Staff Training: Minimizing the Risk of Sexual Violence

$25.00

This online, self-paced course reviews strategies to minimize sexual violence against people with disabilities. In the training you will learn about:

  • Increased Vulnerability Factors and Warning Signs
  • Answering Difficult Questions
  • Non-Shaming Responses, Reacting, and Reporting
  • Consent
  • Bodily Autonomy
  • Healthy Relationships

The course concludes with a final competency quiz. You will receive a certificate upon passing the test to then download and send it to your employer as proof of completion if needed.

Upon purchasing, create your own personal log in to access the course anytime, view your progress, and access your certificate of completion. This course was created in accordance with the new Minnesota 245D requirement.

*If you are an employee of an organization that has purchased the course for all employers, use the code they provided to access the course for free.

*Organizations can purchase the training course at a group rate for multiple employees. See more details below. Email us at katie@madhatterwellness.com to get started.

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Organizations can purchase the training course at a group rate for multiple employees to access on their own. Email us at paige@sfaabilities.com to get started. If you choose this option, Mad Hatter Wellness will send an invoice to your organization. Once payment is provided from your org, we can provide a specialized code for your employees to access the training for free on our website. Other accommodations can be made if your organization needs the materials to put on your own platform instead.

*If you are an employee of an organization that has purchased the course for all employers, use the code they provided to access the course for free. Create your own personal log in to be able to access the training anytime.

 

This training course is also open to anyone looking for professional development!

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