Presentations & Trainings

SAVIP staff and Stand Up Carolina facilitators are available to present and train on a variety of topics related to interpersonal violence prevention and response. The presentations and trainings that we offer are listed below. If your group or organization is interested in scheduling a presentation or training, please connect with us! We appreciate the opportunities to educate students, faculty, and staff all over campus!

To connect with SAVIP to schedule a presentation or training, click here to fill out an scheduling form and one of our staff members will follow up with you.

Presentations

(These are designed to be given to classes and student organizations.)

Stand Up Carolina

Description: Bystander intervention education that includes four bystander intervention strategies and resources on and off-campus for those involved in harmful or negative situations.

Length:

  • Version 1: Designed for U101, it can last from 50 to 75 minutes
  • Version 2: An extended-length presentation that can last up to two hours and includes a discussion about culture and social norms. Version 2 can be delivered by SAVIP’s trained Stand Up Carolina facilitators who may be faculty, staff, or students; we assign facilitators based on the audience and facilitator availability.

Healthy Relationships, Communication, and Consent Made Easy

Description: In addition to covering consent and healthy relationship characteristics, it also covers warning signs of unhealthy relationships, definitions of the three types of interpersonal violence (sexual assault, relationship/intimate partner violence, and stalking), the relationship between alcohol and sexual assault, and resources on campus for interpersonal violence survivors.

Length: Designed for U101 classes, it can last from 50 to 75 minutes.

How to Support a Survivor

Description: Participants will be taught the impact of interpersonal violence (this can include sexual assault, relationship/intimate partner violence, or stalking/harassment), how to implement strategies to support and assist survivors, and resources on and off-campus for survivors.

Length: 1 hour

Trainings

(These are designed to be given to student leaders, faculty, and staff.)

Stand Up Carolina, Version 2

Description: Bystander intervention education that includes four bystander intervention strategies and resources on and off-campus for those involved in harmful or negative situations.

Length:

  • Version 1: Designed for U101, it can last from 50 to 75 minutes
  • Version 2: An extended-length presentation that can last up to two hours and includes a discussion about culture and social norms. Version 2 can be delivered by SAVIP’s trained Stand Up Carolina facilitators who may be faculty, staff, or students; we assign facilitators based on the audience and facilitator availability.

Listen, Support, Report

Description: SAVIP staff deliver this training which clarifies reporting obligations for employees who have to report when students disclose they have survived incidents of interpersonal violence, and guides employees through how to appropriately respond to interpersonal violence disclosures and how to refer survivors to on and off-campus resources. This training is geared toward “responsible employees,” those who have to report students’ interpersonal violence incidents to the university, but confidential resources (those who do not have an obligation to report) may also attend.

Length: 1.5 – 2 hours

Understanding the Impact of Trauma

Description: The Associate Director of SAVIP delivers this training which covers the definition and neurobiology of trauma, trauma symptoms and common reactions to trauma, on and off-campus resources for trauma survivors, and how to compassionately respond to trauma survivors. While “Listen, Support, Report” also includes a section on responding to survivors, this training gives participants an in-depth look at the holistic effects of trauma.

Length: 2 hours

Intimate Partner Violence Info Session

Description: The Associate Director of SAVIP delivers this training which covers definitions of intimate partner violence (also known as “domestic violence” or “relationship/dating violence”), how to recognize and respond to the signs of an unhealthy relationship, risk factors for both survivors and abusers, and how to support and assist intimate partner violence survivors.

Length: 1.5 hours

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