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Team development

Let us support your team in the important work they do on campus

Online seminars

Live online session tailored to the needs of your team

Investigations

Responding to reports of sexual harassment on campus

Help your staff feel confident in the way they are responding to reports of sexual harassment from interactions with student and staff involved, through to conducting interviews and writing case material for panels. 

Designed for: HR and student services staff who are involved in the investigation or case management of any type of sexual harassment on campus.

Content covered

  • Myths and misconceptions

  • Working in a way that is trauma informed

  • Good practice when interviewing all parties involved

  • Preparing materials for the panel/writing up case notes

  • Professional boundaries and wellbeing

Length: 4 hours with breaks

Limit on numbers: None

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Essential psychology for panel members

Psychology for panel members

Ensure that the people asked to make decisions about sexual harassment on campus are equipped with the right information and resources

Designed for: Anyone asked to sit on a misconduct panel hearing a sexual harassment case

Content covered

  • Myths and misconceptions

  • Key psychology in sexual harassment

  • Professional boundaries and wellbeing


Length: 2 hours with breaks
Limit on numbers: None

Trauma informed student support

Trauma informed student support

Designed for: Any member of staff who provides support or case management to students.

Content covered

  • Understanding trauma: What is it, how does it present, how do people heal from trauma?

  • Good practice when working with students

  • Vicarious trauma

  • Professional boundaries and wellbeing

Length: 4 hours with breaks

Limit on numbers: None

Therapy

From burn out to boundaries. Staff wellbeing in student support services

Staff wellbeing

Designed for: Any member of staff who provides support or case management to students.

Content covered

  • Professional boundaries and wellbeing

  • Vicarious trauma

  • Good practice from chaos to endings

  • Practices for the road ahead

  • Circle experience - boundaries

Length: 4 hours with breaks

Limit on numbers: Up to 30 people

Contact our co-founder Cynthia Ellis to find out more about our online seminars

cynthia@consentcollective.com

HE Online courses

Online courses

Working with male survivors

An introduction to working with male survivors of sexual harm

Ensure your staff are equipped to support men who report or need support

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Preventing sexual harassment in the workplace

An active bystander course to help your people know how to play their part in creating a workplace culture that prevents sexual harassment

Holding consent workshops in Higher Education

Holding consent workshops in universities

A training resource for people working with university students

How do people heal from trauma course

How do people heal from trauma?

A learning resource for people supporting others living with trauma

Resonding to reports of sexual harassment on campus

Investigating sexual harassment on campus

Essential psychology to support your investigation process

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Circle for staff

Circle

Group connection and professional development for your team

Teams who are asked to hold the complexities of trauma and sexual harm need spaces to reflect, connect and develop the skills that will help support their wellbeing and professional learning. Circle is a way of holding groups that allows people to find calm in the chaos, provides a way of truly listening to one another, and helps people feel into their own boundaries and growth. 

We have used circle to support teams working in the Rape Crisis sector for years. Let us support your teams using this beautiful and powerful practice.

Our 90 minute online circles can explore themes such as boundaries, belonging, trust, hope, conflict, justice, anger, endings, dignity, leadership and joy. Hold a one-off circle, or ask us to make a programme of circles for your team so that they feel held and connected in the work. 

We believe that circle could be one of the most powerful ways of supporting your staff, growing group cohesion, and preventing internal conflicts and burn out. 

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