Get trained in Respect My Red and offer workshops to your community

We offer a variety of options to bring Respect My Red to you. Fit the 16 hours of training into your schedule and get your certification as a Respect Red Trainer, or invite members of our RMR team to lead the workshop at your school/organization.


Respect My Red utilizes the KABB model.

We build awareness on four sturdy table legs: knowledge, attitude, behavior, and bystander intervention. We think everyone should know definitions and laws. We think everyone should have an attitude to promote respect for self and others. We think everyone should behave in a way to demonstrate respect. We think everyone has the ability to be a proactive bystander in their community.


What is a healthy relationship? What is abuse? How do alcohol and other drugs affect relationships and our bodies? Do you know what the difference is between incapacitated and drunk? Or, what is coercion and what is persuasion? Who is responsible for risk reduction?
• Healthy Relationships vs. Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
• Sexual exploitation, harassment, stalking
• Sexual assault and rape
• Same-sex sexual assault
• Technology-related sexual misconduct (sexting)
• Criminal vs. civil vs. school definitions


Are you biased? Would you know it if you were? How strongly do you feel about an issue and why? How does this impact your ability to be an effective leader? More specifically, what are common attitudes about relationships, respect and substance use? Do you go along to get along?
• Where do we obtain our attitudes? Media, parents, peers?
• Rape myths and victim blaming
• Bias based on gender, sexuality, religion, age, economic status, race, and more
• What is normal vs. what is “over the line”?
• How can we change the attitudes of others?
• How do we shift the NORM and perception of the NORM?


How do we impact what people choose to do? How do we set the standard for Respect?
• Why do people say one thing and do another?
• What are the real ways to bring about changes in behavior?
• What works best for various ages, genders, religious backgrounds, and other demographic variables?
• How can I create an environment that reduces the likelihood of disrespectful behaviors?
• What does respectful treatment of others look like? What is the goal?
• How can I be thoughtful about various beliefs and values regarding sexuality and relationships?


Are you really comfortable taking a public stand on an issue? What motivates you to fight the fire yourself vs. wait for the firetruck to arrive? What’s the difference between being labeled a tattletale vs. a hero? When should we get help in addressing concerning behavior? Learn when to involve parents, legal counsel, and criminal authorities. Understand how bystanders are truly the norm-setters in any community.
• Assess your philosophical approach: Educational vs. Disciplinary.
• What is a bystander vs. an up-stander?
• What are approaches for students vs. adults?
• When is it best to confront one on one vs. in a group?
• How should you approach an alleged victim vs. alleged perpetrator?
• Cultural sensitivity and international student issues
• Developmental models for all ages