Safer Sex Education & Relationships

The ideal course for teenagers, helping them to learn about the risks involved in not practicing safer sex.
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  • Lectures 16
  • Length 3 hours
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  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 7/2014 English

Course Description

Designed for an audience aged 13-18 years old, this course has the fundamental objective of discouraging teenagers from rushing into relationships or participating in underage sexual activity. Each module includes information films and also key facts sheets delivering vital facts about sexually transmitted diseases, stressing the importance of practising safer sex. The films in each module contain detailed pictures of the male and female genitals, illustrating various sexually transmitted disease symptoms. Some may find the pictures disturbing, but we feel it is important to ensure we deliver real facts and messages. It is hoped that by exposing teenagers to such pictures, content and information will deter them from engaging in early sexual activity and will stress the importance of using barrier contraception. On completion of 10 modules there will be a multiple choice exam.

The course is the equivalent of a half-day’s learning, but please note that timings are approximate as different people work at different rates.

The course is made up of 10 video modules, key facts sheets and a multiple choice exam at the end to test the learning of the student. The modules include:

    ·Introduction to Relationships

    ·Module 1 Chlamydia - The Facts

    ·Module 2 Gonorrhoea - The Facts

    ·Module 3 Pubic Lice - The Facts

    ·Module 4 Herpes - The Facts

    ·Module 5 HPV Genital Warts - The Facts

    ·Module 6 Hepatitis - The Facts

    ·Module 7 Syphilis - The Facts

    ·Module 8 HIV AIDS - The Facts

    ·Module 9 Contraception - What’s Available

    ·Module 10 Pregnancy - Parts 1 to 3

What are the requirements?

  • Students just need a computer and internet to access this course. We recommend that students reflect on their learning by printing out the module companion to support the video modules

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Learn about loving and caring relationships
  • To be aware of the consequences when not using a contraceptive barrier when having sex
  • Students will learn about the signs and symptoms of sexually transmitted infections and how they can be a huge risk to your health
  • This course will introduce to you a range of the different forms of contraception available for practicing safer sex
  • Finally, this course will talk about pregnancy and the issues that can occur before, during and after pregnancy

What is the target audience?

  • Teenagers aged between 13 to 18
  • Teachers who work with young people
  • Parents who want to educate their children with the facts and consequences of not practicing safer sex

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Safer Sex Education & Relationships
01:56

Please watch the introductory video before progressing onto reading the learning material in the module companion E-book

52 pages

This document is to help students and support their learning while watching each of the video modules. The document contains key facts sheets for each of the 10 modules and there are pages for reflective learning to enable students to take notes.

Section 2: Relationships
11:26

This video features a group of teenagers giving their thoughts on relationships, and also features an expert in their field talking about the importance of loving and caring relationships.

Section 3: Module 1
12:49

This video features key facts and information about the sexually transmitted infection 'Chlamydia'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 1 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 2.

Section 4: Module 2
08:05

This video features key facts and information about the sexually transmitted infection 'Gonorrhoea'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 2 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 3.

Section 5: Module 3
08:42

This video features key facts and information about the infection 'Pubic Lice'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 3 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 4.

Section 6: Module 4
10:36

This video features key facts and information about the sexually transmitted infection 'Herpes'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 4 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 5.

Section 7: Module 5
09:25

This video features key facts and information about the sexually transmitted infection 'HPV Genital Warts'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 5 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 6.

Section 8: Module 6
11:39

This video features key facts and information about the infection 'Hepatitis'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 6 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 7.

Section 9: Module 7
06:05

This video features key facts and information about the sexually transmitted infection 'Syphilis'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 7 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 8.

Section 10: Module 8
09:17

This video features key facts and information about the infection 'HIV and AIDS'. Please watch this video and refer to the key facts sheet for Module 8 in your module companion E-book, then progress onto Module 9.

Section 11: Module 9
13:06

This is a very useful video to inform people about the different forms of contraception that are available, to ensure that they are practicing safer sex while also protecting against unplanned pregnancy. After watching this video, please refer to the module companion E-book to get a further insight into contraception. Then progress onto Module 10.

Section 12: Module 10: Pregnancy – Parts 1-3
05:03

This video offers insight into what stages can be taken if an unplanned pregnancy occurs. Please refer to the module companion E-book for further reflective learning and then progress onto Part 2 of Module 10.

06:42

This module video will give people an insight into the process of giving birth to a child, please refer to the module companion E-book for further learning and then progress onto Part 3 of Module 10.

03:11

This is the final video of all the modules, this will offer insight into what happens when a baby is born and the next steps to take. Please refer to the module companion E-book for further learning and then progress onto taking a multiple choice exam which will test your learning from taking this course.

Section 13: End of course exam
Exam
68 questions
Section 14: Conclusion
01:11

Once you have watched the concluding video, the final video of this course, you have done completed the course and can progress onto printing out your certificate of completion. Don't forget to leave us a review on your learning experience, best wishes.

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Instructor Biography

Mark Kendrick, Creative Director

Mark Kendrick has been working in the television, advertising and creative industries since 2005, his media production company ‘Frozen Moon Productions Ltd’ has produced TV and video content for hundreds of clients based across the globe. Mark Kendrick was one of the BBC THREE new animator’s award winners in 2006 for his short animated film ‘This is Wales’ which aired on BBC THREE.

Mark Kendrick has won awards in many different film festivals and short film competitions, his passion is to tell stories and communicate information through the use of creative video. Mark Kendrick has gained over 100 TV director/producer credits with TV networks who broadcast across the globe such as Fashion TV, Fitness TV, Empower Africa, Your TV, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, S4C, Sub TV and other Sky networks.

Mark Kendrick’s media production company has produced 1000’s of creative videos for 100’s of clients including large public sector clients such as the NHS, Welsh Assembly Government, Universities, Colleges, Local Governments as well as working with commercial clients such as Virgin Trains, Johnsons PLC, Heart FM, Nielsen PLC, HSBC Bank, GHD, Sytner Group and many more.

Mark Kendrick has produced a range of E-Learning courses, working with experts in their field, producing a range of educational E-Learning courses for a wide range of industries. Mark Kendrick looks forward to connecting with students and delivering useful learning resources in partnership with Udemy.

Instructor Biography

Neil Thompson, The Avenue Learning Centre

Dr Neil Thompson is an independent writer, educator and adviser based in Wales. He has held full or honorary professorships at four UK universities. He is a well-published author with over 200 publications to his name, including 33 books, several of which are bestsellers. He has been a speaker at conferences in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Norway, the Netherlands, Greece, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Hong Kong, India, the United States, Canada and Australia.

He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the Higher Education Academy and the Royal Society of Arts, and a board member of the International Work Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement. He was formerly the editor of the US-based international journal, Illness, Crisis & Loss and now edits the free e-zine, THE humansolutions BULLETIN. His main interests are in the field of well-being: equality and diversity; conflict management; stress; loss, grief and trauma; and reflective practice. He is a sought-after conference speaker, consultant and facilitator.

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