At King’s, we aim to provide a positive and inclusive environment where all members of our community can thrive within, and remain mindful of one another. King’s College London and King’s College London Students’ Union (KCLSU) have partnered together to create ‘Consent Matters’ training.

Our Consent Matters training is split into three modules, lasting 20 minutes each, and will cover a wide range of scenarios.

What is covered in 'Consent Matters' training?
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.  

How can I take the course?
To enrol in the 'Consent matters' course:
  1. Log into KEATS
  2. Search for 'Consent matters' on KEATS
  3. Select 'enrol' when prompted to do so. 
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