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Educational Programs

Educational Programs Length Audience Offerings Audience Size

Jayhawks Give A Flock (Bystander Intervention)*

The development of a pro-social bystander intervention culture is imperative in primary prevention work on college campuses. Participants in this program will come to understand that they have a role to play in the intervention and prevention of sexual violence. Through scenarios and strategies, participants will gain the skills to intervene in a safe and appropriate way.

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90 minutes Students Ongoing - see the Jayhawks Give a Flock for a list of dates and times  8-25

Consent @ KU*

Consent is sexy, and it is also required. This sex-positive, interactive workshop helps participants develop the skills needed to request and assess consent. Participants will learn about healthy intimate and sexual engagement and how to respect the personal boundaries of others

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60-90 minutes

Students

Faculty

Staff

As requested 8-50

 

       

Sex, Drugs, and Alcohol*

Drugs and alcohol are a normalized part of our culture, but they are also used as weapons by perpetrators. Participants will review images, films, and cases to scrutinize the gray area that surrounds this specific section of sexual violence. Participants will then apply what they have learned in a skills review activity.

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60 minutes

Students

Faculty

Staff

As requested 8-50

#RelationshipGoals*

Building the skills to show love and be loved is an critical element for future healthy relationships.  Attendees will gain the tools needed to identify different healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors and practice assessing these traits through interactive material.

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60-90 minutes

Students

Faculty

Staff

As requested 8-50

Gender Based Violence Recognition and Response*

Gender Based Violence (GBV) is a broad and overwhelming topic. Participants will break down the definition of GBV and learn how it intersects with their daily lives in this foundational training. This program will also create an understanding of the systems in place to respond to sexual violence on and off campus.

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60 minutes

Students

Faculty

Staff

As requested 8-50

Trauma Informed Response for Professionals*

Trauma is a part of all our lives in one form or another and can manifest in a variety of ways. This training will address the neurobiological contributors and external manifestations of trauma and provide participates with communication tools for working with those in trauma experiences. This session addresses trauma across the spectrum, it is not limited to sexual violence. 

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60-90 minutes

Faculty

Staff

As requested 8-50

Educational programs are intended for group affiliated with the University. SAPEC is able to work with your group to tailor workshop content/delivery to your specific needs. Please allow us at least two (2) weeks to respond to all workshop requests, especially if you would like a customized workshop for your group. If you would like the workshop to occur in less than two (2) weeks, or that two (2) weeks includes a break, please indicate below and we will do our best to accommodate your community. Workshops are free of charge so if you would like to schedule a workshop or have any questions, please visit or contact our office or:

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One of the SAPEC staff members will contact you to confirm your session request and schedule a meeting with representative(s) from your organization. Please note that we require an hour and a half to two hours for workshops and hold all workshops on campus in A/V capable rooms. If you have any questions about workshops, or wish to discuss your workshop with SAPEC staff, please feel free to e-mail sapec@ku.edu.

*Trigger Warning: SAPEC educational programs use situations and topics that can be triggering to some survivors of sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence. Support for all affected by sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence is available through the confidential Care Coordinator at care@ku.edu.  

 


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