Short Course - Preventing Unwanted Sexual Behaviour in Residential Aged Care Services
Sexual violence is a major health and social issue with significant physical and psychological consequences for victim/survivors. Residential Aged Care Services are under increased scrutiny due to high profile reports of unlawful sexual behaviour of residents.
Delivered fully online, this short education course will give you the skills and confidence to prevent and manage incidents of unwanted sexual behaviour within a best practice approach.
Most participants (84%) from our 2019 course recommend this training for their colleagues and staff. Most (80%) found it was not overly emotionally challenging, and 95% reported that the workload was reasonable.
The course includes access to the online content for 5 modules, case studies, an online discussion forum, 1-hour zoom Q and A webinar and a certificate of completion.
Module 1 - Defining Unwanted Sexual Behaviour
Module 2 - Identifying Characteristics of Unwanted Sexual Behaviour in RACS
Module 3 - Detection, Management and Support for Residents Around Incidents of Unwanted Sexual Behaviour
Module 4 - Managing Resident Exhibitors and Prevention Strategies of Unwanted Sexual Behaviour in RACS
Module 5 - Handling and Disclosing Information COncerning Unwanted Sexual Behaviour in RAC
Terms and Conditions
A minimum of 30 registrations is needed to proceed. Refunds will not be given if cancellations are advised less than seven days prior to the commencement date. Please note, a colleague is always welcome to attend in your place. Refund requests need to be received in writing to email@example.com
Registration is finalised once you receive a registration confirmation email from the administrator.
This information was correct at the time of publication (March 2021).
Monash University reserves the right to alter this information should the need arise.