AWARE training is a self-defense course that is founded on statistic-based research and focuses on what is real and what works. By emphasizing the principal that less is best, AWARE material is kept simple so it is easy to learn, and more importantly, is easy to retain and use. Focus is placed on identifying threatening behaviors and avoiding them while providing physical skills in case avoidance fails.
Bringing in the Bystander
Everyone has a role to play in ending violence against women and men. Participation in this program represents a unique opportunity for students, faculty and staff to educate themselves on how to stop violence against others at San Jacinto College.
Safe Zone Training
The Safe Zone/Ally training is designed to educate individuals on LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) issues and to help members of the college community (students, professors, administrators, and staff) become better allies to LGBTQ+ students and more knowledgeable of gender and sexuality issues.
Student Organization Training's
This training will review all of the information and guidelines student organization leaders need to know to be successful at San Jacinto College. This training is required for each organization President and at least one additional officer. All student organization leaders are encouraged to take this training.
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This training will review all of the information and guidelines student organization Advisors need to know to be successful at San Jacinto College. This training is required for all student organization Advisors each academic year.
Risk Management Training- Student Organizations
San Jacinto College Student Organizations are required to pass the Risk Management training with at least an 80%. All student leaders and advisors must complete the training as a part of the annual registration process. When a student organization has been approved to participate in college-sponsored travel, all members and advisors wanting to participate in the travel event must complete this training, prior to the trip being approved. This training is state mandated and must be completed once per academic year.