This workshop will help you address everyday sexism and attitudes that contribute to gender-based violence.
An active bystander can be a friend, family member, colleague, or stranger. Being an active bystander sends a message that violence against women is everyone’s business and that everyone has a positive role to play in eliminating it. Additionally, you will explore the causes, prevalence, and impact of domestic violence, sexual harassment, and other forms of violence against women.
Discounts apply for concession card holders and staff working in the following organisations, please email us to find out more:
Victorian Women's Health Services
Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations
On completion of this workshop you will have:
- increased your understanding and confidence to discuss violence against women with your colleagues, friends and family
- built your skills to challenge attitudes and behaviours that support violence against women
- acquired practical tools to be an active bystander
- built your skills and confidence to speak up when confronted with everyday sexism, and a range of behaviours and attitudes that justify, excuse blame trivilise or minimize violence against women.
- In person: 4 hour in-person interactive session
- Online: 3.5 hour interactive session delivered via zoom
- Issued a certificate upon completion
No assessment required for this workshop, but active engagement is expected from participants.
This workshop is designed for all audiences interested in taking action to prevent violence against women.
A desire to play a positive role towards eliminating violence against women.
The cost of the active bystander training is outlined below. This price assumes no tailoring, to discuss any options for adaptations for your workplace contact us via email or fill out the form with your enquiry at the bottom of this page.
Interested in Active Bystander Training for your workplace?