SexEd Basics - Bundled Course

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Educate yourself and others with the basics of sex education when you choose this bundle of individual courses that includes foundational knowledge on male and female anatomy, how to engage in safer sex practices, and new ways to enjoy self-pleasure. Each course includes a narrated multimedia presentation and valuable extras like training videos, hypnosis audios and more. This bundle is eligible for 13.5 CE credits at AASECT.

The following four courses are included in this bundle:

Safer Adult Play

Female Anatomy & Arousal

Male Anatomy & Arousal

Self Pleasure

This bundle is for you if:

  • You want positive accurate facts about human sexuality
  • You would like to empower yourself with sexual knowledge
  • You would like more confidence in understanding your partner’s anatomy
  • You want to develop a healthy attitude about sex and your body
  • You want to be aware of safer sex practices to prevent STDs & HIV transmission

Click on each title above to visit the individual course pages and watch their video demos (this page features the Safer Adult Play demo), or browse the information below for each course synopsis, learning objectives and CE credits.

Safer Adult Play Course

This course is eligible for 2.5 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

The Safer Adult Play course was developed by Dr. Tamara Griffin and Dr. Ava Cadell, and covers all aspects of safer sex and safer relationships, including comprehensive information about STDs and HIV/AIDS, their stages, treatments, prevention methods and protocols. Sexual assault and consent are examined in the context of history and practical application, as are the many different methods of birth control and their effectiveness. This course also identifies how to make safer sex sexy, focusing on the importance of negotiating with sexual partners to use safer sex practices and enhance protection while maintaining eroticism. 

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Identify at least five (5) ways to reduce the risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections
  2. Differentiate the between HIV and AIDS by explaining the defining criteria for AIDS
  3. Name the stages of HIV, explain the different types of HIV testing, and which (4) fluids transmit HIV & why
  4. Explain the five major modes of HIV and STIs transmission
  5. Summarize the HIV test counseling process and identify at least five (5) protective factors
  6. Identify all sexually transmitted infections (STI)
  7. Distinguish between direct and indirect risk factors
  8. Understand how indirect factors create risk for HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections
  9. Examine how our past & personal triggers potentially puts us at risk for HIV and other STIs
  10. Develop a safer sex plan by identifying ways to protect yourself
  11. Identify all the major methods of birth control and their pros and cons
  12. Identify at least three (3) ways to negotiate safer sex & make safer sex sexy
  13. Explain the different types of safer sex tools including condoms, female condoms, lubricants
  14. Understand the meaning of sexual consent, and the consequences of non-consensual sex
  15. Learn about safer dating practices and how to avoid sexual harassment and sexual assault

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: SAFER ADULT PLAY Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 35m)
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

Female Anatomy & Arousal Course

This course is eligible for 4 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

This fundamental course on female sexuality focuses on the basic anatomy of a woman her multiple stages of sexual health and arousal.  Internal and external erogenous zones are described in detail so that you can find and stimulate how to stimulate her U, G and A spots enabling maximum pleasure that may lead to orgasm and female ejaculation.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Identify at least five (5) parts of the female genitalia.
  2. Differentiate between the various lubricants on the market to enhance female masturbation.
  3. Name the five stages of orgasm for women.
  4. Explain at least two (2) activities that are considered safe sex.
  5. Summarize how acceptance of your sexuality leads to a healthy sex life including body acceptance, permission and personal responsibility.
  6. Identify the four (4) parts of the clitoris.
  7. Distinguish between the G-spot and the A-spot.
  8. Understand how ovulation and impregnation work.
  9. Examine common female sexual fantasies.
  10. Develop an understanding of when it’s important to refer a client to a sex therapist, sexologist or sex counselor.
  11. Identify at least five (5) types of orgasms in women.
  12. Identify at least three (3) types of gynecological cancer.
  13. Explain what and where the Skene’s gland is in a woman’s body.
  14. Understand the importance of the vagina’s Ph balance and how it can become upset and / or properly maintained.
  15. Learn about psychological obstacles to orgasms in women.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: FEMALE ANATOMY & AROUSAL Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 20m)

Train Your Mind To Be Sexy Through Meditation, Fantasies & Yoga with Dr. Anne Ridley (45 minutes)

Kundalini Yoga For The immune System by Gurutej Kaur (1hr, 3m)

  1. Audio: Female Sexuality Hypnosis Session (22 minutes)
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

Male Anatomy & Arousal Course

This course is eligible for 4 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

