Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) And Campus SaVE Act Training

Check out our VAWA Compliance Program:

  • Comprehensive training for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Meets VAWA training requirements for primary and ongoing prevention and awareness programs.
  • Prevention education on dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking (DVDVSAS).
  • Informed by research.
  • Assessed for outcome.

Forming Healthy Relationships

It's easy to take healthy relationships for granted. This module covers:
  • Relationship values and basic relational skills
  • Helps participants recognize healthy relationships and prevent relationship violence
  • Identifies signs of an unhealthy relationship, and warning signs of dating violence and domestic violence

Sexual Assault

Violent crimes, including sexual assault, are a college campus reality. This module covers:
  • Definitions of non-consensual sex, sexual assault, acquaintance rape and date rape
  • Legal consequences for these violent crimes
  • Sexual violence
  • Sexual assault prevention
  • Ways to empower participants and others
  • Commonly held myths about sexual assault
All training is conducted to carefully avoid victim blaming.


Harmful behaviors that can lead to dangerous situations – including assault – include:
  • subtle threats
  • emotional abuse
  • harassment
  • cyberstalking
  • stalking
This module covers simple, effective techniques to prevent dangerous and predatory stalking.

Bystander Intervention

With a focus on bystander intervention training and crisis intervention techniques, this module:
  • Offers practical ways to empower members of your campus community to protect one another.
  • Equips participants to see bystander intervention as a natural extension of their global citizenship.

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