Time: 3 Hours

Introduction to Consent for 15-25 Years

Course Description
Who's it for?

By the end of the session, you will: Be able to identify acceptable and unacceptable behaviours in romantic and sexual relationships. Have evaluated your own views about behaviour in romantic and sexual relationships. Know the main laws that relate to romantic and sexual relationships. Before the session starts, find out the names of the designated safeguarding leads at the institution so you can name them during the lesson.

​Three hour interactive webinar or classroom delivery comprised of:

  • Pre-session reading
  • Workbook to be completed with delivery
  • PowerPoint of relevant information
  • Case studies relevant to sector participants are from
  • Opportunity for discussion

Online and face to face.

Teachers, social workers, safeguarding leads.


“Thankyou ICENA”

Thank you again for today’s training. I can’t remember the last time I came out of training so inspired and ready for action. So often training is death by PowerPoint and with nothing to take away other than worry and concern that you aren’t able to do something. This was so far from that. On the train, I planned two staff training sessions and worked out a program for our Year class and an individual in particular. Never done that before after training. Both sessions were fantastic.

This learner took our train the trainer – Talking to Children about Consent course

“5 star service all round”

This was an incredibly useful training exercise. Very engaging and informative. 

This learner took our preventing & responding to sexual harassment in the workplace course

“Fantastic service & knowledge”

We really enjoyed the Professional Boundaries and Data Sharing training. It’s enabled our staff team to reflect on working practices and how they can be improved.

This learner took our professional boundaries training course

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Please note that we are not a frontline organisation. If you or someone you know needs urgent help following a sexual assault, visit the Rape Crisis website for a list of services that will be able to help you.