Education & Training
Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. Sexual Assault Center is actively working toward educating and engaging the community in the awareness and prevention of sexual assault. We work with middle and high schools, colleges, community organizations, law enforcement, SAPR advocates, prisons and jails, religious organizations, and more.
We encourage you to read our list of current educational presentations, but Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. Sexual Assault Center is also able to cater a presentation to your specific needs and audience. With questions, please contact us through our Contact Form.
We also welcome requests to share more about our organization and services through presentations, community meetings, and tabling events. We believe in partnering with community organizations to combat sexual violence and gladly appreciate invitations to partner.
- Identifies reasons backed by research on why we don’t intervene when there is risk of a sexual assault occurring
- Establishes a variety of ways we can be an active bystander, including scenarios and the three D’s: distract, delegate and direct
- Discusses the value of being an “upstander”
- Defines consent and how it relates to sexual assault
- Develops ways we can ask our partner(s) for consent
- Identifies what does and does not constitute consent
- Addresses the relationship between alcohol, drugs, and consent
- Explains the benefits and necessity of consent
Intro to Sexual Violence
- Explains what Sexual Violence is and provides up-to-date statistics
- Provides insight into state laws and reporting options
- Explains how we can actively participate in prevention