Respect. Now. Always. Training Packages

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Consent Matters

Audience: Staff and Students

Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention Is an interactive and evidence-based online course covering the areas of sexual consent, communication and relationships, and bystander intervention. It is offered through our online learning platform and promoted to both staff and students.

This course explores the nature of sexual consent. It illustrates to participants how to seek consent, how to recognise it and how to identify situations where it can’t be given. Using activities, quizzes and relatable character scenarios, it teaches participants the importance of good communication, clear boundaries and mutual respect.

Responding to Disclosure of Sexual Violence

Audience: Staff and Students

Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence is an online course which will ensure all university staff and students can provide an appropriate supportive and consistent response across the University.

This course provides interactive and comprehensive training on the first response to disclosures.

The course empowers staff and students across a wide range of roles and departments to manage this sensitive and complex issue, providing them with the skills to respond appropriately, empathetically and confidently.

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault: What are the drivers and how can staff respond?

Audience: Staff

Universities Australia (UA) in conjunction with the Australian Psychological Society (APS) have developed the Sexual harassment and sexual assault: What are the drivers and how can staff respond module as part of the Respect.Now Always. initiative. This course is aimed at Australian university staff and should be completed by ALL university staff.

Any questions or concerns, please contact Respect Now Always email respectnowalways@une.edu.au

Support

If training raises any upsetting issues for you, please do not hesitate to seek support. At UNE, there are several ways you can seek help. Whichever way you choose to seek help, we are here to listen to your situation and support you. Our specially trained staff and student leaders are to help when you need to talk about difficult situations — they will respond to you with respect and understanding. Support options available for both staff and students