SAPAC Ally Training Program
The SAPAC Ally Training Program seeks to empower participants with the knowledge, awareness, and skills needed to be actively involved in the movement to end sexual and intimate partner violence. The SAPAC Ally Training Program is a great first step in receiving basic training regarding these issues and becoming a supporter of the movement.
What will be covered?
The SAPAC Ally Training Program aims to provide participants with a basic knowledge of sexual and intimate partner violence as well as skills that can be used in the movement to end sexual and intimate partner violence. We will explore consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and responding to diclosures from survivors of sexual misconduct. Facilitators aim to challenge pre-conceived notions while creating a brave and open environment that fosters discussion.
Who can participate?
The SAPAC Ally Training Program is open to all members of the University of Michigan community, including students, faculty, and staff.
What can you do after SAPAC Ally Training?
Participants are encouraged to apply the knowledge and skills that they gain as a part of the SAPAC Ally Training Program to their lives and affirm a commitment to supporting the movement to end sexual and intimate partner violence.
Becoming a SAPAC Ally means that you recognize that sexual and intimate partner violence is an issue in our culture and at the University of Michigan and you will not tolerate it. It means that you will actively work to reduce rape culture and victim blaming; that you will encourage healthy relationships, that you will educate others in your community; and that you will remain committed to supporting survivors.
When is the next SAPAC Ally Training?
SAPAC Ally Training is offered once a semester (during the Fall and Winter semesters of the academic year). The deadline has passed to apply to attend our Fall 2017 Ally Training.
Other questions? Feel free to contact the SAPAC office at (734) 764-7771.