This 3-part class is open to all. From 10 to 11:20, attendees will learn how to prevent sexual assaults and harassment, what to do and not do if you’re sexually assaulted, and how and where to report incidents.
From 11:30 - 12:50, the focus will be on dating and domestic violence awareness, including the warning signs of abuse, what abuse is, making a plan to get away safely, and resources around the college and the community.
The final 3-hour class (1:00-4:00) will cover basic self-defense training, starting with warm up exercises to prevent injury. Participants will learn proper methods of performing a variety of strikes and escape techniques. In addition to hands-on exercises, participants will learn about personal safety in parking lots.