RSE and GiO Training

‘Virtually RSE’ Talking About Relationships and Sex with Young People, incorporating ‘Get It On’ Condom Scheme Training.



This virtual On-line course will be delivered over two sessions in partnership with Solent Sexual Health, Hampshire County Council and No Limits. It will give an overview of the new relationships and sex education (RSE) statutory guidance, sexual consent, joining the ‘Get It On’ condom scheme, identifying local services promoting positive relationships for all young people and accessing Sexual Health Services particularly during Covid-19 restrictions. The second session is designed to support and enable participants to feel more confident in communicating with young people on issues of sexual consent; contraception and STI testing. Participants on completion of the two sessions will be able to provide condoms to young people from your work place.


Learning Outcomes

Virtual RSE 1

  • Understand what is Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)
  • Increase understanding of human sexuality and the impact on young
  • Explore key vulnerability factors that may impact on good sexual health
  • To have practised engaging and communicating with young people
    about relationships and sex

Virtual RSE 2

  • Increase understanding of the Law and Confidentiality, including sexual
  • Increase knowledge of contraception methods and emergency
  • Increase confidence to promote and distribute condoms in line with
    Hampshire Teenage Pregnancy Partnership and Solent NHS Trust
    condom distribution guidelines
  • To navigate the ‘Let’s Talk it’ and ‘Get it On’ Websites to signpost young
    people to appropriate services providing contraception; including
    condoms; emergency contraception; pregnancy testing; STI testing (in
    clinic and on line ordering)


Upcoming Dates 

  • Hampshire : For those working in Hampshire directly supporting young people : RSE 1 on 26/11/21 and RSE 2 on 03/12/21 - both 9:45 - 12:30

Hampshire County Council Employee's book directly via The Learning Zone, other staff please see below  


If you are not a Hampshire County Council employee you must also register for a Learning Zone account (if you have not already done so).  Please see instructions below;

If you have been contacted with your registration details and require these again, please email.  Any new organisations (not previously registered) will need to contact Hampshire County Council via email to obtain their customer number, registration code and organisational ID.  Once these have been provided you will be sent an email with details of how to set up accounts for yourself and others in your organisation. Each organisation will need to set up individual accounts for all members of staff to enable them to access the learning zone and book training courses.

Once the organisation has a customer number, registration code and organisational ID they can register here. Click the green button titled Register and under New User, click to register.  Repeat this process for each member of staff with the same customer number, registration code and organisational ID but use their name, email and telephone number. Please make a note of the User ID (starting EXT…) – this will be different for each member of staff and is used to log into the Learning Zone – and then click the Submit button.