MATE Program - Advocate
Earners have completed the face-to-face/online MATE Bystander Program workshop & successfully completed the assessment. Earners understand their personal leadership, can overcome personal challenges to become an effective bystander, recognise gender-based violence (including DV & Sexual Harassment) and abusive behaviour, recognise gender inequalities in culture, promote inclusiveness, understand the impact of gender stereotypes & respectfully challenge the continuum of gender-based violence.Additional Details
Earners complete the MATE Bystander Training – Online course. Earners complete six available modules. The content covers gender-based violence prevention and the promotion of gender equality. Earners experience simulated scenarios via virtual reality in which they can choose how they may engage as a bystander. Users will also participate in number of interactive scenarios, with the objective of testing and consolidating knowledge, as well as personal reflection. The modules are self-paced.
Earners complete the MATE Bystander Training Workshop or via virtual platform delivered by a professional MATE program facilitator, or Griffith MATE Accredited Trainer. The same content that is delivered in the Online training package is delivered in a standard MATE workshop with the option to extend on the content depending on the needs of the participants/organisation.
Earners complete an online assessment of knowledge gained in the MATE Bystander Training – Online or the MATE Bystander Training Workshops. The assessment is includes 'Multiple Choice Questions' and written constructed responses to adequately address the material, with clear alignment to the learning outcomes.