Men At Work: Building Safe Communities Training

Men Stopping Violence (MSV) is pleased to announce our new curriculum: Men At Work: Building Safe Communities. Men At Work is an innovative and multi-disciplinary curriculum that: explores male violence against women in an accessible manner, challenges men to take responsibility for their actions, and provides the educational experience necessary to become allies in ending violence against women. In this three-day training, MSV will provide participants with the knowledge and tools needed to implement Men At Work. Join us in Atlanta for three days of transformation!

When & Where

The training will be held at Men Stopping Violence’s training room, and will begin on October 12th, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. and end on October 14th, 2016 at 6:15 p.m. Please arrange your travels accordingly to attend the entire training.

What You Will Receive

  • Men At Work Instructors’ Manual
  • Men At Work Students’ Manual
  • Men At Work Facilitation Training
  • Men At Work Curriculum Implementation Training

This training has been approved by the Georgia Commission on Family Violence for 20 FVIP hours.

Recommended Hotel

For your convenience, in terms of price and transportation, Men Stopping Violence recommends the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Atlanta-Emory University for your stay.

Training Cost

$495: Includes three-day training, a students’ manual, and an instructors’ manual. An $800 value!

Registration

Please contact Lee Giordano at 404.270.9894.

 

Testimonials

Below are what our past participants have said about the MAW trainings:

“Men Stopping Violence’s curriculum and training’s grounding in a clear philosophical framework gives facilitators a constant point of reference to challenge resistance and promote the program’s message of nonviolence. It’s unapologetic commitment to an oppression model is refreshing, informed and relevant. I would recommend this training to any person working in the gender based violence field and for any man looking to serve as an ally to women.” 

Lisa Nitsch, Director of Training & Education

House of Ruth Maryland