The training features two distinct and separate tracks: sexual assault prevention and alcohol use intervention. The sexual assault prevention track will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of sexual assault, separate myths from facts and demonstrate and practice effective ways to intervene with friends, fellow students and community members. The alcohol track will equip you with the tools you need to intervene in situations involving alcohol and empower you to use those tools. Specifically, you will learn how alcohol affects your physiology and behavior and how to recognize an alcohol related medical emergency. We will demonstrate and practice appropriate ways to intervene when a fellow community member has a problem with alcohol use.
This year, a third track is being introduced on a separate date. The relationship violence track will feature a discussion of cultural norms around violence and relationships, enable you to identify the warning signs of relationships that may become abusive and provide concrete skills to intervene safely and effectively.
You will receive confirmation of your attendance and instructions for the training day by February 14th.