This course looks at the problem of violence in schools, how to identify risk factors and how to reduce the likelihood of a reoccurrence by developing a measureable action plan.
This five day course works through a number of cases studies and violence prevention strategies to enable students to use knowledge gained in the course to address real issues of violence in schools. It examines violence from a number of perspectives, including bullying, violence in school and resolving conflict though schools policing methods from across the world.
Held at a fully appointed and convenient locations, this course will benefit those who seek to become more actively involved with young people and their community.
• Identify the problem of violence in schools
• Identify the risk factors that lead to an escalation to violence in schools
• Identify the protective factors that can prevent violence
• Intervene effectively after a violent incident occurs to reduce the risk of recurrence
• Work and test prevention strategies to reduce violence
• Develop practical programmes to reduce victimisation
• Produce a measureable action plan to implement in a school
The course is made up of the following units:
Dealing with violence in schools
Early intervention and prevention
Developing flexible engagement plans through communicating with young people and adults that are tailored to the needs of the school will assist further engagement
Examination of worldwide case studies to effectively target and support young people at risk of victimisation, offending and social exclusion
Introduction to Youth Engagement
Problem Solving (Young People)
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