Bystander Intervention Training
What is Bystander Intervention?
Bystander intervention is about making choices to intervene to stop or prevent violence from happening to others. Bystander intervention is based on the idea that each of us as individuals have a role to play in preventing sexual and relationship violence. When we each do our small part, all of our individual actions combine together to contribute to a safe and supportive campus community for all.
Bystander intervention does not have to be a big thing. It can often be the choice to do a small thing that can make a big difference.
What is the #STCCWeCan Bystander Intervention Training?
The #STCCWeCan Bystander Intervention Training is a 60-minute interactive training that can be offered either virtually or in-person. It is appropriate for both students and employees. The training uses real-life scenarios for participants to meet the following learning objectives:
- Identify risk and recognize warning signs for sexual or relationship violence
- Acknowledge barriers to taking action
- Present realistic options for intervention
- Brainstorm proactive behaviors that can increase protective factors at the individual and community level
Request a Training
You can request the #STCCWeCan Bystander Intervention Training for your class, department, or group by filling out the SAFE Project Presentation Request Form.
Don't cancel that class! The #STCCWeCan Bystander Intervention Training can serve as a substitute for faculty in lieu of canceling a regularly scheduled class session.
For more information or for a same-day request, email email@example.com.