SAPA 101 Training Sessions are the first step to becoming a SAPA advocate. These 2-hour sessions cover sexual assault myths and facts, Emory and greater Atlanta resources, sexual misconduct policies, and basics on survivor care and response.
After completing a SAPA 101 Training Session, you are considered a SAPA trainee. You must then schedule a followup interview with a SAPA Peer Facilitator and attend a CEM to become a SAPA Advocate.
Once you complete these three things, your name will be put on our website as a SAPA Advocate and you will receive a SAPA t-shirt and sticker so survivors can easily identify you!
Fall ’17 SAPA 101 Training Sessions
- Monday, August 28, 6-8pm in Candler 122
- Tuesday, September 12, 6-8pm in Candler 120
- Wednesday, October 4, 6-8pm in Candler 122
- Thursday, October 26, 6-8pm in Candler 120
- Saturday, November 18, 10am-12pm in Candler 120
- Monday, December 4, 6-8pm in Candler 122
To schedule a group-specific training, please contact the Training Management Chair. A SAPA 101 Training Session must be scheduled at least two weeks prior to the date on which it will be held. All SAPA training sessions must be held in public university space; no trainings will be held in residence halls, fraternity houses, sorority lodges, or private apartments.