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Our five-part course supports you to help young people to understand the law, the gender norms, stereotypes and cultural factors which may affect their ability to consent and supports them to communicate about consent with their partners.
Our consent module was developed as part of a joint project with the University of Sussex and is based on original doctoral research by Dr Elsie Whittington.
Elsie worked extensively with young people to research what they understood about consent and to understand the reality of their own sexual experiences. The result includes the ground-breaking Consent Continuum and a series of tried-and-tested activities that Elsie developed as part of her work.
This course is divided into five modules:
Each module provides a range of high quality downloadable resources that you can use in class together with the skills and confidence to deliver tried and tested activities on various aspects of consent.
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Many of our Brook Learn courses are free, so there is no charge. All you need to do is register (it only takes a minute) and you’ll have unlimited access.
All of our e-learning courses are hosted on Brook Learn, our dedicated online learning platform for professionals. Brook Learn has a range of free courses designed to support you in your work with young people and your delivery of RSE, covering core themes such as: Contraception, STIs, Pleasure, Consent, Puberty and Abortion.
There are also courses on How to Deliver RSE, Child Sexual Exploitation and Harmful Sexual Behaviours.
Yes – the courses are designed for you to complete in your own time and at your own pace.
Once you have registered, you can access the course at any time on the Brook Learn site. You don’t need to complete the course in one go as your progress will be saved.
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