Thank you for your interest in taking the Active Bystander Intervention Course.
Some useful information before you register:
- Delivered online, across five 2-hour sessions, each of which includes a 10-minute break. The course for club and society members is shorter, at 3 weeks, because some of the content has already been covered as part of other expected clubs/society training.
- This course is not assessed (there is no coursework or exam), but please try and attend every session to ensure you receive your certificate of participation. and HEAR accreditation (HEAR accreditation is for undergraduates).
- There is no compulsory non-assessed assignments/reading.
- The facilitators are experienced in this area and have been trained in delivering this specific content (find out more about them).
- If you find the content difficult or upsetting at any point, our facilitators are trained to support you (and/or signpost to the appropriate team/person as needed).
- Once you have registered, we will confirm your place via email and you will receive the joining links.
- The sessions take a workshop style and are interactive. You will learn about bystander theory, explore what healthy and unhealthy behaviours look like, as well as learn about and practice being an active bystander.
- Feedback has found that students who take the course would recommend it to others.
- All Heads of Department are aware of this course and support student participation.
All courses are now full - leave your email address to be alerted about future courses.
If you are also a Club or Society Executive Committee member, then use the link below instead.
Places are available.
A brief look at what each session of the Active Bystander Intervention course covers: