TRAININGS

bloom365

TRAININGS FOR TEENS & ADULTS

 

At bloom365, we develop all of our education, advocacy and activism strategies by doing what

matters most to the youth who have experienced, witnessed or caused emotional verbal, physical

or sexual violence – we listen to and hear every one of them. 

ARE YOU A "TRUSTED ADULT" FOR YOUTH?

6 R'S TRUSTED ADULT ALLY VIRTUAL TRAINING

 

WHO IS OUR TRAINING FOR?

  • School Personnel

  • Coaches

  • Parents/Guardians/Parent Service Organizations

  • Youth Development Staff

  • Hospital/Health Care Staff

  • Employers of 16-24 year olds

  • Youth Pastors

  • Behavioral Health Specialists​

  • School Resource Officers

 

THE BENEFITS OF BEING A TAA!

  1. Alleviate the barriers to safety, healing and support for youth

  2. Reduce the stress associated with disclosures and reports of violence and their aftermath

  3. Build community with a national network of Trusted Adult Ally peers

  4. Cultivate the youth/adult collaboration for safer schools and communities

  5. Receive ongoing tech assistance and relevant case study webinars

Next Training: June 22, 24, 26 | 9 AM-12 PM MST | $90

 

The Virtual Trusted Adult Ally Training is delivered over the course of one week. Live and interactive training sessions will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Independent learning modules are designed for completion before each interactive live session. 

Track 1: Recognize & Remove (Mondays)

Track 2: Respond & Refer (Wednesdays)

Track 3: Resources & Root Solutions (Fridays)

**Download training flyer for more info.

HOW THE TRAINING WORKS:

  1. Our 16-hour training is now offered online through a series of three, 3-hour live sessions and two on-demand self paced courses via Adobe Connect.

  2. Live classes are M, W, F.

  3. You will receive an email with information on how to access the course after you register.

Upon completion of the training, you will be a certified BLOOM365 Trusted Adult Ally and ready to support the youth in your community. 

$90-$250/pp

DO YOU WANT TO LEARN HOW TO DETECT AND PREVENT TEEN DATING ABUSE?

FREE VIRTUAL 7-DOSE TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION & HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP TRAINING

 

Preventing teen dating abuse before it starts will help to ensure relationships, homes, schools, and communities are healthy, safe and free of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

At bloom365, we take a collaborative and comprehensive public health approach to preventing teen dating abuse and sexual violence at the root causes. Through our 7-Dose education curricula, ongoing advocacy and youth-led activism, we change the social norms that support violence. 

Join us at one of our upcoming virtual trainings to experience our curriculum for yourself! This interactive training is suitable for high school teens and adults! 

We have taken our 7-Dose curriculum online! We invite you to join us in our virtual classroom for an upcoming session. The doses will be split into two, 3-hour sessions either during a Tuesday/Thursday or Saturday session. We recommend completing all 7-Doses.

 

SESSION 1:

Meet bloom365 and learn about our mission and vision as well as our long term goals.

  • Dose 1: RECOGNIZE THE RED FLAGS - Spot the red flags of domestic/sexual/teen dating violence

  • Dose 2: RESPOND & REFER - Learn how to respond to interpersonal violence without blaming the victim. Learn how to safety plan. Learn about resources for teens and how/where to refer a friend to help.

  • Dose 3: ROOT CAUSES - Decode the Root Causes of interpersonal violence; rigid gender norms.

  • Dose 4: Media and the Social Acceptance of Sexual Violence, Power and Control

 

SESSION 2:

  • Dose 5: SELF-ESTEEM - Cultivate positive self-esteem, self-love and peer support beyond body image and appearance

  • Dose 6: 3 C’s - Communicate and resolve conflicts through “I Statements.” Learn how to ask for consent

  • Dose 7: Bystander Intervention & Tipping Point Theory of Change

 

UPCOMING SESSIONS:

  • May 26 & May 28 (T/Th)

  • June 6 & 13 (Saturday's)

  • June 16 & 18 (T/Th)

  • July 7 & 9 (T/Th)

  • July 11 & 18 (Saturday's)

  • August 8 & 15 (Saturday's)
     

Questions? Email hello@bloom365.org

FREE

DO YOU WANT TO HELP OTHER TEENS?

PEER ADVOCATE ACADEMY | JULY 20-30,2020 | VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

 

Teens from across the globe are coming together in our virtual classroom to develop, refine, practice and share ideas and solutions to prevent domestic violence, sexual violence and teen dating violence at the root causes. 

 

You will leave this Academy as an inspired, informed and trained BLOOM365 Peer Advocate ready to: 

  • Amplify your voice, experience, and influence to help #UprootAbuse. 

  • Educate, advocate and activate with your peers to prevent violence in your school and/or community. 

  • Partner with trusted adult allies to recognize and remove the help seeking barriers faced by friends and/or peers who are witnessing, experiencing or causing domestic violence, sexual violence, teen dating violence, and/or gender-based violence. 

  • Change the social norms that promote and normalize gender-based violence. 

  • Activate your peer to peer influence to #UprootAbuse in Gen-Z, Gen-Alpha and beyond!

DAYS 1 & 2: EDUCATE

July 20 – 3.5 hours w/breaks

July 21 – 3.5 hours w/ breaks

DAYS 3 & 4: ADVOCATE 

July 23 – 3 hours

July 24- 3 hours

 

DAYS 5 & 6: ACTIVATE

July 27- 3 hours

July 28- 3 hours

DAY 7: Healing through Storytelling Showcase

July 31

Our virtual academy will be held through Adobe Connect and Zoom meetings. 

*Registration fee includes a t-shirt

REGISTRATION FEE

1 REGISTRATION - $150 (ages 13-24)

2-4 REGISTRATIONS - $75 each

5 OR MORE REGISTRATIONS - $50 EACH

Young people who attend the Academy leave with a greater understanding of the root causes of interpersonal violence and skills to intervene and prevent these experiences, peer to peer.

OUTCOMES:

This experience also provides 13-19 year old Next Gen Advocates with a safe space to cultivate their leadership skills and develop their unique leadership style.

 

Though qualitative and quantitative outcome measures, we expect the Lead Peer Advocate experiences to reflect the following:

  1. More familiarity with how to support peer survivors of interpersonal violence (teen dating violence, sexual violence, domestic violence, gender based violence, cyber-stalking, etc.)

  2. A decrease in tolerance of violence

  3. More empathy and respect for others

  4. An increase in peer-to-peer support

  5. An increase in community awareness and involvement

  6. An increase in self-esteem and self-awareness

  7. More confidence in leadership abilities

  8. Enhanced communication, conflict resolution, and healthy relationship skills

IMPACT TESTIMONIALS

One 17-year-old from Surprise, AZ said the following about her experience at the Academy:

“Having the opportunity to educate my friends through the 7-Doses has helped me form deeper connections with my peers and made me more aware of the hidden issues plaguing teens”

Another 18-year-old from Glendale shared:

“I chose to be a Lead Peer Advocate in order to activate and amplify the voices of my peers to create a future that supports healthy masculinity, free of sexual violence.”
 

VIDEO: Peer Advocate Jaida had this to say about her experience...

$150/person

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Interested in elevating your school or community response to teen violence?

CONTACT US to learn about the opportunity to implement 

 our interconnected strategies in your region!

"This training was phenomenal! I really want to see this curriculum get implemented into our community. Everything that was taught spoke to me and I could agree with the message, not just pieces. Thank you so much for all of the hard work and dedication you all put into delivering this program."

 

TESTIMONIALS