Consent & Leadership: Consent Advocate Training
Sat, Sep 18 at 10:30am
A Consent Advocate is a person who steps in and supports someone involved in a consent incident. They’re rarely professionals, just people with training who can offer practiced support when things go wrong. It’s not an easy role, but it makes a huge difference in how an organization or group gets through a consent incident. Having a consent advocate, ideally two, on hand will reduce the overall stress, speed healing, and improve outcomes. This workshop covers the basics of what it means to be a Consent Advocate: what it is, how you do it, why it’s worth doing, and the difficulties that come along with it. We will practice the skills of bystander intervention and emotional/psychological first aid. Both things you’ll need to provide support for people who have experienced harm.
3 Hour Online Zoom Workshop with Q&A throughout. Handouts and Zoom link will be emailed on the morning of the class.
- “Consent & Leadership: ” is part of the Consent & Leadership Series: comprehensive topics leaders in the modern world need to know to both understand and manage consent.
- If taking the classes in order, this is class # 7
- Introductory concepts for this class are taught in the “Consent & Leadership: Building a Framework” class and in previous Consent for Leadership classes (2020 or earlier). If you have not taken either of these classes, please email us at email@example.com. We will consult with you about how to best approach these classes.
- Please let us know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any access needs or things that would aid in your learning.
About the Educators:
The Consent Academy is an educational collective with dedicated educators, coaches, and activists who provide quality consent training and consultations. We promote Consent Culture through education, speaking out, and supporting organizations along their consent journey. Our classes are taught by a rotation of available educators using curriculum developed and shared by all of us. Where possible, we try to teach in pairs. If you have questions about a class or who is signed up to teach it, please email us: email@example.com
Presented by the Consent Academy: www.consent.academy