Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment provides employees/faculty/staff/students with practical guidance on how to protect their physical health, support their mental well-being, to work and learn effectively onsite or offsite.
Preparing students to succeed post-graduation means equipping them now with the skills and knowledge to identify and intervene when they witness unsafe or unhealthy behavior with friends or coworkers. Research shows that the most effective prevention education requires messaging that is tailored to diverse populations and delivered across the student lifecycle.
EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite is a comprehensive education solution that engages students as they progress, fostering healthy relationships and preparing them to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.
Sexual Assault Prevention for Community College addresses preventing sexual assault and harassment on campus, in the workplace, and at home. Learners will learn about relationship abuse in established or long-term relationships, financial abuse, specific concerns students with children may face, and how to support loved ones who have experienced trauma. This course reflects training requirements outlined in the 2020 Title IX changes.
- Understand the importance of learning about sexual assault, healthy relationships, and consent to contribute to safe and supportive community
- Identify key elements of their personal identities, including their core values, and understand how that influences how they view relationships and sexual violence
- Identify healthy and unhealthy relationship practices
- Recognize different forms of sexual harassment in learning and workplace environments
- Practice skills to navigate consent-focused learner attitudes and behaviors
- Learn how to access resources for support
- Safely engage in bystander intervention
Module 1: Introduction
The introduction welcomes learners into the course. Instructions will help ease learners into the course design and content, and learners are invited to reflect on the negative impact sexual assault has within a community, and the role they as individuals can play in creating a safe and supportive campus environment.
Module 2: Values, Identities, and Relationships
In this module, learners reflect on their identities and personal values, and explore how these influence their perceptions of relationships and sexual violence. Learners will explore how to respond to friends or peers who have experienced different types of abuse, as well as strategies to intervene if they think a friend is being abusive.
The Sexual Misconduct Policy Acknowledgement is in this section.
Module 3: Understanding Our Identities
Learners will reflect on what gender stereotyping is and how it can contribute to harassment and gender-based violence. They will be introduced to strategies for bystander intervention and apply them through interactive video scenarios.
Module 4: Sexual Harassment and Stalking
Learners will be able to recognize different forms of sexual harassment common to college environments, including stalking. Learners will review relevant federal and state laws defining stalking and be introduced to strategies for responding to disclosures.
Module 5: Consent, Coercion, and Bystander Intervention
This module presents an in-depth exploration of consent and coercion. Designed to enable learners to distinguish between the two, the course explores what it means for an individual to clearly give consent. Learners will also explore bystander intervention strategies to identify when an intervention may be necessary and evaluate how to take action.
Add your institution’s consent definition in this module.
Module 6: Reporting Options and Responding to a Survivor
This module provides the learner with guidance on responding to disclosures using empathetic and active listening skills. It introduces the learner to multiple reporting options and the grievance process.
The Student Engagement Survey is in this section.
Module 7: Conclusion
The learner will complete a post-course exam, and will briefly review the information covered in the course.
There is an additional post-course, follow-up survey (which mirrors the pre-course survey) that is assigned as a separate learning activity and considered Part 2. EVERFI recommends assigning Part 2 of the course 30-45 days after the learner completes Part 1.
This 30-45 day intersession period allows learners to process the information from the course, start putting their new knowledge and skills into practice, and become more acclimated to their environment. This enables the Part 2 follow-up survey to assess changes in learner attitudes and behaviors, as well as the impact of the school or organization environment.
Automated Assignments can be used to implement an intersession.
Course Materials and Tools
- Research Background: Sexual Assault Prevention
Insight into the research that informed the development of EVERFI’s Sexual Assault Prevention Suite
- Complying with the Clery Act and Title IX
How to evaluate your sexual assault prevention program’s compliance with federal law
- EVERFI Course Development
Creating courses that are engaging, inclusive, and informed by best practices in instructional design