Training

Brock University is committed to training on the topic of sexual violence for any and all community members.

Available training includes the following:

Bystander training centred on the responsibility of all individuals to address and intervene in sexual. Bystander research shows that empathy, action plans, and a sense of responsibility are integral to an individual’s willingness and ability to safely intervene.

In collaboration with other key campus organizations, the Sexual Violence Support and Education Coordinator will implement consent training. Consent training will offer students a chance to openly talk about what sex, communication, and consent mean to them in a peer-led workshop setting.

Disclosure training for faculty, staff, and administration that centres on trauma-informed care, empathetic response, and accommodation support will be offered by the Sexual Violence Support and Education Coordinator from Human Rights and Equity.

Sexual Assault and Harassment Policy information and consultation

Training request form

  • Equipment needed for training