All About Respect

All About Respect regularly deliver a range of training for staff, students and also external organisations such as staff from local bars and charities such as the Samaritans. 

Bystander Training

The All About Respect bystander programme aims to empower you to become an active bystander, and be part of the solution in stopping and preventing harassment in your student community.

Have you ever laughed at a joke you thought was inappropriate or cruel? Have you ever been concerned about a friend’s behaviour on a night out but not known how to help? You have been a bystander, and we are all bystanders to human behaviour all the time.
Evidence suggests that sexual violence, harassment, and hate crime are frequent experiences for many people across society, particularly university students. We have developed this Bystander Intervention Training to raise awareness of the problematic issue of sexual harm, and highlight the power of the bystander.
The training is delivered through our Moodle site, and involves watching a series of videos and taking part in some online activities. The training is designed so you can work through the material at your own pace.  At the end of the training we hope that you will have developed a better understanding of sexual violence alongside a greater awareness of techniques you can use to challenge this behaviour. Upon completion of the training, you will receive a certificate of attendance and if you choose to participate in the evaluation activity there is the chance to receive a £10 Amazon voucher.
If you would be interested in completing the training or finding out more, please visit our Moodle site: 

IDAS Champion Training

Every academic year, we offer our students the opportunity to attend training with local charity, IDAS (Independent Domestic Abuse Service) and to become an 'IDAS Champion'. The training will increase your understanding of: identifying different types of domestic abuse, understanding barriers for victims accessing support, how to refer to the support available to the victim and perpetrator, the importance of boundaries, the law around domestic violence and abuse, how social media can be used to abuse people and the importance of looking after your own personal wellbeing when talking about domestic abuse.

Sexual Violence Disclosure Training

This is a one hour session about how to deal with a sexual violence disclosure. Anyone can receive a disclosure so we offer these sessions for staff and students. If you are interested in attending a session in future, please email us and we can add you to the waiting list: 

Get In Touch

If you are a staff member, student or external to the university and think any of the above training would benefit you or your team please get in touch: 


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