Before Anyone Else:

The Daisy Coleman Consent Culture Peer Educator Certification Training

We now offer a Consent Curriculum for educators looking to implement consent/healthy relationship education into the classroom.

What is BAE Training?

BAE Training is SafeBAE’s peer education program. Our first nationally available peer certification training to prevent sexual violence among teens. The program has 16 modules available on-demand. These modules are to be self-paced by students seeking to become peer educators and leading advocates.

There is no cost for students to take the training. Adult allies can access the training by paying a $50 fee. Payments can be made through Venmo @Safe-BAE or our Paypal –

Training Steps

Before registering for the training, please note that there is triggering content in the modules. Each level of the training is on demand and available to you at any time once you register, so please make sure to take time to allow for breaks, as you need them. Self-care is crucial to being a healthy and intentional advocate and peer educator.

1. Registration

2. Take the before survey.

3. Training Modules

Work through the training modules at your own pace. Each level will include a short quiz, which is required before moving to the next level.

4. Take the after survey.

5. Meet with an educator.

Have a one-to-one meeting with our Education Director & get access to all the Teaching Presentations.

6. Start educating!

Receive your Trained Daisy Educator Certificate and start educating!

Benefits of Being a Trained Daisy Educator:

  • Earn community service hours (for school requirements).
  • Connection to other peer educators and BAE Breakers around the country! (& the world!)
  • Gain resumé experience, public speaking experience, and educator skill development.
  • Join the over 700 Trained Daisy Educators across the country!

Training Includes

Everything young people need to become certified in preventing and responding to sexual violence among their peers.


Rape Culture & How to Help Become a Culture of Respect


Sexual Assault, Harassment & Rape




Healthy Relationships & Boundaries


Male Identified Youth & Sexual Violence


Myths, Facts & Stats


Sexual Violence & Relationships in Media


Sending Nudes & Online Safety


How to Support A Survivor


Options for Reporting & Investigation Requirements


Title IX: Rights in School


Healing After Sexual Assault


Dating After Experiencing Sexual Violence


Bystander Intervention = BAE*code


How to Respond If You’ve Been Accused


Public Speaking & Tips for Presenting
Please note: We pride ourselves on being allies across all intersections, but we also know that despite our best efforts, there may be places that we could have done better. Please know that we seek and value ALL feedback in order to continuously improve our programming and to be as inclusive as possible. We know we can and always will seek to do better, but we will definitely need YOUR help & support to get there!

Our BAE training has had many contributors and peer reviewers. We would like to credit and thank all of our amazing contributors!

We first want to acknowledge that this program would not be possible without the visionary work of NCJW|LA, under Maya Paley, Marjorie Gilberg, Mi’Quael Gray, and Leah Knopf. Their work, throughout Los Angeles with the “Change the Talk” program, laid the foundation for what we have been able to bring to you in this training, and we are forever grateful for their trust in our stewardship of the program and scaling it to a national audience.

We would also like to thank our many contributors:

  • Aela Mansmann
  • Molly Gallenberg
  • Lhi Collins
  • Kyle Braun
  • Ari Zeitlin
  • Ella Horn
  • Aidan Mansmann
  • Maya Corral from RespectEd
  • Zoe Pringle from RespectEd
  • Project Sanctuary, CA

As well as all of our Certifying Experts:

  • Amanda Morgan (Morgan Consulting – Public Speaking Firm)
  • Allison Tombros (Culture of Respect)
  • Tacianna Indovina, PhD, NYS Licensed Psychologist
  • Elizabeth Peeler, MSPH, CHES (Emory University)
  • Laine O’Banion from Portland Public Schools
  • Lauren Wechsler Horn from SafeBAE
  • Elizabeth Tang from the National Women’s Law Center