Education and Workshops
Peer Education Leadership
We offer leadership training via the Certified Peer Educator Program; in classrooms presentations focused on the Business-Wellness and Leadership-Wellness Connection and via internships and practicum experiences with the Rebel Wellness Zone and Healthy Rebel Peer Educators.
Campus Programs & Events
- National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week - October
- Love Your Body Day - October
- World AIDS Day/HIV Awareness - November/December
- Sexual Responsibility Week - February
- The Big Bed - February
- Safe Spring Break - March/April
- National Fitness and Recreation Day - February
- Eating Disorder Awareness Week - February/March
- STD/I Awareness Month - April
Semester Stress-Relief Events
- Bad Day Busters - Midsemester
- Stress Free Finals - Study/Finals week
- Certified Peer Educator Training - variable
You will also find us partnering with other campus departments, student and community organizations to host events.
Don't cancel your class or re-create the wheel! Rebel Wellness Zone staff and trained peer educators can present to academic classes, residence hall, student organization or department. Presentations are interactive, fun and can be tailored to your specific group or topic area. Complete the Rebel Wellness Zone Special Presentation Request to get started!
Sexual Health & Relationship Communication
The Rebel Wellness Zone and Healthy Rebel Peer Educators provide interactive presentations on sexual health, safer sex and relationship communication. No sex topic is too big or too small for us. Learn more on our Sexual Health page.
Clinical training and supervision is offered for graduate students in clinical psychology, counseling, marriage and family, and social work.
Fitness Instructor Training
The University of Nevada — Las Vegas Campus Recreational Service Fitness Instructor Training (F.I.T.) course combines lecture and practical application to cover the basics of personal fitness training and group fitness instruction.
This course is great for individuals interested in working for the campus recreational services fitness program, preparing to take a nationally recognized fitness certification, or beginning a career in the fitness industry. Students will be introduced to: basic anatomy and kinesiology, program design and exercise prescription, conducting fitness assessments, musical awareness, class formatting, exercise selection, choreography, and injury prevention.
In addition to required classroom meetings, the Personal Training track participants will be assigned a test client to complete 5 personal training sessions. Group Exercise track participants will work with one or two current instructors to assist with 10 group fitness classes.
Previous experience in the subject matter is recommended but not required. Contact Joseph Agnew, Fitness Coordinator, email@example.com, 702-774-7126 for more information/questions.
Learn how you can be trained to be a PAAVE (Peers Advocating Anti-Violence Education) member, facilitate workshops and participate in campus activism around violence prevention. You may also request a PAAVE presentation for your UNLV department, group, or organization.
Interpersonal Violence Training
Via the Jean Nidetch Women's Center, UNLV's Advocacy, Support, & Education Response Team Against Violence (ASERTAV) offers faculty and staff a policy and procedure workshop that explains what to do when a student — or anyone on the UNLV campus — discloses that they were sexually assaulted (on or off campus), are in a violent relationship, or are being stalked.