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Workshops & Trainings

Program Request Form

Interested in requesting one of these programs? Complete the online Program Request Form.

For Students

Educational Tabling & Resource Fairs

We can incorporate educational content on consent, healthy relationships, and bystander intervention into a brief tabling activity. For any questions and/or clarification contact CARE at


Any program below can be tailored to meet the needs of your specific group or organization. The following workshops and presentations are our most popular offerings:

Healthy Relationships

This program offers an overview of qualities of a healthy relationship, signs of an unhealthy/abusive relationship, and working with campus resources.

Cute or Creepy? Practicing Cybersafety

This program offers risk reduction tips about online safety, privacy settings, dating apps, social media, and how to protect personal information.

Yes, No, Maybe: Clarifying Consent

This interactive workshop focuses on communication, consent and healthy sexuality. Learn what consent is and how to ask, listen, and respect.


This interactive program offers party safety strategies, emphasizing risk reduction and being a responsive bystander.

How to Support a Survivor

This program offers different ways to support and empower survivors with a particular emphasis on listening skills. Identifying information of victims/survivors will not be discussed.                  

CARE Services 

Are you interested in learning more about CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center? This presentation is a comprehensive summary of the educational outreach and support services provided by CARE advocates to students affected by sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.


Custom Program Offerings

We are also able to present on topics customized to a particular group or audience. Past examples include:

  • How Healthy Relationships Lead to Safer Sex - explore how key components of a healthy relationship and a thorough understanding of consent leads to meaningful, safer intimate and sexual activities. 
  • Navigating Healthy Relationships: Dating Back Home vs. Dating in the US - explore how healthy relationships differ between your country of origin and the U.S. 
  • Practicing IDEAS in Everyday Life - learn bystander intervention strategies you can use in your day-to-day life to get more comfortable applying them in potentially risky situations.  

To consult about a custom program request, contact CARE at

For Faculty and Staff

Trainings & Presentations

How to Support a Student Survivor (2 hour training)

Participants will learn the five steps to an effective and trauma-informed response, how to assess for urgency, and how they can work with CARE advocate staff. Quarterly trainings are offered via UC Learning. If a department or team would prefer an in-service training, we are available upon request.

Empowering Employees to Intervene: Sexual Harassment (2 hour training)

In partnership with Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD) this workshop is specifically tailored to workplace sexual misconduct. It explores the barriers for intervention and empowers participants to move from a bystander to an upstander. Attendees also learn about the IDEAS model, developed by CARE at SARC, and apply it to workplace sexual misconduct scenarios.