Facilitator Materials

Facilitated Training

About the facilitated Trainings

The See the Signs & Speak Out  project has two facilitated PowerPoint training workshops available for an in-person training. There is also an accompanying facilitator's guide and supporting materials.

Each training is approximately 1.5 hours in length.

Both workshops address how to safely intervene as a bystander in a workplace setting. One training focuses on preventing domestic violence and the other training focused on preventing sexual violence. The training content includes: background information on domestic/sexual violence, a video vignette and an interactive participant exercise. Both workshops were piloted with several employers and audiences to ensure that the program would be as effective as possible. 

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The Role of Local Programs

The training does not require an expertise in domestic or sexual violence, but employers are highly encouraged to reach out to local prevention experts in their community to assist with the training.  Domestic violence and sexual assault prevention experts are also welcome to use the trainings in whatever capacity makes sense for their organization and to customize the trainings as needed to meet their outreach and training needs.

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Preparing for the Training

Fully familiarize yourself with the training by downloading and reading the facilitator's guide (pdf) and additional materials

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After the training

After the training, please complete a brief survey about your use of the training tools.We appreciate your feedback so that we can continue to improve the trainings and understand how the tools are being used. Thank you!

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Download Training Materials

PowerPoint Files:

(Trainings are split into two PowerPoint files due to large file size.)

Facilitator materials:

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