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Workshops are presented in partnership with community organizations that help to provide a facility, promote the workshop and register participants. Presently, we have received funding that will cover most of the expenses to conduct a workshop. The specific qualifications to funding are listed below.

  

Qualifications & Requirements for Hosting a Workshop

 

1. In order to qualify for a workshop, prospective groups must be a social service agency, a non-profit organization, a charity or a community group that serves survivors of sexual abuse or advocates on their behalf.

  

 2. Workshops can take place anywhere in southwestern Ontario, including Windsor, Chatham, Sarnia, London, Kitchener, Hamilton, St. Catharines, Toronto, Oshawa and all surrounding communities.

                         

 3. Partnering organizations will serve as a host group and are responsible for providing local promotion, registrations and a suitable venue. 

                                                                                                                

 4. Participation in all workshops is limited to adult survivors of sexual abuse. A minimum of 8 participants is required. The maximum group size should not exceed 20 people or what the venue can accommodate.  

 

5. The privacy and confidentiality of all participants must be respected. These will be protected through a number of protocols that will be upheld by both partnering organizations and also the participants.

  

Workshop Facilities

The facility in which the workshop is scheduled to take place should offer the following:

· Available parking and accessible to public transportation.

· Enough room and seating to accommodate the intended number of participants.

· An appropriate venue for presentations, including an electrical outlet and screen or other suitable surface for   projection. A white board or easel would also be helpful. 

· Access to washrooms.

· Handicap accessible.