Consent Advocate Training
Sept. 26, 2020 (Part 1) & Oct. 3, 2020 (Part 2). 9:30am-1pm
How do you actually sit and talk to people when an incident happens? What skills do you need to be able to talk to someone who has been harmed? What skills do you need to talk with someone accused of harm? This skills based class will focus on exercises, discussion, and group work to help you answer those questions. We will work on role definition, active listening skills, report taking, and dealing with difficult people.
This class has no prerequisites. It is perfect for anyone who needs to talk with someone about a consent incident.
- This workshop takes place over the course of two days. Part 1 will be taught on Saturday, September 26th, and Part 2 will be taught on Saturday, October 3rd. One ticket includes both days. There are no tickets for just one day.
- The workshop will be given in American English.
- This is an online class via Zoom. You must purchase your ticket in advance. Ticket sales end at 7:00pm on September 25th. Instructions for access will be emailed to you that evening.
- Class time is listed in Pacific Time. Use this Time Zone Converter to see what time the class will be for you: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
- No late entry will be allowed due to the intimate nature of this workshop. Access will be blocked at 10 minutes after the start time.
- All sexes, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, relationship orientations welcome and celebrated.
- The Consent Academy is sponsoring a limited number of tickets at discounted prices for those with limited income. We want to make this workshop accessible to as many people as we can. Please pay what you are able. We invite you to sponsor the Consent Academy scholarships with a Pay It Forward Sponsor ticket if you're in a financial position to do so.
- Questions may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Facilitators:
The Consent Academy is a group of dedicated educators and activists who provide quality consent training and consultations. We have come together to promote Consent Culture through education, speaking out, and supporting organizations that want to do better. We talk a lot about consent and consensual activity. It’s the cornerstone of what we teach and who we are. And while that is easy to say, we know that living a dedication to consent takes work, awareness, and a willingness to engage.
Presented by the Consent Academy. Please go to www.consent.academy for more information.