Safeguarding Children Training: Anti-Bullying
Anti-bullying covers a wide scope and training can be general across all areas of bullying or can be very more specialised by focusing on certain aspects of bullying such as E-safety, Cyber bullying.
We deliver training in E-Safety and Cyber Bullying. Cyber bullying can be delivered both to children at primary and senior school level. This course is adapted to the age of the children for whom the training is to be delivered.
Staff training for Cyber Bullying is essential, as often children are way ahead of adults/staff in terms of technical knowledge, this will assist in raising staff awareness of the online risks, also to identify tools and resources to help children and young people to be safer whilst using online technologies.
One Day: 9:00am – 4:15pm
Alternatively we can deliver this as a 3 hour briefing session/workshop.
If you would like to discuss this further please contact Jan at email@example.com
Where can I attend the Anti Bullying Course
In House – This Course can be delivered in your place of work on a nationwide basis including London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. We run this bespoke ‘in-house’ training course anywhere in the UK to suit your specific training needs by arrangement.
Anti Bullying – We recognise that anti-bullying work is a key part of the Child Care safeguarding strategy and that hurtful behaviour, peer pressure and bullying limits children’s emotional readiness to learn and can significantly impact on progress and achievement. Bullying should not be viewed as an unfortunate but unavoidable part of school life. No child deserves to be bullied – it’s unacceptable behaviour and can have a devastating effect on the victim. This is in line with the Human Rights Act 1998 (in force from 2 October 2000).
Who is this course for:
- Education sector ( Schools, teachers, headmasters etc )
- Early Years centres
- Foster carers (Fostering services)
- Residential Children’s homes
- Youth offending teams (YOTS)
- NHS workers (Nurses, Doctors, Health care assistants)
- Health visitors
- Dental practices
- General Practitioners surgeries
- Community safety teams
- Volunteer’s and Agency Staff
The anti-bullying training is facilitated to give practitioners working with children and young people awareness on recognising bullying behaviour, preventing bullying behaviour and the individual’s responsibilities. Dealing with bullying requires sensitivity as it causes upset and distress for the young person it can take many forms: verbal, non-verbal, physical, cyber bullying. The training is facilitated through scenarios, role play, interactive and discussion.
- Legislation in relationship to bullying
- Introduction to bullying behaviour
- Environments where bullying can take place
- Why some children bully others
- Victims of bullying
- Spotting the early warning signs of bullying and harassment
- Gaining a deeper understanding of the different types of discrimination with specific reference to harassment, victimisation and bullying
- Effects of bullying
- To promote an environment where children and young people feel they trust and tell another person
- Empowering children and young people to make positive changes in their communities
- Prevent bullying behaviour within your setting
- Responding to alleged bullying incidents
- Understand what your responsibilities are
- Assessing incidents of bullying
- Challenging bullying or harassing behaviour
- How to develop an anti-bullying policy
A Certificate will be awarded to each delegate upon successful completion of the training which forms as evidence towards ‘Continuing Professional Development (CPD)’.
The cost for this course is available on request. Please call us on 0800 774 7034 and speak to one of our Child Protection Consultants for full course details, or alternatively email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.