It Stops Here Training Academy

The It Stops Here Training Academy is an interactive online hub and comprehensive resource dedicated to all forms of harassment, disclosure response training and resources for academic and professional services staff. The Academy forms a key component of the It Stops Here project and campaign, aiming to raise awareness and increase staff capability in relation to supporting students with bullying and harassment.

The It Stops Here Training Academy includes the online course Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence, It Stops Here Classroom Toolkit as well as information and resources on harassment to equip King’s staff to adequately and confidently respond to other forms of harassment. The course also provides practical advice on taking disclosures of harassment, and reporting and support services at King’s.

Developed in collaboration with an expert panel of practitioners, Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence provides a unique, high-quality, interactive and comprehensive training on appropriate responses to disclosures on sexual violence. It will empower you to manage this sensitive and complex issue and provide you with the skills to respond appropriately, empathetically and confidently.

To join the It Stops Here Training Academy and access the resources:

      1. Log into KEATS
      2. Search It Stops Here Training Academy
      3. Select the bar which says E-Course: Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence

To start the course, complete the pre-quiz and then the main course page will be made available. Finish the post-quiz to complete the course and then you will be presented with the option to provide feedback.

All academic and professional services staff are automatically enrolled and can access the It Stops Here Training Academy. At this current time affiliate staff members have not been enrolled onto the Training Academy. If you are an affiliate staff member and are interested in taking this course please register your interest by emailing the It Stops Here Team.

Staff should be aware that the contents of Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence contain references to sensitive topics such as sex and sexual acts, sexual assault, rape as well as emotional, verbal and physical abuse. If you are affected by any of the topics discussed in the course, you may wish to access some of the service on our Support & Advice page or contact the Employee Assistance Programme.

Queries relating to IT (login issues, KEATS not working on a computer or mobile device), can be addressed to the IT Service Desk.

If you have questions about enrollments and learning materials, you can contact the administration, support and e-learning staff in your faculty. Click here for a list the primary contacts across King’s College