Respect in the CAF

Respect in the CAF is a full day interactive course that aims to enhance awareness and understanding of sexual misconduct in the CAF. This is an opportunity to join similar ranks in a frank discussion about those confusing “grey areas”. The use of scenarios, discussion and small group practical activities will leave you feeling equipped to recognize, respond and prevent sexual misconduct as well as support those affected by it. This is a coded course (303129) and will be recorded on each member's MPRR upon successful completion.

Ptes-Cpls
Thursday, 23 May 19
1-Day - 0800-1530
Conference Rm-Fitness & Community Centre - FCC
Dress: Civilian Attire
FULL  - Click the link to have your name added to the Waitlist

Ptes-Cpls
Thursday, 13 June 19
1-Day - 0800-1530
Conference Rm-Fitness & Community Centre - FCC
Dress: Civilian Attire
Register

Ptes-Cpls
Thursday, 19 September 19
1-Day - 0800-1530
Conference Rm-Fitness & Community Centre - FCC
Dress: Civilian Attire
Register

MCpls-Sgts
Thursday, 15 August 19
1-Day - 0800-1530
Conference Rm-Fitness & Community Centre - FCC
Dress: Civilian Attire
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WOs-Officers
Thursday, 25 July 19
1-Day - 0800-1530
Conference Rm-Fitness & Community Centre - FCC
Dress: Civilian Attire
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This Health Promotion course requires a minimum registration number of ten (10) to ensure a good group dynamic. Register early, you don't want to be disappointed! 

Respect in the CAF Links


Operation Honour - “Operation HONOUR is the Canadian Armed Forces’ (CAF) mission to eliminate harmful and inappropriate sexual behaviour in the Canadian military."

Sexual Misconduct Response Centre - “Confidential Counselling. Contact a Sexual Misconduct Response Centre (SMRC) counsellor, access resources for leadership, and learn about how to recognize harmful and inappropriate sexual behaviour."

Respect in the CAF mobile application -  “The Respect in the CAF mobile app is designed for members of the CAF, and provides support to both the victim AND those in a position to support them.”

Go to your app store or visit the CAF mobile app store -  “The app is interactive and provides support and guidance if you are a victim of sexual misconduct, a bystander, or someone in a position of leadership or the chain of command. It is a free download from your mobile device’s app store – Android, iOS or BlackBerry.”

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