October 20, 2016
Autumn Green Dot Trainings for Students
Green Dot Overview and Emotional First Aid
UW GreenDot has exciting new trainings to support the work you are doing with students and your interactions with peers. The trainings will equip you with practical skills to be an active bystander. It will provide opportunities to learn, discuss, and practice intervention skills related to interpersonal violence and individuals in distress. Additionally we will discuss Title IX and the UW referral procedures.
Nov. 18th 1:00pm –3:00pm, HUB 332
Nov. 30th 2:00pm- 4:00pm, HUB 332
Registration Link: https://greendot.typeform.com/to/rI8BF9
Student Bystander Training
This full-day training enhances students’ skills in being an active bystander and campus leader in preventing interpersonal violence on campus. We will examine dynamics of violence, barriers to intervening, and explore creative solutions for interrupting violence. Participants will gain confidence in their skills and enhance their understanding of solutions to intervene in situations in ways that feel safe and comfortable. Food, t-shirt and certificate provided upon completion.
Nov. 5th 10:00am- 4:00pm, Maple 218
New to Green Dot?
The aim of UW Green Dot is to prevent and reduce power-based violence at UW by engaging students, faculty, and staff as active bystanders who step in, speak up, and interrupt potential acts of violence. The Green Dot movement is about gaining a critical mass of the UW community, who are willing to do their small part to actively and visibly reduce power-based personal violence at UW. The program is based out of the UW office of Health and Wellness, SafeCampus, and other campus departments.
Learn more about UW GreenDot at http://depts.washington.edu/livewell/green-dot/.