Online training

Training is a key part of the University’s commitment to creating a safer community and is part of a range of initiatives designed to strengthen our culture, policies, and practices.

Consent and Respectful Relationships

Consent and Respectful Relationships is a collaboration between the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and the University of South Australia to provide best-practice information and training to ensure that safety, respect, and responsibility are the foundations of our university cultures. We believe it is important that we all come to this conversation and are on the ‘same page’ when it comes to respect and consent when interacting with others in your community. This training module was co-designed with Australian University students and features practical strategies, meaningful true-to-life scenarios, relevant video content and opportunities for reflection and commitment. It covers important information for everyone, regardless of gender, sexuality or existing knowledge on the topic, including:

  • The importance of respect and respectful communication within relationships, and what this looks like in practice.
  • What consent is, how to identify when it has been given, and situations where it can’t be given.
  • What sexual assault and sexual harassment are, and available support options.

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Sexual assault and sexual harassment: what are the drivers and how do we respond?

Sexual assault and sexual harassment: what are the drivers and how do we respond is a new training module. It's a one hour online self-paced course that has been designed to help you understand the behaviours that give rise to sexual assault and sexual harassment and how we can address them and provide support to colleagues or students.

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Active Bystander Awareness Training

Active Bystander in Everyday Sexism has been adapted from Monash University and explores the vital role you can play as an active bystander in preventing everyday sexism. Taking only 30 minutes to complete, it has been designed to provide you with:

  • an understanding of everyday sexism and its impacts
  • the confidence and tools to be an active bystander in preventing everyday sexism
  • available support options and further information

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