This Peer on Peer Abuse training course is designed to help learners understand what peer on peer abuse is, the signs and types of it and what to do if you know or suspect a young person is experiencing peer on peer abuse.
It's important your staff know the difference between peer on peer abuse and downplaying certain behaviours by dismissing them as "having a laugh". This can lead to an unsafe environment for children. Ensure your staff know to identify peer on peer abuse and report it in line with their child protection policy by enrolling them on our online Peer on Peer Abuse training course.
Upon successful completion, learners will receive a downloadable and printable Peer on Peer Abuse certificate.
The aim of the Peer on Peer Abuse training course is to give learners a thorough understanding of Peer on Peer Abuse.
The key points covered in this course are:
What peer-on-peer abuse is
Signs of peer-on-peer abuse, the affects and external influencing factors
Social norms and peer pressure
The prevalence of peer-on-peer abuse
Types of peer-on-peer abuse
What do if you know or suspect a young person is experiencing peer on peer abuse
How to implement preventative strategies within a school or college environment
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