Sexual Violence and Harassment:
How to Support Yourself and your Peers eLearning Module
This eLearning module introduces a nuanced understanding of sexual violence and harassment, and was designed specifically for college-age students.
This self-guided module brings you on a gamified journey to increase knowledge and build confidence to navigate the complexities of consent on your college campus. The module also provides you with practical and introductory skills in supporting friends who disclose negative sexual experiences and how to safely intervene in developing negative situations in your peer groups and communities.
What does this module include?
Our eLearning module covers a wide range of topics including:
- The legal definition of consent, rape and sexual assault in Irish law
- How external factors (gender roles, alcohol and drugs, etc) can impact our ability to communicate consent with our partners
- Fictional consent scenarios featuring a diverse range of relationships
- How to be an Active* Bystander that intervenes to prevent SVH (sexual violence & harassment) from occurring
- What to do if a close friend tells you about a negative sexual experience they have had
- Interactive content (quizzes, polls, etc) that helps students develop a more nuanced understanding of consent & sexual violence
How long does this module take?
Sexual Violence and Harassment: How to Support Yourself and Your Peers takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.
Take the E-Learning Module
You will receive a certificate of completion at the end.
To request a version for hosting on your college’s unique virtual learning environment (Moodle, Blackboard, etc) or if you would like more information about our eLearning module, contact us here »