Summer Learning Workshop Series
SSAIC presents a new way to learn about sexualized violence from the comfort of your own couch! This learning workshop series will include four topics aimed at any and everyone with a thirst to learn. Join us live through Zoom and get ready to learn! Limited spots available.
Tickets to each learning workshop are by donation to SSAIC – your support makes a difference. Donate at any time here!
Click on the webinars below to register.
Sexualized Violence in the Classroom – June 16th @ 2:00pm CST
Learn how to notice, care for, and support child and youth survivors in the classroom. Open to anyone who works in the school systems (teachers, administrators, educational assistants, etc); all age ranges will be discussed. Topics covered will include impacts on young survivors, indicators of abuse, and supporting a youth that discloses sexualized violence. Click here to make a donation.
Understanding Sexualized Violence – June 30th @ 2:00pm CST
Our version of Sexualized Violence 101: all the things we think you should know about this systemic issue and what we can do to begin eradicating sexualized violence from our community. Topics covered will include definitions of terminology, a brief overview of consent and the law, and All are welcome! Click here to make a donation.
Consent 101: The (Sexual) Basics – July 22nd @ 2:00pm CST
Even in the #MeToo climate, 28% of Canadians still report not fully understanding consent*, and we need to do better. All ages are welcome and encouraged as we discuss the ages of consent in Canada, the legalities around when consent is valid, and how to navigate obtaining and maintaining consent in all sexual experiences. Click here to make a donation.
Being a Strong Ally to Survivors – August 11th @ 2:00pm CST
Join us as we learn how to support survivors of sexualized violence of all walks of life – children, youth, adults; friends, family members, coworkers; clients, patients, and strangers. Being an ally and strong support person isn’t complicated, but it can be emotionally taxing; learn how to avoid burnout and compassion fatigue in yourself while still helping survivors. Click here to make a donation.