Have you ever been in a situation where you thought someone needed help, but you didn’t know what to do?
U.N.I Protect training can help you recognise harmful attitudes and behaviours linked to domestic and/or sexual victimisation. The training equips you with information, skills and confidence about what bystanders are and what role they can play in reducing sexual and domestic abuse. It empowers you to intervene and take action safely, helping you to keep other people safe in the process.
We are running a 1.5 hour U.N.I Protect workshop as part of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week. The workshop will take place on Monday 4 February at 14.00 in Keynes Seminar Room 12. All students are welcome to attend and everyone who attends will receive 5 Employability Points. You can find out more information and sign up via Study Plus (module KE148).
Further information about the course can also be found on the Student Services website.