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Responding to disclosures of sexual assault (SARC)

 

Organisers

Sexual Assault Resource Centre, Western Australia

Time

Takes approximately 2 hours to complete

Costs

Free

Location

e-learning

Overview

Developed for workers in health, teaching, mental health and helping professions. It aims to increase knowledge and understanding about sexual assault issues and to increase workers' aiblity to effectively respond to disclosures of sexual assault from adolescents and adults.

Part 1:

  • Sexual assault

  • The meaning of consent and its relevance to sexual assault

  • Child sexual abuse and the requirements of mandatory reporting

  • The prevalance of family and domestic violence

  • Common myths about sexual assault

  • Online risks and cyber safety

  • Issues related to society influences

 

Part 2:

  • Impact of sexual assault

  • Responding effectively

  • SARC

Inlcludes videos, case studies 

How to Register

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