Green Dot Training

About the training

Education and prevention strategies that address sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Green Dot mobilizes a force of engaged and proactive bystanders. Those who attend will gain knowledge and skills to be an effective reactive and proactive bystander.

Both in-person and virtual require a minimum of 10 participants.

Those who attend this training will gain knowledge and skills to be an effective proactive and reactive bystander. Both the in-person and virtual setting provide opportunity for active engagement that includes polling questions, small group and large group discussions. The main difference being that the in-person training allows for hands on group work and allows for more human connection which can be beneficial when engaging in violence prevention discussion.
This is an in-person training. This training is highly engaging with a multitude of activities, ranging from small group discussions, opportunities for active movement throughout the room, large group discussion and individual reflection.
This training was designed to engage our student leaders and influencers. To really shift campus culture it is important that the student leaders in our campus community- our role models- understand the importance of violence prevention, how their leadership status puts them in a position to positively influence peers and encourage them to join in this culture change. The 4-Hour training not only provides skill development focused on recognizing potential harm and strategies to intervene but includes content to foster leadership skills related to being a positive, influential, and impactful bystander.

If you think you have a group of students who are leaders/influencers on campus this training is for you!
We are willing to work with groups to break-up the 4 hour training into different segments reach out to mejohnson@ufsa.ufl.edu for more info

Those who attend this training will gain knowledge and skills to be an effective proactive and reactive bystander. The virtual setting will still provide opportunity for active engagement that includes polling questions, small group and large group discussions.