Capilano University provides virtual and in-person education and training opportunities for members of the University who are interesting in learning more about healthy relationships, safer sex, consent culture, responding to disclosures, and trauma-informed approaches to sexual violence prevention.
This page provides virtual resources that you can engage with on your own time to deepen your learning.
For information regarding educational opportunities, events, and collaborations, please contact our Sexual Violence Prevention and Well-Being Facilitator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
New online module for students
Want to learn more about consent, sexual violence and how to support survivors? CapU Safer Campuses For Everyone is an asynchronous 75 minute self-paced online module that teaches participants about preventing and responding to sexual violence. The online module for students is now available for self-enrollment through this link by entering the enrollment key: capu2022
This module will cover:
- The meaning and impact of sexual violence
- Components of consent and its importance in all relationships
- How to intervene to prevent sexual violence
- On and off-campus sexual violence supports and other resources
Version for employees coming soon!
Sexy Sex Education with samantha bitty
Browse the CapU Student Life Youtube channel to watch videos on safer sex, consent, and relationships created by sex educator samantha bitty. samantha prioritizes art, aesthetics and accessibility to teach sex-ed that is rooted in pleasure, anti-racism, disability justice, and is affirming to folks across the gender/sexuality spectrum and survivors of gender-based violence.
Check out samantha's videos on:
- What is Sex?
- Body Confidence
- Self Pleasure
- Flirting in a Consent Culture (Part 1 & 2)
- Safer Sexting
- Safer Sex (Part 1 & 2)
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (Part 1 & 2)
- How to Break Up