The University continuously delivers a suite of training programs aimed at educating staff and students on matters concerning Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment (SASH).
Details of current SASH workshops and how to register below
MATE Bystander Training: Changing Culture (Preventing Sexual Harm)
Free three hour workshop for current students
This is an education and intervention program teaching us all to be leaders in the prevention of sexual violence and harassment. The program is designed to teach students how to recognize sexual violence in its various forms and have the confidence to speak out and offer help. Ultimately, we seek to inspire leadership by empowering participants with the tools to feel confident in addressing harmful and abusive behaviour.
(MATE stands for Motivating Action Toward Empowerment and is a project of Griffith University, QLD)
"Brief" Recognise & Respond (to Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment/ SASH disclosures)
Free 90 minute presentation for staff and students
Jo McNamara is a specialist in sexual violence (response and training) at the University of Adelaide. She will provide a brief overview of best practice responses to disclosures of sexual violence, as well as reporting and support options for student victims/survivors. This includes resources and avenues available at the University.
The session runs for just over an hour and there is plenty of time for questions at the end of the session.
This is stand-alone training. STAFF may wish to first complete the module available on the Human Resources website prior to attending.
How to register
To register for SASH training please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
- Your name
- Whether you are staff or a student
- Which type of training you would like to book for
- Date of training session
Dates for training are listed below and are subject to availability.
Dates for 2022
Training DATE Location Time "Brief" Recognise & Respond (to SASH) - Students 22 February Online 10am - 11.30am "Brief" Recognise & Respond (to SASH) - Students General Admission 12 April Hughes 322 9.30am - 11am "Brief" Recognise & Respond (to SASH) - Staff Admission 13 April Hughes 322 10am-11.30am MATE Bystander Training - Students General Admission 20 April Barr Smith South 2060 12.30pm - 3.30pm MATE Bystander Training - Students General Admission 7 June Barr Smith South 2040 9.30am - 12.30pm "Brief" Recognise & Respond (to SASH) - Staff Admission 8 June Barr Smith South 2060 10am-11.30am MATE Bystander Training - Students General Admission 20 September Hughes 322 9.30am - 12.30pm "Brief" Recognise & Respond (to SASH) - Staff Admission 21 September Hughes 322 10am - 11.30am MATE Bystander Training Students - General Admission 22 November Hughes 322 9.30am - 12.30pm "Brief" Recognise & Respond (to SASH) - Staff and student General Admission 23 November Hughes 322 10am - 11.30am
Please see below for additional training available to staff and students.