Registration for the EAAA Train the Trainer workshop in May 2019 is now open!
Our next Train the Trainer Workshop will be May 4 - 9, 2019.
Optional individualized WenDo instruction ia scheduled for May 10, 2019. The deadline for registration is March 1, 2019.
- 6 full days of in-person training (lunch, refreshments, and snacks each day)
- Three 2-3 hour webinars to finish off your training while you are preparing to implement the EAAA program
- Videoconference/telephone support during the first year of implementation
- 1 EAAA Campus Trainer Kit: a Campus Trainer Manual and a set of EAAA Facilitator Manuals and Appendices
- 1 EAAA program kit: 2 sets of EAAA Facilitator Manuals and Appendices plus all of the reusable materials you need to deliver the EAAA program.
Space is limited to a maximum of 16 for the Train the Trainer and 10 for the individualized WenDo instruction.
Preference will be given to staff from institutions committed to implementing the EAAA program within 6-10 months of completing the workshop.
Train the Trainer Workshops
EAAA Train the Trainer workshops are held every spring at the University of Windsor. These workshops are open to women of all ages (>18) and backgrounds who work at or with colleges or universities interested in implementing the EAAA program at their institution. Graduates of these workshops, Campus/Community Trainers, are qualified to train and supervise the EAAA Facilitators, who can then deliver the program to young women on their university/college campuses or in their community.
NOTE: Trainers are not qualified teach Facilitators in the physical self-defence component of the EAAA program. A 15-hr, WenDo basic self-defence course (or approved alternative empowerment self-defence) and individualized instruction of Facilitators with a certified self-defence instructor must be part of Facilitator training.
Best practices suggest that Trainers should attend a training workshop no more than 6 months prior to the start date for hiring and training Facilitators in their home locations
Who Can Become an EAAA Campus/Community Trainer?
EAAA Train the Trainer workshops are open to women employed by or affiliated with a postsecondary institution or a non-profit agency (e.g., sexual assault centre) partnering with a university/college to provide the EAAA program on campuses free of charge.
The SARE Centre's goal is to make the EAAA program accessible to young women. Consequently, although Trainers and/or affiliated community agencies can apply for grants or be reimbursed for their training time, the EAAA program must be offered to female students for free.
Got more questions?
Don't want to Travel to Windsor? We can come to you.
If you would prefer to receive our EAAA Train the Trainer Workshop in your home community, we will send a Lead Trainer and a WenDo instructor (if needed) to you for training. Please contact us for more information.