Violence Prevention Education

PARC's team of Violence Prevention Educators and professional staff work together to engage the campus community in a variety of conversations to help stop and prevent violence. Much of this education focuses around Bystander Intervention, which is a primary prevention strategy that encourages a community response to instances of potential or actualized harm, learning to ask ourselves what we can do in a moment to intervene safely to change situations that could escalate to violence. 

Currently, we offer a few different versions of Bystander Training designed to build skills over time. We also offer a few other trainings on related topics. PARC is always excited to collaborate with you to create a custom training for your needs, too! Below you can explore the trainings we offer, sign up for an open training, and/or request a training. 


Training for Students (Both Undergraduate and Graduate)

Training for Faculty and Staff

Other Training Around Violence Prevention