In this article:
- How can I take the Consent Matters training?
- What is covered in Consent Matters training?
- Technical and further support
Our Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention training is hosted on an external website called , so you will need to register for an account with them. Please read the following steps carefully:
- Go to the training website.
- Press on the person icon in the top corner of the page, then select 'Register’.
- Register using your King’s email address and create a password.
- You'll be asked to enter a token. Use the code e1f8dad0
- Go to your email inbox and open the registration email from . Click on ‘activate your account’.
- Login. Your username is your King's email address.
- Select 'Support and Wellbeing' and then 'Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention (Second Edition)' training ('International' not 'ANZ').
- The course contains three modules, which you should work through in order. Start by clicking on 'Launch' for the first module, 'Thinking about consent' and follow the instructions.
The Consent Matters training includes the following:
Module 1: Thinking about consent – This module will define the meaning of consent, to help you to identify when you have been given consent, and will cover scenarios when consent can, or cannot be given, regardless of your gender or sexual orientation.
Module 2: Communication skills and relationships - This module will help you to define and recognise your own boundaries, and how to talk about boundaries with others.
Module 3: Looking out for others – This module will help you to take simple, safe, and effective steps to challenge harassment when you see it.
- If you are having technical difficulties accessing the Consent Matters training, you can contact technical support at the Epigeum technical support page or by email. Support is available between 9.00 - 17.00.
- Or you can get in touch with us using the 'Contact us' button below.
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