This workshop provides participants with a deeper understanding of the roots of homophobic and sexual bullying and harassment.

This workshop is intended for all levels of staff at bars, music festivals and entertainment venues.

Developed for participants who work in bars, music venues, and festivals, we examine how venues and establishments can empower their staff to be engaged bystanders. Explore the root causes of sexual violence, learn about consent, policies, and legal obligations to address sexual harassment. We highlight factors that may prevent people from intervening and introduce strategies to address harassment that empowers the person who is experiencing harassment and focuses on the roles of bystanders in the workplace and community. Gain the skills and tools to create safer spaces for patrons and clients.

Workshop Details

Workshop Duration: 3 hours

Audience: All levels of staff at bars, music festivals and entertainment venues Volunteers and Board of Directors at music festivals

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Since 2009, our Training Centre has offered a full-range of workshops tailored for professionals working in all sectors. Whether you’re looking to support diversity and inclusion in your workplace, build comfort and skill in addressing topics around sexual health with your clients, or navigate conversations with your kids—we’ll work with you to develop a training plan that is right for you.