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Consent Matters

We want all members of the King’s community to be able to study and work in a safe and inclusive environment, where we all look out for one another. King’s College London and KCLSU have partnered together to promote Consent Matters training and the It Stops Here campaign. 


The Course

We encourage all students at King’s to complete the interactive online Consent Matters course on KEATS

The course is split into three modules, each approximately 20 minutes in length and use a range of scenarios and animations. 


How to complete the course

Alternatively you can find the course by following the steps below:

  1. Log onto KEATS.

  2. In the top right hand corner of KEATS there is a search bar labelled 'search courses'. Search for 'It Stops Here Training Academy'.

  3. Click enrol me & Enter the course 


The Modules 

  • Module 1: Thinking about consent. Defining and understanding consent, so you know when you have it as well as when it can and can’t be given, whatever your gender or sexuality.

  • Module 2: Communication skills and relationships. Recognising and asserting your own boundaries, and how to talk about boundaries with others.

  • Module 3: Looking out for others. How to take  simple, safe and effective steps to challenge harassment when you see it.  

All students can take the course by logging in to KEATS, searching for 'It Stops Here' and clicking enrol.



  • 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 enrolments 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.  

  • For more information you can email the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion team: 


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