These resources are designed to increase staff knowledge and understanding of a range of sexual harm topics, including handling a disclosure, responding to and recognising sexual abuse and harassment, and preventing sexual violence. Each of these topics is imperative in reducing sexual harm rates.
RespectEd Aotearoa. Formerly Sexual Abuse Prevention Network. Workshops for 'Dealing with Disclosures' (https://respected.org.nz/professionalservices/dealing-with-disclosures/) and 'Sexual Harassment Prevention' (https://respected.org.nz/professionalservices/workplace-sexual-harassment/). Has programmes aimed at both younger audiences and adults and can tailor workshops to suit the group. Based in Wellington. https://respected.org.nz/training/
Oxford University Press. Course on dealing with disclosures for staff in universities. Online with a cost, although there is a free trial. https://www.epigeum.com/courses/support-wellbeing/responding-disclosures-sexual-violence/
TOAH-NNEST – Te Ohaakii a Hine-National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together. Website provides information on getting help throughout Aotearoa New Zealand, prevention, training and resources (important for support services as well). https://toah-nnest.org.nz/
MEDSAC – Medical Sexual Assault Clinicians Aotearoa. Online presentations for primary care practitioners on recognising and responding to sexual assault and intimate partner violence. https://medsac.org.nz/Article?Action=View&Article_id=46