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Green Dot Training

Green Dot Overview for Students OR Staff/Faculty (60-90 minutes)

In this training, participants will learn basic skills to intervene in high-risk situations by identifying warning signs, personal and social barriers to intervention, and safe and effective intervention options. Through education, awareness and skills practice, Green Dot participants are equipped to react and intervene in high-risk situations — resulting in the ultimate reduction of interpersonal violence in our community.

Bystander Training for Students (3 hours) 

In this training, students who have been identified as influential on campus will learn advanced skills to intervene in high-risk situations and establish intolerance of violence as a campus norm. Through in-depth education, awareness and skills practice, participants are equipped to not only react and intervene in high-risk situations, but also to use their social influence to reduce interpersonal violence at Charlotte.

Register for Training

Overview Training - For Faculty and Staff

Registration is required through the Learning and Development Portal. Login and search for Green Dot.

  • Tuesday, January 30th (10-11:30am)
  • Thursday, March 21st (2-3:30pm)

Overview Training - For Students

Registration is required through this form

  • Thursday, January 25th (12-1pm)
  • Wednesday, February 28th (4-5pm)
  • Tuesday, March 19th (5-6pm)

Bystander Training - For Students 

Registration is required through this form.

  • Thursday, February 15th (3:30-7pm)
  • Thursday, March 21st (4:30-8pm)


If you would like to request a Green Dot presentation for your classroom, department, or student organization, please complete the following request form or email us at