ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NFORMD.NET, a leading provider of online sexual assault prevention programs for colleges, announced today a contract with the U.S. Army to provide training to new Recruits and ROTC Cadets at over 300 colleges and universities across the country.
The U.S. Army’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) unit will oversee the implementation of the program. Topics within the program include definitions of sexual harassment/assault within Army contexts, Army reporting options, bystander intervention tactics, risk reduction, how sexual assault relates to Army values, and much more.
The program provides pre- and post-testing to verify that Recruits and Cadets complete the course and retain key principles.
“Ultimately, SHARP’s goal is to change Army culture by educating Recruits and Cadets on interpersonal violence in an engaging, memorable way. We’re proud that NFORMD.NET’s unique method for online learning is playing a key role in changing individual attitudes and promoting overall social change,” said Dr. Steven Pearlman, Director of Content.
For more information about the NFORMD.NET’s online, sexual assault prevention programs for colleges and universities, contact David Stobie at 314.495.7241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through its Student Success division (www.studentsuccess.org), NFORMD.NET has been educating college and university students about sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention tactics with interactive, online programs since 2007.
Student Success offers research-driven, video-based, online programs that resonate with students intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Unique versions of the program address undergraduate students, non-traditional students, graduate students, community college students as well as staff and faculty. All programs feature pre- and post-test metrics for verifiable results of both educational outcomes and anticipated behavioral change.