SSAIC’s Online Learning Workshop Series are updated each season with new and exciting webinars related to sexualized violence. Our webinars are aimed at any and everyone from professionals to the general public with a thirst to learn. Join us live through Zoom, or register and watch later.
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Registration for each learning workshop is by donation to SSAIC – your support makes a difference. Donate at any time here!
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Child Sexual Abuse Information Seminar – January 18th, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Join this one hour seminar for social workers, teachers, and other professionals working with children and youth to learn about the signs and indicators of CSA, the best tools to arm children with, and our school-based education and prevention program, “I’m the Boss of Me”, available to Grade 4 classrooms in Saskatchewan.
Demystifying the Reporting Process of Sexualized Violence – February 21st, 12 noon – 1pm
How long can a survivor wait to report a sexually violent experience? Do survivors have to pay for a lawyer? What percentage of perpetrators actually get convicted? Learn the answers to these questions (and many more!); suitable for professionals, support people, and survivors alike.
Exploring the Impacts of Sexualized Violence – March 16th, 12 noon 1pm
Sexualized violence effects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men in Canada. This means you know survivors. Learn about the various impacts that survivors of sexualized violence experience from the top down, and how that understanding will make you a better ally.
Consent 101: The (Sexual) Basics – April 13th, 12 noon – 1pm
Can you define the concept of consent? Can your teenager? Your students? Your clients? Consent is a critical aspect of sexualized violence, and education regarding consent is a powerful tool in the prevention and destigmitization of this epidemic.
Consent 102: The (Sexual) Building Blocks – April 26th, 12 noon – 1pm
Taken Consent 101 and still looking for more? In Consent 102, we’ll cover how to establish consent outside the bedroom, incorporating both verbal and non-verbal consent, and strengthen skills for revoking consent with confidence.
Impacts of COVID-19 on Survivors (watch now!)
COVID-19 has had unprecedented impacts on the whole world, but how has it impacted survivors of sexualized violence specifically? Co-presenting this webinar is Megan Sawyer, SSAIC’s Client Services Coordinator and counsellor to survivors. Watch the recording of our presentation below. Click here to make a donation.