Provides participants with the confidence necessary to deliver SRE as part of a PSHE education programme and apply this to their own setting. This course will equip staff with the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes, for the effective management of Sex & Relationship education in any youth setting
Young people are exposed to images and stories about sex through the media and online that can be confusing and confronting. They may also talk with their friends or look online for answers to their questions, but the information they take away will not always be accurate, positive or age appropriate.
Social networks are how many young people communicate with one another. This course enables participants to gain knowledge and skills about the influences and pressures young people face as they develop and explore their emerging sexuality.
This unique one-day course supports practioners working with young people and families to deliver and promote good quality sex education, which deals with a whole range of topics including consent, body image, gender and power imbalances.
To provide participants with an understanding of what professional boundaries are and why they are needed. Explore power balance/imbalance, who negotiates the boundaries and who is accountable should a violation occur
This One-day course offers tangible tools and approaches for youth practitioners to engage with young people to understand and reflect upon the complex realities of young people (in particular vulnerable young people), and to identify and implement changes in communities, programs and policies to enhance young people’s well-being and protection.
County lines, or ‘going country’ refers to when groups or gangs exploit young people or vulnerable adults to carry and/or sell drugs across county boundaries. On this half-day course you will develop your understanding of young women involved and or affected by county lines and gangs, and increase your confidence to implement what you learn into your own work.