Epigeum

Epigeum kindly sponsors AMOSSHE in 2019.

About Epigeum

Epigeum is a leading provider of online courses that support the core activities of universities and colleges in four areas: teaching and development, research, studying, and support and wellbeing. Founded at Imperial College London in 2005, Epigeum has been part of Oxford University Press since 2015, committed to furthering the University of Oxford’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education worldwide.

Each interactive, online course is developed through a unique process of global collaboration between world-class subject experts, partner institutions, and in-house specialists. The course is then made available to higher education institutions on a subscription basis – making consistent, cost-effective training achievable for all.

Epigeum’s courses can be integrated into your existing online provision, or accessed via our dedicated online platform. However you choose to deliver each programme, we will provide onboarding and technical support every step of the way. Born digital, each programme delivers active learning experiences that are rich, coherent, and memorable – advancing the careers of your academic and professional staff, students, and researchers.

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Training in support and wellbeing

Devised in collaboration with leading subject experts and practitioners, students, and higher education professionals, Epigeum’s support and wellbeing programmes help universities and colleges to build safe and supportive communities.

Consent matters: boundaries, respect, and positive intervention

Developed under the guidance of an expert panel of advisors, authors, and student and staff reviewers, the new edition of our award-winning Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect, and Positive Intervention course provides interactive, evidence-based training on sexual consent, communication and relationships, and bystander intervention.

  • Deliver up-to-date training institution-wide, drawing on the latest developments in culture, law, and global, research-based best practices
  • Engage students with a wide range of interactive, multimedia activities, which encourage the development of good communication, clear boundaries, and mutual respect in relationships
  • Ensure an inclusive approach to consent education, with realistic scenarios and peer perspectives that represent the experiences of diverse student communities
  • Benefit from a fully flexible online resource that enables efficient and cost-effective scaling up of training, and can be integrated into a blended learning approach to complement face-to-face workshops

Responding to disclosures of sexual violence: guidance for staff

Developed in collaboration with an international range of higher education and charity sector experts, Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence provides high-quality, interactive, and comprehensive training for staff on the first response to disclosures of sexual violence.

  • Upscale and integrate training into existing initiatives, to ensure a consistent response across all departments at your institution
  • Empower staff across a wide range of roles to navigate this sensitive and complex issue, by providing them with the skills to respond appropriately, empathetically, and confidently
  • Ensure staff are aware of both their responsibilities and their limitations as first responders and recognise where they may need assistance, with extensive national support links
  • Provide an engaging learning experience through a range of interactive activities, including practice scenarios, video interviews, and role play with professional practitioners

For a limited time only, institutions can sign up to both Consent Matters and Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence, and save 10% on a one-year subscription, or 25% on a three-year subscription. For more details, full terms and conditions, and to request free trial access to the courses, visit: www.epigeum.com/prevention-response.

AMOSSHE, The Student Services Organisation is a UK non-profit professional association. Company registration number 4778650.
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