An Introduction to Comprehensive Relationships and Sexuality Education
- 17 (Registered)
This online learning module is for professionals working with young people who want to increase their knowledge regarding sexuality education. It explores several considerations for best practice Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) content and delivery. Topics covered include:
- An introduction to comprehensive sexuality education
- Sexual health literacy
- Australian secondary students and sexual activity
- Community attitudes towards violence against women
- Consent and coercion
- Expansive practice
This module should take about 3 hours to complete. You may take a break(s) and return to the training as you will have access to the module for one week, from the moment of registration.
To successfully undertake this module, you will need to complete the questions at the end of each section. Correct answers to these questions can be found in the required readings for which the links to each have been provided. Once you have finished this module, you will be emailed a certificate of completion which you can download. An email will be sent with a list of relevant resources and referral services for both young people and professionals working with young people.
Content Warning: This online learning module explores sensitive topics, including sexual violence. It is important for you to assess your readiness and suitability to undertake this module in the context of your own personal experiences. For some people, it may not be the right time to undertake professional development of this nature. Should you choose to proceed, and if you find yourself overwhelmed by the content at any time, we encourage you to employ whatever self-care strategies work best for you.
Should you require further support, please call 1800 RESPECT (the national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service) to speak with a trained professional.
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Comprehensive Sexuality Education
Sexual Health Literacy
Australian Secondary Students and Sexual Activity
Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women
Consent and Coercion