Online training developed by Oli Ottaway (VP Community and Welfare) for students and the local community.
In response to the recent incidents of harassment on Roehampton Lane, Oli Ottaway (VP Community and Welfare) has created her own active bystander training for students, staff, and the local community.
The central aim of the training is to empower, educate and equip participants to safely intervene in problematic situations, using the three D’s of bystander intervention. Additionally, the training will explore the legal definitions of sexual consent, proactive ways to support survivors, and reflective activities designed to observe and challenge unconscious bias and preconceptions.
This is a really exciting opportunity for Roehampton and local businesses to enhance their knowledge of being an active bystander and to contribute to the overall safety of the community.
To complete this training you will need to download the Reflective Handbook and follow the link to the training appropriate to you below.
If you are a student and would like to complete the training, please use this link:
If you are from the community or a local business, please use this link:
Please remember to fill out the feedback form at the end to receive your certificate.