Used by the Air Force, communities, universities, and high schools across the nation – this interactive program stresses the importance of community-wide support in violence prevention.


What does it mean to say “yes” to Green Dot Bystander Training?

Dates/time:
Monday – Thursday, November 5-8, 2018; 8:30-4:00 each day

Location:
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts

Cost: $50 person; covers curriculum, materials, lunch & refreshments each day

Time Commitment: Four days of training

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As an Impact Participant, what will my role in the training be?

  • Learn the impact of violence in the workplace, homes, and our community
  • Understand the importance of violence prevention and how every member of the community must be part of the process to prevent it
  • Develop an understanding of what it means to be a Green Dot
  • Participate in role-playing activities that will aid in skill development for guiding Green Dot education and participation in the workplace & community
  • Develop a personalized plan that aligns with the mission of your organization and/or outreach circles. Green Dot trainers will provide a template, guidance and time to identify barriers, build a plan, assign roles, identify future needs and strategize rollout, etc. 

NOTE: People attending training should be comfortable speaking in large groups, participate in role play, lead group conversations regarding sensitive information, etc.

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As an Impact Participant, what will my role post-training be?

  • To present the Green Dot outline to key stakeholders in your work community and/or other circles of influence
  • To support execution of the Green Dot plan, developed at training, in your community
  • To complete Green Dot presentations at organizations in the Fond du Lac community in alignment with your personalized plan and in partnership with the Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund.

 

How will the Women’s Fund support you in your commitment to Green Dot Training?

  • Regular touch points with a Women’s Fund coach/rep
  • A personal story on our website about why Green Dot is important to you and/or the mission of your company and specifically how you’re committed to implementing Green Dot strategies & prevention throughout our community
  • Supply further information and education re: Green Dot, through Project Table Talk
  • Provide a forum for Green Dot participants to connect, troubleshoot and share best practices on a regular basis (website, email, etc.)