An introductory overview of sexual assault definitions, statistics, and dynamics, including information on rape culture, consent, and how to support survivors in your community.
NASW-TN CEUs available upon request.Click here for more information.
This online training will qualify you as "Safe Tracks Certified!"
After completing the training, you will be equipped with the tools and knowledge needed to identify and intervene safely when you see sexual harassment or assault. You will receive a wealth of resources for ongoing education and officially be welcomed as a member of the Safe Tracks community.
For questions, please contact Safe Tracks Statewide Training Specialist Jack Ohmes (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Safe Tracks Intern Tristyn Tucker (email@example.com).Click here for more information.
This two-day online training will certify you as a trainer for the Safe Bar program in Tennessee, and equip you with the tools and knowledge needed to identify and intervene safely when you see sexual harassment or assault. You will receive a wealth of resources for ongoing education and learn how to use the material to train bartenders, servers, and community leaders across the state of Tennessee.
DAY 1: Wednesday, January 17th, 10:00am CST - 12:00pm CST
DAY 2: Thursday, January 18th, 10:00am CST - 12:00pm CST
*PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
- This is a two (2) day training, participants must attend both 2 hour sessions in order to complete the training.
- This workshop is participatory and requires active engagement from all attendees, including having cameras on throughout the duration of the training.
- Anyone is welcome to join this training, but this Safe Bar program is specific to Tennessee.