Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)
What happens at a Sexual Health Clinic Workshop
We must encourage and teach young people to ask for help and support when they need it and enable them to access local services.
Many young people experience significant barriers to accessing contraception and sexual health services. This could be related to fear or embarrassment or simply not knowing where to go.
As part of the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum we, therefore, have an important role to play in addressing their concerns and providing them with accurate, honest, and up to date information about what services are available to them.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Discuss barriers that prevent young people from accessing sexual health services;
- Outline the different types of services that can provide sexual health provision and support;
- Explain confidentiality and how this applies to young people using sexual health services;
- Outline what happens at a sexual health clinic;
Empower young people to access sexual health services and seek help when they need it.