Participants achieve RMR Level 1 Certification after successfully completing 2.5 hours of Level 1 Training and passing RMR Level 1 Post-Test. RMR Level 1 Certification confirms these attained learning outcomes. Participants can:
Define sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, and sexual exploitation.
- Differentiate between effective and affirmative consent.
- Identify three reasons why someone legally cannot give consent to sexual contact.
- Delineate between intoxication and incapacitation.
- Recognize and refute at least six common rape myths.
- Explain the difference between coercion and seduction.
- Identify three ways to ask for consent from another person without creating discomfort in the other person.
- Understand the skills needed to be a proactive upstander.
- Apply KABU concepts to practical case studies.
Participants achieve RMR Level 2 Certification after successfully completing Level 1 Training, plus 2 additional hours of Level 2 Training to successfully deliver the RMR Level 1 Content to other participants. Level 2 Certification confirms the following attained learning outcomes. Participants can:
Demonstrate mastery of RMR core concepts: Knowledge, Attitude, Behavior, and Upstander Skills.
- Explain the definitions and relationships between forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, and sexual exploitation.
- Establish at least six ground rules for RMR discussions.
- Understand how to respond to reports of sexual harassment or misconduct.
- List at least three ways that RMR is inclusive to various demographic groups.
- Guide and troubleshoot all RMR Exercises for Level 1.
- Facilitate and discuss all RMR Case Studies for Level 1 using gender-neutral terms and pronouns.
Go RMR. Make Respect the Standard, not the Exception.