Offered Spring semester: 2 credits
Provides student leaders with the necessary background to be sexual assault prevention peer educators. The desired outcome of the course is to bring students to the point where they can effectively facilitate educational programs to their peers. The training will focus on two areas: knowledge about the topic (underlying issues and knowledge related to sexual assault and alcohol misuse, empathy, rape recovery, and helping); and presentation skills (communicating, critical thinking, facilitating discussion, integrity building skills).
To apply e-mail the Health Promotion Program Coordinator
Peer Leadership & Training in Sexaul Assault Prevention and Bystander Intervention
HHPA 172 Peer Health: CATS, Spring 2014, Monday/Wednesday 2-2:50
Applications are due prior to registration and can be submitted to Adria Godon-Bynum in the Wellness Center, Walker 102. Apply for CATS.