Tiger BITes

Bystander Intervention Training

Tiger BITes (Bystander Intervention Training) involves developing the awareness, skills, and courage needed to intervene in a situation when another individual needs help. Tiger BITes includes all and allows individuals to send powerful messages about what is acceptable and expected behavior in their community. Intervening has the ability to impact/reduce many high-risk activities in the community such as: sexual violence, high-risk drinking, hazing, etc. Through the interactive training sessions, you will learn, develop and build these skills so you can in-turn teach other LSU students to do the same and create a safer community for all.

  • For more information on how to get training for yourself or your organization, please contact Susan Bareis at sbareis@lsu.edu

Upcoming Training Sessions:

Monday April 17th*  
4:00-5:00pm  
256F Conference Room, Olinde Career Center
 
Tuesday April 18th*  
4:00-5:00pm  
256F Conference Room, Olinde Career Center
 
Thursday April 20th*  
4:00-5:00pm 
256J Career Classroom, Olinde Career Center
 
*Must attend all 3 sessions.
 
E-mail Healthpromotion@lsu.edu to register.

TigerBITes