Education and Training
Prevention and Response Training
Preventing sexual violence and misconduct is not the responsibility of the survivor or target of sexual violence and misconduct. Risk reduction is not prevention. The training programme offered to students and staff focuses on understanding what sexual violence is, how to intervene, and how to respond. Education for students focuses heavily on understanding consent, respect and healthy relationships and active bystander intervention. Education for staff focuses on building awareness around these issues, learning practical skills to respond to disclosures and how to support survivors.
- The Colleges deliver awareness sessions in Induction Week.
- All Students are encouraged to take the online course: Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect, and Positive Intervention
- The University also delivers The Intervention Initiative: Bystander Intervention Training
Tea Consent (Clean)
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