The University of North Caroline-Greensboro hosts a sexual violence prevention website for coaches called “Coaching Coaches”.
The training materials were specifically designed for high school coaches and athletic administrators to help prevent the use of sexually violent language in athletic settings. This course aims to teach coaches to move away from rather than teach athletes to become desensitized to an abusive dialogue to empower them to play harder.
Click below to view the resource.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) hosts a page on Violence Prevention of Interpersonal Violence. According to the NCAA, the athletics departments in schools have a responsibility to effectively address interpersonal violence and sexual assault among their athletes, coaches, and supervisors so that they can intervene in cases like sexual assault, hazing, harassment and abuse.
Click on view resource to check the violence prevention page and read their guide on addressing Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence.
The Campus Violence Prevention Resource Guides were developed by the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault in 2003, with funding from the Grants to Reduce Violent Crimes Against Women on Campus Program through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Violence Against Women Office. These guides are designed to help colleges and universities implement and maintain violence prevention educational programs and effective policies and procedures in response to violence against women on campus, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, and to improve campus services for victims and survivors of campus violence.
There are eleven guides total, of which there are ten audience-specific guides and one overview guide. Click on their titles below to download each guide.