SARC training

Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence 2.0


This training aims to ensure all student-facing staff and student leaders are equipped with the practical knowledge and skills needed to provide an effective and survivor-centred first response to disclosures of sexual violence.

This online self-paced course takes around 1.5hrs and has 3 streamlined modules of around 30 minutes each and is suitable for staff (with student-facing roles) and student leaders.

Module 1: Setting the context
This module examines the prevalence of sexual violence and how it can be normalised in society, including Higher Education institutions.

Module 2: Understanding and supporting survivors
This module explores how sexual violence may impact a survivor and what support they may need during a disclosure.

Module 3: Steps to take when responding
This module provides the skills needed to provide an effective first response to a disclosure of sexual violence.



  1. Visit and complete the registration form

  2. Enter the token 3fc41ccd in the relevant field of the registration form

  3. You will be sent an account activation email. Click on the link in the activation email to complete registration and activate your account.
    NOTE: If you do not receive the email in your inbox, please check your SPAM/junk mail. You can also resend the activation email via This link

  4. Go to the Epigeum Online Course site. log in using your chosen username and password combination. You will be shown the Epigeum programme in the My Courses screen

  5. Click on the “Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence, Second Edition” programme to launch it. Once the course has been successfully completed (i.e. by achieving 80% or higher in the end of course quiz), you will be able to download your unique certificate of completion.

  6. If you require further assistance, please contact the SARC team at


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Contact the SARC team

The SARC team is responsible for leading the University’s work to prevent violence, abuse and harassment from occurring on our campuses. They are also responsible for providing a coordinated response and support if it does happen.