Sexual consent online training

Help stop sexual violence by learning more about consent in this interactive online training course.

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Ending sexual violence at UCL

UCL is saying Full Stop to all forms of bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct – we all can play a role in ensuring our campus is safe and respectful for all.

As part of this, it's important to have a solid understanding of sexual consent. Simply put, sex without consent is not sex, it’s sexual violence. 

You can help put an end to sexual violence at UCL by learning about consent in this brief training course and then ensuring you always get consent from your sexual partners.

Completing the training

Please complete the training on Moodle to receive the ‘I ❤ Consent’ badge as a record of completion.

Complete the training module now (Moodle)

If for any reason you’re unable to access Moodle, you can also complete the training through this web version.

I ❤ Consent 

We want all our students to complete this sexual consent online training course – join UCL and Students’ Union UCL in the ‘I ❤ Consent’ campaign and encourage your friends to complete the course as well. 

The training is relevant for everyone, regardless of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, religion or belief.

The aim of the training is to empower us to shape healthy, positive and respectful relationships with others in the UCL community and beyond.

What’s covered? 

Topics covered in the training include:

  • definitions of sexual consent
  • myths and facts
  • capacity to consent
  • freedom to consent 
  • legal definitions
  • responding for survival

The module should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. 

Support for students affected by sexual violence

Please note that the training covers some difficult subjects. If you’ve been affected by sexual violence or any of the issues raised in the training, be aware that there’s support available for you.

The easiest way to access support is to attend a Student Support and Wellbeing drop-in session. These take place every day on Floor 1 of the Student Centre. No appointment is needed, and you’ll be able to speak to one of our trained advisers who can talk you through the support options available.

Find out more about the drop-in sessions, including opening times.

UCL works closely with Rape Crisis and SurvivorsUK to offer specialist support to any students affected by sexual violence, which is often available on campus.

Students can also report any incidents of sexual violence, harassment or bullying through the Report + Support online tool. Reporting helps us build up a more accurate picture of the situation at UCL, and take appropriate action.

Access Report + Support.