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Prevention Education and Training

Requests must be received 3 weeks in advance

Please be aware that Survivor Advocates will be providing the workshops. Therefore, in case of a crisis/emergency, the presenter may need to reschedule the workshop within short notice.

SAS workshops are intended to supplement mandatory Title IX trainings; they are not intended to satisfy mandatory Title IX training requirements.

Upon review of the following descriptions, please complete a Program Request form.

Bystander Intervention (1 hr)

Using real-life scenarios, students will learn how to recognize and intervene in potentially harmful situations to prevent abuse before it occurs. The goal of the workshop is to empower students to think critically about safety and how to provide a form of intervention that feels safe and realistic for them. This workshop is usually presented by trained Peer Survivor Advocates.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will be able to identify factors of a potentially dangerous situation.
  2. Participants will be able to identify two forms of direct and indirect active bystander intervention.

Domestic and Dating Abuse 101 (1 hr)

This workshop provides an overview of domestic and dating abuse including: definitions, statistics, reporting options (including Title IX); victim rights; what to do when a survivor discloses; how to prevent domestic and dating abuse and; information about trauma and campus Survivor Advocacy Services (SAS).

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will be able to identify three signs of a potential abusive relationship
  2. Participants will understand the dynamics of dating/domestic abuse
  3. Participants will be able to identify two support resources for survivors of dating/domestic abuse

Sexual Abuse 101 (1-2 hrs)

This workshop provides an overview of sexual abuse including: definitions, statistics, reporting options (including Title IX); victim rights; what to do when a survivor discloses; how to prevent sexual abuse and; information about trauma and campus Survivor Advocacy Services (SAS).

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will understand the impact sexual abuse has on college students.
  2. Participants will be able to identify three myths about sexual abuse and how those myths impact survivors
  3. Participants will have an understanding of affirmative consent
  4. Participants will have an understanding of the role alcohol plays in sexual abuse
  5. Participants will be able to identify two ways to provide support for a survivor of sexual abuse

Stalking 101 (1 hr)

This workshop provides an overview of stalking including: definitions, statistics, reporting options (including Title IX); victim rights; what to do when a survivor discloses; how to prevent stalking and; information about trauma and campus Survivor Advocacy Services (SAS).

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will be able to identify stalking behavior
  2. Participants will understand how stalking impacts survivors
  3. Participants will be able to identify two support resources for a survivor of stalking

Supporting Survivors (1-2 hrs)

This workshop will teach students, faculty and staff what to do during a moment of personal disclosure of sexual abuse, domestic/dating abuse and stalking. Participants will be provided with an overview of sexual abuse, dating/domestic abuse and stalking with focus on college students. Using real-life scenarios, participants will learn strategies for supporting survivors of abuse while balancing mandated Title IX reporting requirements.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will understand the impact that sexual abuse, dating/domestic abuse and stalking has on college students.
  2. Participants will be able to provide initial crisis intervention and support during a disclosure of abuse.
  3. Participants will understand how to balance Title IX reporting requirements and addressing the needs of survivors

Advocate Event Support (1-3 hrs)

Peer Advocates are available to attend campus events related to sexual abuse, domestic/dating abuse and stalking. Peer Advocates are trained and supervised by the Senior Coordinator and Survivor Advocate and are prepared to provide support, reporting options (including information about Title IX reporting) and adequate referrals. Peer Advocates are confidential which means that they do not report any identifying information to Title IX or law enforcement. Survivor Advocacy Services currently has three Peer Survivor Advocates.


Please complete a Program Request form at least 3 weeks in advance of your anticipated date.

The Senior Coordinator & Survivor Advocate is available for consultation for any programs related to sexual abuse, dating/domestic abuse and stalking. Please contact Mayra Romo at 909-869-3102 or mromo@cpp.edu to discuss your program.