Course curriculum

  • 1

    Get more comfortable speaking about the body

    • 1.1 Introduction to the course

    • 1.2 speaking about bodies

    • 1.3 speaking about the genitals

    • 1.4 Intersex

    • 1.5 back to genitals

    • 1.6 speaking about the differences

  • 2

    Gender

    • 2.1 Introduction to thinking about Gender

    • 2.2 Gender interacting with the world

    • 2.3 Gender and Play

    • 2.4 Knowing about gender

    • 2.5 Bonus -Asking questions about gender

  • 3

    Puberty

    • 3.1 Introduction to Puberty

    • 3.2 Why children need to know about puberty before it happens to them

    • 3.3 Changes that all bodies go through

    • 3.4 Puberty for people with ovaries and a uterus

    • 3.5 Puberty for people with testes

    • 3.6 Gendered Perceptions

    • 3.7 Other changes that come with puberty

    • 3.8 Recap and overview of guidelines

  • 4

    Touch Boundaries

    • 4.1 Introduction to Touch Boundaries

    • 4.2 Touch and Pleasure

    • 4.3 Body Boundaries

    • 4.4 Mixed Messages

    • 4.5 Safe vs Unsafe Touch

    • 4.6 Peer Pressure

  • 5

    Privacy

    • 5.1 Boundaries for Genitals

    • 5.2 Self Touch_self pleasure

    • 5.3 Public vs Private

    • 5.4 Privacy

    • 5.5 Secrets vs Surprises

    • 5.6 Going through the guidelines

  • 6

    Starting to Speak about families, relationships and sexuality

    • 6.1 The first answer to almost any question

    • 6.2 The Importance of Honesty

    • 6.3 What makes a family_

    • 6.4 Assumptions to look out for

  • 7

    Relationships and Sexuality

    • 7.1 Relationships

    • 7.2 Sexuality

    • 7.3 Boundaries within Relationships

  • 8

    Speaking about sex

    • 8.1 Starting conversations about sex

    • 8.2 Different Kinds of sexual contact

    • 8.3 Consent

    • 8.4 Sex in the media

    • 8.5 These things are for when you are older

    • 8.6 Consent Law in South Africa

    • 8.7 Speaking about Rape

  • 9

    Speaking about safer sex

    • 9.1 Safer Sex

    • 9.2 Barrier methods and Lubrication

    • 9.3 HIV and other STIs

    • 9.4 Pregnancy and Contraception

    • 9.5 Final Look at the Guideines

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What you will learn:

The building blocks for having accurate and AGE APPROPRIATE conversations with children about sex.

All parents and caregivers!

If you are a parent or caregiver and would like to know how to speak to your children about these topics, this course is for you.

This course will break down the often awkward, scary and intimidating topic into manageable pieces.

Casey breaks down the elements that are needed to have appropriate discussions with children about sex and sexuality. There are tips for engaging in these often difficult conversations with children.

DIY - yes it is your job

This course will help you create a style of communication with your children, so that they feel safer telling you about what is going on in their life.

Empower your kids

When children have this information, and a safe adult to speak to about these topics, they are more likely to report inappropriate contact, or situations that make them feel unsafe soon after the incident.

By the end of the course you will be able to navigate almost all questions your children may have about bodies, gender, puberty, consent, safety, sexuality and sex.

You will also learn how to bring these topics up with your children if they have not started asking questions.

Don't know how?

Casey has been running these courses since 2014, - she'll guide you through it.

Learn how to:

Use accurate language for body parts when speaking to children

Talk about puberty with children of all genders.

Talk about touch boundaries

Talk about nonsexual consent

Talk about family creation

Talk about relationships and sexuality

Talk about sex

Talk about safer sex

Why you can trust Casey

Learn from the best in the field

Casey Blake is an HPCSA Registered Counsellor who has been working in sexuality and relationship education since 2013.

Casey has been running these courses since 2014, after hearing how parents want to keep their children as safe as possible, but have no idea how to speak to their children about these topics. Parents want to know what information is age appropriate, and how to have these conversations.

The information covered in this course is adapted from the International Sexuality Guidelines Published by the United Nations (UNESCO) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).