required to go through Responsible Community Training.

Training is mandatory for my group. Who should attend?:
If you are required to go through Responsible Community Training, it is mandatory for 100% of the Exec Board. The opportunity should also be publicized to your general body at least 1 week before training.

How long will my training be?:
Each training takes 1.5 hours.

When should my training be?:
Before your large-scale social event, but please fill out this form at least two weeks before your desired training date.

Where will my training be?:
Trainings will be held on-campus, preferably in classrooms with projectors. Let us know if you’d like us to reserve a room, or if you already have one booked.

What topics will my training cover?:
We encourage you to choose the most relevant topic(s) and most suitable times/dates based on your group’s needs. After you’ve filled out the form, your training provider will reach out to you to solidify logistics and discuss content. We will tailor the training experience to your group’s specific concerns and goals. If there’s something you’d like to learn that’s not listed, please let us know!

We know that reading and 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 hours contact you can connect through SARAH.
Jen Durham Austin: jaustin@wustl.edu. For after hours contact you can connect through SARAH.
Student Health Services: 314-935-6666
Uncle Joe’s: 314-935-5099
Contact Person for Training *
Contact Email for Training *
Name of Student Group / Community *
Contact Person's Leadership Position
This Question is Optional
Number of Students Expected to Attend the Training *
Exec Board + All others planning to attend!
Date of Your Group's Upcoming Large-Scale Social Event *
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Which core topics would you like the training to cover (choose up to three)? *
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Are there any training topics your group has previously covered?
Please list at least 3 dates and times on which your Contact Person can meet the training provider to discuss training details. *
Please list at least 3 dates and times when your group can attend the 1.5 hour training. *
Do you have a location for the training?
Would your group be comfortable with 1-2 LIVE members-in-training observing the Responsible Community Training session? *
Do you have any questions/concerns about the training?
Is there anything else you would like us to know?
Thank you!
A training provider will reach out to your student group with more details on scheduling your 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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