This course lays the groundwork for male sexuality, focusing on basic anatomy and stages of arousal, how to stimulate and achieve orgasm, details about multiple orgasms for men and women. Also covered is comprehensive sexual health information from penis exercises and disease prevention to sexual dysfunction and prostate health.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Identify at least three (3) foods that stimulate male genitals.
  2. Learn how to do a testicular exam.
  3. Name five safer sex activities.
  4. Explain the five (5) stages of orgasm for men.
  5. Summarize common elements in male sexual fantasies per research studies.
  6. Identify the six (6) parts of the male genitalia.
  7. Distinguish between orgasm and ejaculation for men.
  8. Understand how vascular issues affect Erectile Dysfunction.
  9. Explain what erectile dysfunction is and summarize its identified causes.
  10. Develop a plan for male clients with Erectile Dysfunction to identify the source of their issues by referring them to medical and talk therapy services to solve the problem.
  11. Identify when men should get their prostate gland checked by a medical doctor.
  12. Identify at least three (3) techniques for increasing penis stamina.
  13. Explain how the prostate gland works, where it is and how to stimulate it.
  14. Understand how the Nocturnal Penile Tumescence Test is performed and its significance in diagnosing ED.
  15. Learn about how dominance, control and power factor into male sexuality.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: MALE ANATOMY & AROUSAL Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 10m)

Knowing Men: Learn What Men Like & Dislike Mentally, Physically & Sexually with Dr. Max McMullen (30 minutes)

  1. Audio: Male Sexuality Hypnosis Session (20 minutes)
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

Self Pleasure Course

This course is eligible for 3 CE credits - AASECT CE provider number: 18-916-LU

Masturbation is a key component to self-love and sexual health. This course thoroughly explores auto-stimulation for both the male and female sexual organs. You’ll discover multiple manual masturbation techniques and a variety of sex toys you can use to enhance your sexual satisfaction. Finally, to help those overcome sexual guilt or shame, we’ve included the physical, emotional and sexual benefits of masturbation.

This course follows SMART learning objectives (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Phased). By the end of this course, students will understand and be able to:

  1. Identify five (5) ways in which masturbation contributes to overall good health.
  2. Differentiate between a healthy or compulsive masturbator.
  3. Name three (3) important milestones in the history of thought about masturbation in the 20th
  4. Explain the three (3) penis activities men can use to increase penis stamina.
  5. Identify at least three (3) ways to avoid vaginal infections.
  6. Distinguish between orgasm and ejaculation in men.
  7. Understand how to reach the G-spot in a woman’s body and the prostate in a man’s body.
  8. Explain the protocol of sex therapists upon referral from a coach.
  9. Understand how sex toys can enhance masturbatory pleasure.
  10. Learn how partners can initiate conversations about mutual masturbation.

COURSE WORK FORMAT:

  1. Video: SELF PLEASURE Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 8m)

Knowing Yourself: Body Assessment & Acceptance with Jallen Rix & Elaine Floyer (36 minutes)

Penthouse Sex Academy, Masturbation, Hosted by Dr. Ava Cadell & Dr. Hernando Chaves, (1hr, 23m)

Ask The Expert – Nicholas Tana, director of masturbation documentary Sticky (14 minutes)

  1. Reading: The Loveology Guide To Inhibitions E-°©‐book (26 pages, estimated time to complete: 52 minutes)
  1. Final Quiz – 25 questions (about 30 minutes)*

*If you are enrolled in our Certified Love Coach Program, Certified Master Sexpert Program or Certified Relationship Coach Program, you will be required to take an exam of 100, 50 or 30 questions respectively with a combination of multiple choice, true false and essay questions. A passing grade is 80%.

More information about this bundle:

Students will be able to apply the knowledge and skills learned in these courses for their own practice as relationship coaches, love coaches, wellness coaches, intimacy coaches, and other professional specialties such as educators, sexologists, counselors or therapists.

 

These courses meets the requirements of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and are approved for 13.5 CE credits. These CE credits may be applied toward AASECT certification and renewal of certification. Please note that AASECT applies these credits on an individual basis, and LU cannot guarantee AASECT membership based on the completion of any LU course or program. Visit AASECT for more details: https://www.aasect.org/

This course is eligible for credit at the American College of Sexologists towards the 300 hours required for membership. Please note professional life experiences are also eligible for academic credit as determined by the discretion of the ACS International board, including researchers, documentary filmmakers, authors, adult toy retailers or other entrepreneurs in the field of sexual health and pleasure.  Visit ACS for more details: http://www.americancollegeofsexologists.org/

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