Training


PATH provides a variety of trainings to the campus community. We can also do customized trainings upon request. To request a training for your group or organization, please contact PATH.

 

Student-Focused Trainings

Step Up! Bystander Intervention Training

This 90-minute interactive training provides information about what it means to be an upstander (rather than a bystander) and challenges students to think critically about how they would step up in common problem situations, including: mental health concerns, substance misuse, interpersonal violence, and more. Step Up has been shown to improve college students' understanding of and feelings of self-efficacy related to when, where, and how to intervene when they encounter a problem.

 

Let’s Talk Relationships and Situationships

This 60-minute workshop gives students the tools to build healthy relationships. We’ll talk about defining relationships and situtationships, signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships, and how to use boundaries to build healthy relationships.

 

Healthy LGBTQ+ Relationships Workshop 

In this workshop, participants will engage with material about the challenges and situations LGBTQ+ people may face in the context of healthy and unhealthy relationships. This workshp can be 45, 60, or 90 minutes depending on the needs of the requesting group.

 

Supporting with Care: Helping Your Friend Through Interpersonal Violence

This 60-minute interactive training gives students the skills to support a friend who has experienced or is experiencing interpersonal violence. Students will learn helpful ways to respond to their friend, what NOT to say, and various campus and community resources that can provide additional support.  

 

Student Employee-Focused Training

Recognizing and Responding to Interpersonal Violence

This 60-minute training teaches student employees how to recognize interpersonal violence and harassment both at work and in their personal lives. Students will learn about trauma-informed response to disclsoures of interpersonal violence, when it might be helpful to report this information to the university, and support resources. 

 

Employee-Focused Training

Trauma-Informed Response to Disclsoures Training for Employees

This training gives employees the skills to respond to disclosures of interpersonal violence in a trauma-informed manner. Employees will learn the basics of trauma and interpersonal violence, how to support students who have experienced interpersonal violence, and campus and community resources that can provide additional support. This training can be offered in a 30-minute, 60-minute, or 90-minute format. 

 

Other Available CWU Trainings

RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) Training

RAD is a comprehensive, women-only course that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on self-defense training. The course is taught by a certified instructor and is designed for the average woman with no previous experience or background in physical skills training. To take the course, register for the PEF 132- Women’s Self Defense course.

 

Responsible Employee Training

The Office of Civil Rights Compliance (CRC) provides introductory Responsible Employee (RE) training, as well as advanced and special topic trainings. Responsible Employee trainings can be provided in-person or virtually, and generally review the prevalence of campus sexual violence, types of sexual misconduct, reporting options/requirements, as well as how to respond to disclosures in a trauma-informed way.

For more information about the Responsible Employee role, as well as trainings available, visit the Civil Rights Compliance- Responsible Employee website.

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