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Structuring Your Prevention Program for Success

December 13, 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm

This webinar will explore strategically structuring prevention sessions, as well as ensuring sessions and programs are connected to the broader prevention vision and goals. The trainer will give attendees ideas on how to design prevention sessions that utilize effective and engaging practices, such as setting specific and achievable learning objectives and incorporating diverse teaching techniques that are respective of multiple learning styles. Oftentimes preventionists are asked to cover a variety of topics in their presentations, which can result in a disjointed and confused message, therefore attendees will also learn how to sequence lessons so that they reinforce and build upon each other. Finally, the trainer will share strategies to achieve the identified goals of the agency prevention program, such as coordinating messages and threads of prevention across various programs to build towards greater impact in the community over time. This is an intermediate webinar and will not cover basic concepts of sexual violence primary prevention; and will focus on the structure and planning of sessions, not session content, making this applicable to a variety of prevention strategies and communities. 


Casey Scott Mitchell

Casey Scott-Mitchell is a program advisor at Citizens Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse (CADA) of Island County, where she previously served as manager of the Education and Prevention program.  Casey has worked in prevention at CADA for the last 6 years, and did similar work at the Women’s Shelter of South Texas before that.  Casey has worked in a variety of school and community settings, with various populations, and at all grade levels. Casey has been involved in all aspects of building the prevention program from curriculum development, to facilitation, to structuring program goals and objectives.  In collaboration with other prevention staff at CADA, Casey has helped build a prevention program that is currently offered in all the Island County public schools, reaching over 6,000 students every school year.  

Training Hours and Credits: 

This training will count as 1.5 hours ongoing sexual assault training for OCVA sexual assault grantees.


WCSAP makes every effort to ensure accessibility for participants that request them. Please register about 3 weeks before the event to allow time for scheduling interpreters.

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Reviewed: March 14th, 2018