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Schedule a presentation with your office or student group.
Green Dot is Creighton’s violence prevention program, focusing bystander intervention. This presentation will introduce the concept of Green Dot and provide participants with strategies for intervening in situations where violence could occur. (approximately 30 minutes in length)
This training is an in-depth look at sexual violence and the role of a bystander. The training will help participants recognize potential “red dot” situations, identify behaviors associated with stalking, partner violence, and sexual assault, understand the role of a bystander and the obstacles to action, understand how to implement a reactive and proactive “green dot,” and identify 3 types of green dots to use in any situation. (approximately 6 hours in length)
All individuals working with children or vulnerable adults must complete a required training. Training should occur after an organization has registered their event with the Office of Equity and Inclusion.
Trainings will be held on campus throughout the academic year. Participants will complete a short quiz at the training and their name and NetID will be entered into a central database for training verification purposes. Participants only need to attend one training per calendar year, as indicated by the Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy.