Healthy Relationships Workshop

The Sexual Violence Resource Centre (SVRC) is pleased to announce Healthy Relationships, which is replacing the previous Bringing in the Bystander (BITB) course. Healthy Relationships is a newly developed 3-hr workshop that will be facilitated through the Sexual Violence Resource Centre. This peer-facilitated workshop will foster a shared culture of consent on campus by providing students with a broad and practical knowledge of consent, sexual violence and sexual health & boundaries, with special focus on university-related relationships, campus community responsibilities and related resources. The workshop is designed to be highly interactive, with small group activities and larger group discussions included in each section. Below are some tips to help you register:

  • Space is limited for each workshop, register early to secure your preferred date!
  • If it says that registration is ‘closed’ that means all the spaces plus the waitlist for that date are full and no additional registrations can be accommodated
  • Each person must register individually, meaning multiple people will not be allowed to register under one name (i.e. one person can’t register on behalf of the entire executive team)
  • Due to the nature of the course, please make sure you are available for the whole three-hour duration of the course. If you know you may arrive late or have to leave early, we kindly advise you to register for a different date or email us for information on further sessions

Tuesday, February 27

4 – 7 pm

Room EITC E2-351

Register here: https://forms.gle/5xXQTQVVZunU3LLW9


Wednesday, March 13

5 – 8 pm

Room 136 Frank Kennedy

Register here: https://forms.gle/pjgXsm5QPhb9Fs977


Thursday, April 11

5 – 8 pm

Room 133 Frank Kennedy Register here: https://forms.gle/A1KuvA6Utgih8qvy8


There is an alternative which is to take UM’s Sexual Violence Prevention Workshop, available through UM Learn. Login – University of Manitoba (desire2learn.com) this will also count towards UMGSA Council’s mandatory requirement.