Facilitating excellent RSE sessions with people with learning disabilities

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Facilitating excellent RSE sessions with people with learning disabilities


A fabulous four day (3 days face to face and one day virtually) facilitation course for anyone wanting to teach or support people with learning disabilities with sex and relationships. A course participant from September 2022 said:

“I wanted to thank you for the training last week. It was enjoyable and invaluable. It's been a while since I funded training myself and the last time I had, I was concerned as it wasn't particularly fulfilling but this was a completely different experience. Thanks to both of you.”

Aim: To support participants to develop their current knowledge, skills and confidence to plan, deliver and evaluate relationships and sex education (RSE) sessions to groups and individuals with learning disabilities 

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the course, participants will have: 

•    considered their work environment in relation to delivering RSE 

•    identified how to assess the relationships and sex needs of the group or individual with learning disabilities 

•    created an inclusive, factually correct, interactive RSE session for a group or an individual with learning disabilities 

•    used a range of resources and exercises to design their session taking into account different learning styles 

•    practised their session with the training participants

 •    delivered a session to a group of their choice and returned to discuss this session with other participants 

This course is appropriate for teachers, care workers, clinical staff, social workers, SALTs, OTs, anyone working with people with learning disabilities. 


  • Delivered In-Person


100 Westminster Bridge Road , SE1 7XA, United Kingdom, London

About Claire Lightley

Claire Lightley
Claire Lightley

Lightley Consulting is a training consultancy specialising in delivering training around relationships and sex education to professionals working with people with learning disabilities and autistic people. 

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