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SEXUAL VIOLENCE AWARENESS WEEK

Sexual Violence Awareness Week begins on 1st February. As part of this week, the below training session is available to all professionals who wish to learn more about responding to disclosures of sexual violence.

 

The session brings together expertise from Hope House Sexual Assault Referral Centre, Gloucestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre and research from the University of Gloucestershire. It will cover how best to support survivors, what you can do, and what survivors say isn't helpful, and how to look after yourself.

 

Booking can be made via the below link on any one of the 3 sessions available:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/handling-sexual-violence-disclosures-training-tickets-137074673037

 

 

Details of Free Wellbeing Webinars

 

Other Training Opportunities

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Schools and Colleges

The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 programme; Moving on from the pandemic, has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support schools in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October and November 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all schools and colleges in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole school/college’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the school/college community, including pupils, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-School Approach to achieve maximum impact. 

For further details, dates and to book see flyer: EP WER Flyer for schools and colleges Sept 2021

 

 

Wellbeing in Education – Coping with the impact of Covid-19; moving on from the pandemic

for Gloucestershire’s Early Years Settings


The Wellbeing in Education – coping with the impact of Covid-19 for Early Years Settings programme; moving on from the pandemic has been funded through a further request to the DfE, based on the original Wellbeing for Education Return nationally funded programme by the DfE, DHSC, Health Education England and Public Health England in 2020-21.

The aim is to support settings in meeting the emotional needs of pupils and staff to manage the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

During October, November and December 2021, we are holding a series of free webinars for all Early Years Settings, including Childminders, in the county, adapted from the series of webinars presented in Autumn 2020 to Schools and Colleges.  These webinars aim to provide tools to enable staff to protect and strengthen their whole setting’s resilience to the wellbeing and mental health impacts of Covid-19.  

The key messages are applicable for everyone in the setting’s community, including children, staff and parents/carers. The content is designed to be adapted and applied to individual settings using a ‘train the trainer’ approach, where information is cascaded through staff who attend the webinars. The programme uses a Whole-Setting Approach to achieve maximum impact.

For further details, dates and to book see flyer: EP Flyer Early Years Autumn 2021

 

 

  C&YP with sensory processing difficulties may find everyday experiences unpleasant or even overwhelming.  This can leave school staff disempowered and anxious, especially when the child or young person does not respond to their attempts to regulate.  This full day workshop aims to provide up-to-date information in relation to emotional regulation, sensory processing, sensory interventions and therapeutic spaces.   CLICK ON THE LOGO FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK

 

 

 

 

 

  


YG's vision is for young people to have the confidence, motivation and skills to improve their lives. We work to achieve this vision by creating opportunities that educate, inform and inspire. YG supports young people (11-25 years old) who are facing some very difficult health issues. Young people turn to us for help and we offer them practical ways to find confidence and develop the skills they need to get on track and to move into a job, or into education or training.

 

 

 

 

We are the Youth Support Team. We speak up for young people in Gloucestershire, advise, and support them. Our passionate and committed staff members are on the side of young people and their families. We work with all kinds of young people, no matter what their background. We’re there for young people whenever they need us. Young people can drop in at our centres around Gloucestershire. Or we can talk to them in their home or school – wherever’s best for them.

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If you’d like to find out more about what we offer, visit our Services pages to find the most appropriate contact, call your nearest office (info on this page) or email us at info.glos@prospects.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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