Safe Helpline offers unique self-paced modules to help those looking for support or information related to sexual assault. Each module was built with a particular audience in mind, but all modules provide valuable information for anyone looking to learn more about sexual assault, its effects, and the support available. To read the description, learning objectives, intended audience, and to start the course anonymously, click the module name below:
Brainstorming to Support Healing
Building Hope and Resiliency: Addressing the Effects of Sexual Assault
Resiliency and Connection through Self-Care
Suicide 101: Responding to Suicidal Ideation Among Survivors of Sexual Assault
Transitioning Service Members: An Educational Module for Civilian Sexual Assault Service Providers
You are able to take each course anonymously on the Safe Helpline website. If you are interested in receiving credit through the Defense Sexual Assault Advocate Credentialing Program (D-SAACP), you must access the courses through Joint Knowledge Online.
Anonymous: If you choose to take a course anonymously, you will be directed to a webpage on which you are able to complete the course. You will not be required to enter any personal information in order to take a course in this manner. When you finish the course, you will not be able to generate or receive a certificate of completion.
For D-SAACP Credit: If you choose to take a course for D-SAACP credit, you must visit Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) to complete the course. You must select this option if you would like to receive a certificate of completion.
How to Access Courses on JKO: Proceed to the JKO Online Learning Program at jkodirect.jten.mil and log in with your CAC or Token. Once you are on the landing screen, select ‘Course Catalog’ from the menu bar. On this page you can search for our courses by name, course number, or keyword. Once you locate the course of choice, select the ‘enroll’ button to the far right.
If you are not a member of the DoD and need assistance with accessing the training modules on JKO, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your agency/organization name and your need to obtain D-SAACP Credits or DoD CEUs.
If you experience any issues with the anonymous modules hosted on the Safe Helpline website, please reach out to email@example.com. For issues with the Joint Knowledge Online platform, please contact the JKO help desk.