This online Peer-on-Peer Abuse training in schools will teach learners to understand what peer-on-peer abuse is, the signs and types of it, peer pressure 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:
Peer-on-Peer Abuse meaning
Learn what peer-on-peer abuse is
Signs, effects and factors
Signs of peer-on-peer abuse, the effects and external influencing factors
Social norms and peer pressures
Learn about the social norms and peer pressure
Prevalence of Peer-on-Peer abuse
Understand and learn more about the prevalence of peer-on-peer abuse
Types of abuse
Know the different types of peer-on-peer abuse
What to do if you suspect it
Learn what action to take if you know or suspect a young person is experiencing peer-on-peer abuse
Implementing preventative strategies
Learn how to implement preventative strategies within a school or college environment
We’ve answered the most common questions our training experts get asked regarding peer-on-peer abuse. Just click to expand.
Peer-on-peer abuse in schools is any form of physical, sexual or emotional abuse between children who are of the same or similar age.
It can happen in or away from a school setting, however, it can often go unseen. That is why it is so important for school staff to take this online Peer-on-Peer Abuse in schools training to learn how to spot the signs of abuse, and the actions to take if you know or suspect a problem.
Peer-on-peer abuse can include bullying, however, it also includes other types of abuse e.g. sexual harassment and abuse in intimate personal relationships between peers.
Whereas bullying is a type of behaviour, repeated over time, and just involves physical and emotional abuse.
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