Education & Training
CCASA’s education & training programs aim to facilitate meaningful conversation on topics related to sexual violence, including why it occurs and its impact, and to build capacity within our community to respond to disclosures of sexual violence in a positive and supportive manner.
CCASA’s education programs promote a philosophy of a violence-free society and provide accurate information on specific sexual abuse and sexual assault issues through a non-threatening and judgement-free approach.
Many different audiences can benefit from our education and training, and we have programs available for adults, children & youth, professionals, community members and parents.
Professional & Public Education
We take a unique approach to our education delivery and believe that the best outcomes result from a collaborative approach. We will work with you to learn about the needs of your group and tailor our content and approach so that you can get the most learning out of your experience with us. All of our programs are free, participatory and collaborative.
Read more about our professional and public education offerings.
Children & Youth Education
We provide education programs to teach children (ages 5-12) and youth (ages 13-18) about sexual violence through appropriate subject matter and facilitation.
Read more about our programs for children and youth.
We provide a comprehensive selection of workshops for adult participants (ages 18+) as well as children and youth participants (ages 4-18), from one hour workshops to multi-session programs.
View our full list of workshops and find the session that’s right for you.
Explore a catalogue of free, online resources to learn more about sexual violence and how you can address it within your community.