Training for Student, Staff, and Faculty
Sex and Relationships Education Workshop
Do you want to get more involved on campus? Are you interested in learning about healthy sex and healthy relationships? Do you want to learn how to challenge cultural messages about sex and gender roles? Sign up for the Sex & Relationships Education Workshop!
The Sex & Relationships Education Workshop is a leadership opportunity where you can engage in educational discussions about topics such as healthy sex, consent, healthy relationships, intersectionality, survivor advocacy, sexual violence prevention, activism, and more! This 6-week workshop will help you improve your relationships, prepare you for conversations about sex and relationships, and help you make a difference on campus and in your community. Free food will be provided at each session, plus you’ll get a certificate and swag bag at the end of the workshop!
- Leadership opportunity
- Free food at each session
- Certificate and swag bag provided at the end of the workshop
- Make a difference on campus and in your community
Questions? Contact Katie Parks, P.A.T.H. Advocate, at Katie.Parks@cwu.edu
The Sex & Relationships Education Workshop is sponsored by Prevention, Advocacy, Training, and Healing (P.A.T.H.)
Bystander Intervention Training
Bystander Intervention Training gives students the tools necessary to step in during a situation that could lead to violence. Our Step Up! program helps build confidence in students, and helps them understand that as members of the CWU community, they have a responsibility to step up and help during these situations.
To sign up for a current training or to request a training for your group or organization, please contact the Wellness Center.
Responsible Employee Training
Treating People with Dignity and Respect is a mandatory training for all employees of CWU, and it needs to be taken every 3 years. In this presentation, there is a small section outlining what a responsible employee is, and what their responsibilities are regarding reporting sexual misconduct.
To sign up for this training, look online at Central Learning Academy (Percipio).
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.
If you'd like to request a training, contact PATH@cwu.edu