Responding to Sexual Violence
This short video taken from our Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence online training course looks at different definitions of sexual violence. It explains that as each individual will differ in how they experience particular incidents, the term sexual violence may include things that others view as something different such as harassment. It touches on four things that can happen when sexual violence occurs whilst reminding users that a person who experiences sexual violence, will never be the person at fault.
Our Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence online training course, contains information on what sexual violence is and the current statistics and situations at universities but also dives further into the topic through a myth-busting section which covers common misunderstandings about sexual violence.
There is also information on the duty of care belonging to universities or organisations in supporting individuals who have experienced a form of sexual violence. The course demonstrates its facts and figures through multiple choice questions posed to the user. This type of interaction allows for users to be engaged in the module as well as keeping their focus regarding important and sometimes surprising figures around topics such as; how many students are victims of sexual violence, how many students do not report these incidents and how many men are victims of sexual violence.
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This course demonstrates the type of support we provide to universities to help raise awareness and tackle sexual violence on campus, which is a prevalent and important issue. Click here to find out more about our Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence training course.