Group consent training for young people

Movies, media, celebrities  – there’s a lot of misinformation around what’s considered OK behaviour, as well as how we should treat our own, and other peoples’ bodies and personal boundaries. 

Our goal is to give your young people the knowledge, confidence, and skills to help keep themselves, and others, safe.

Our consent training workshops are fun, engaging, and always developmentally appropriate. Our workshops are designed to suit young people aged 5 – 18, in primary school, high school or in community groups.

Workshops can be held as a one-off session, or as part of an 8-week curriculum over the school term.

Our consent workshops can also be custom-designed to fit the needs of your group of young people. For example, we can create workshops that help teach young people to become critical consumers of porn. Or we can focus on what a healthy and respectful relationship looks like.  

We can also adapt our consent training workshops to suit a range of learning needs, including for young people who live with autism or an intellectual disability.

What do we chat about?

We ensure our content is always built on the latest evidence and advice. Sessions can be designed to focus on a specific topic, or cover a broad range of topics including:

  • Informed consent training
  • Sex education
  • Pornography education
  • Body safety
  • eSafety
  • Respectful relationships
  • Sex and dating for LGBTIQ+ teens
  • Social and emotional wellbeing (mindfulness, emotional regulation)
  • Student leadership + Student Representative Council (SRC) training and development.

For in-person group workshops, we recommend sizes of 6 – 25 people however, we can be flexible depending on the size of your class or group.

We can also hold online workshops for groups up to 25 people.

Got questions?

To find out more or to book a workshops, get in touch.

Young kids watching the sunset in a purple haze
Group of young people

Our students went away from the workshop with so many new ideas on how they could support one another and promote the changes they wanted to see in their own lives and in that of the broader University of Sydney community.

It was clear that the workshop has significantly enhanced their knowledge and understanding of consent

Amy Coleman, Director of Community Engagement Sancta Sophia College, The University of Sydney

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Check and Chat is a wellbeing and consent education service for young people, their parents or carers, and education professionals.

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We would like to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians. We value their cultures, identities, and continuing connection to country, waters, kin and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and are committed to making a positive contribution to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, by providing services that are welcoming, safe, culturally appropriate and inclusive.