There are a range of information sources for students around sexual consent and support services. 

 Caring for yourself after sexual violence. This is a free online course written by Dr Jessica Taylor.

Please Note: We think these resources are good and feedback from those who have used them is positive. However thinking about this can be distressing or triggering. It is important to be kind to yourself, take your time and seek help when you need to. It might help to have someone to talk to. If you don't have someone to talk to or need someone extra you  can contact us (no obligation to make a report).  If the course is too heavy or is making you feel unsafe, please stop

Healthy relationships project

The healthy relationships project  is run by the Students Union, mainly for International students it involves online elements and a workshop.  This online tutorial is available to everyone

Bystander interventions training

A cohort of students has been trained to deliver bystander intervention training to other students.  Bystander intervention is training people to intervene to prevent harmful situations from escalating, to do this a bystander needs to:

  • recognise the situation
  • feel that they should act
  • feel confident about some things to do that can improve the situation.




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