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 Matters

Consent Matters is an evidence-based, online training course designed in consultation with experts in the fields of sexual assault, gender studies, law and psychology. The course has been specifically designed for universities and reviewed by student advocates, student service providers and student representatives. The course covers important information for everyone, regardless of gender, sexuality or existing knowledge on the topic, including:

  • what consent is, how to identify when it has been given, and situations where it can’t be given
  • the importance of good communication, identifying boundaries and talking about them
  • how to identify situations where someone may need help and how you can intervene.

Access the Consent Matters training via Learn Online.

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.

Access the sexual assault and sexual harassment training via Learn Online.

Active Bystander Awareness Training

Active Bystander in Everyday Sexism is our newest online training module. Taking only 30 minutes to complete, the course explores the vital role you can take as an active bystander in preventing everday sexism.

You'll finish the training feeling empowered with the confidence and tools to be an active bystander when potentially encountering everyday sexism.

Access the Active Bystander training via Learn Online.