Training

 

Wales Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) Training for Primary School Educators


Get ready for statutory Relationships and Sexuality Education. This one-day training will provide knowledge and strategies to assist schools to:
• audit current provision
• consult with learners
• plan an effective rights and equity based inclusive programme.


This course is suitable for members of senior leadership teams, the schools’ RSE lead and teaching staff.

COURSE OUTLINE:
The trainer will help participants explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons. It will provide educators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach whole school effective RSE.

Participants will be guided through the Relationships and Sexuality Education in Schools White Paper (March 2019) and introduced to strategies and resources that will assist schools in delivering a whole school RSE programme within the Health and Wellbeing and Science and Technology Areas of Learning and Experience.

The training will also provide strategies for involving parents and governors in RSE.

 

Learning outcomes
Participants will:
• Be aware of the audit tool to assess current provision and review the components for high quality RSE for the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2.
• Be aware of the ‘journey to statutory RSE’ mapping tool.
• Be able to explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons.
• Gain knowledge, confidence and skills in how to deliver effective whole school RSE.
• Be aware of strategies to name body parts including the genitals.
• Be aware of strategies to discuss appropriate and inappropriate touching and personal safety with learners.
• Use teaching strategies to teach about the changes that occur during puberty.
• Recognise peer to peer sexualised behaviour.
• Respond appropriately to incidents of sexualised behaviour.
• Apply a range of resources and approaches to ensure RSE is safe, inclusive and meets the needs of all learners.
• Identify good practice on whole school RSE planning.
• Identify good practice on monitoring and evaluating RSE.
• Identify good practice on how to assess, monitor and evaluate the teaching and learning.
• Apply strategies for sharing information relating to RSE with school staff, parents and Governors.

 

Specific content of the one day course can be tailored to meet individual schools’ requirements
£650 PER DAY for up to 20 participants – equates to £32.50 per person.
Travel and overnight accommodation is an additional cost.

 

Training feedback:

“A fantastic, informative course. Very helpful and clear”.
“I have a much clearer understanding of what we need to do now”.
“I feel more confident in what needs to be done”.
“This training has raised my awareness of the importance of a developmentally appropriate, rights and equity approach to RSE”.
“A very friendly informative session that was interactive ”
“Fantastic training really enjoyed it. Feel eager to go back to School to start planning with lots of ideas provided during the course”.
“I am now aware of the statutory implications regarding RSE and our obligations to fulfil them”.
“The various resources discussed was very valuable”.
“Very informative training, received information to increase confidence in teaching RSE. I am looking forward to using the excellent child and teacher friendly resources”.
“I really enjoyed the Circle Time demonstrations lesson, discussions and sharing information with other participants”.
“I feel more confident knowing about the activities that can be used with Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2 learners”.
“The trainer delivered the information in a positive and informative way”.
“Having a breakdown of the approaches to teaching the subject across the age ranges”

 

Wales Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) Training for Secondary School Educators


Get ready for statutory Relationships and Sexuality Education. This one-day training will provide knowledge and strategies to assist schools to:
• audit current provision
• consult with learners
• plan an effective rights and equity based inclusive programme.


This course is suitable for members of senior leadership teams, the schools’ RSE lead and teaching staff.

 

COURSE OUTLINE:
The trainer will help participants explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons. It will provide educators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach whole school effective RSE.

Participants will be guided through the Relationships and Sexuality Education in Schools White Paper (March 2019) and introduced to strategies and resources that will assist schools in delivering a whole school RSE programme within the Health and Wellbeing and Science and Technology Areas of Learning and Experience.

The training will also provide strategies for involving parents and governors in RSE.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Participants will:
• Be aware of the audit tool to assess current provision and review the components for high quality RSE for the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2.
• Be aware of the ‘journey to statutory RSE’ mapping tool.
• Explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons
• Explore confidence and skills on how to deliver effective relationships and sexuality education.
• Explore attitudes, knowledge and behaviour relating to relationships and sexual health.
• Describe the common methods of contraception including emergency contraception and how they work to prevent conception and/or protect against Sexually Transmitted Infections.
• Know how to access contraception and how to seek help in event of contraception failure.
• Describe the various sexually transmitted infections and possible consequences.
• Be able to deliver various teaching strategies to teach about:
safe effective condom use
how sexual transmitted infections are spread
seeking and gaining consent
explore LGBTQ+ definitions and attitudes
• Explore the legal aspect of consent.
• Acquire knowledge of the various resources suitable for relationships and sexuality education for young people.
• Identify good practice on how to plan, assess, monitor and evaluate RSE teaching and learning.
• Apply strategies for involving learners, parents and governors in RSE.

 

Specific content of the one day course can be tailored to meet individual schools’ requirements
£650 PER DAY for up to 20 participants – equates to £32.50 per person.
Travel and overnight accommodation is an additional cost.


Training feedback:

“A fantastic, informative course. Very helpful and clear”.
“I have a much clearer understanding of what we need to do now”.
“I feel more confident in what needs to be done”.
“This training has raised my awareness of the importance of a developmentally appropriate, rights and equity approach to RSE”.
“A very friendly informative session that was interactive ”
“Fantastic training really enjoyed it. Feel eager to go back to School to start planning with lots of ideas provided during the course”.
“I am now aware of the statutory implications regarding RSE and our obligations to fulfil them”.
“The various resources discussed was very valuable”.
“Very informative training, received information to increase confidence in teaching RSE. I am looking forward to using the excellent child and teacher friendly resources”.
“The trainer delivered the information in a positive and informative way”.
“Having a breakdown of the approaches to teaching the subject across the age ranges”

 

Wales Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) Training for Additional Learning Needs Educators

Get ready for statutory Relationships and Sexuality Education. This one-day training will provide knowledge and strategies to assist schools to:
• audit current provision
• consult with learners
• plan an effective rights and equity based inclusive programme.


This course is suitable for members of senior leadership teams, the schools’ RSE lead, SEN Co-ordinator and teaching staff.


COURSE OUTLINE:
The trainer will help participants explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons. It will provide educators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach whole school effective RSE.

Participants will be guided through the Relationships and Sexuality Education in Schools White Paper (March 2019) and introduced to strategies and resources that will assist schools in delivering a whole school RSE programme within the Health and Wellbeing and Science and Technology Areas of Learning and Experience.

The training will also provide strategies for involving parents and governors in RSE.

Please note - it is possible choose the most appropriate learning outcomes from the list below to meet the needs of learners.

 

Learning outcomes
Participants will:
• Be aware of the audit tool to assess current provision and review the components for high quality RSE for the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2.
• Be aware of the ‘journey to statutory RSE’ mapping tool.
• Be able to explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons.
• Gain knowledge, confidence and skills in how to deliver effective whole school RSE.
• Be aware of strategies to name body parts including the genitals.
• Be aware of strategies to discuss appropriate and inappropriate touching and personal safety with learners.
• Use teaching strategies to teach about the changes that occur during puberty.
• Recognise peer to peer sexualised behaviour.
• Respond appropriately to incidents of sexualised behaviour.
• Apply a range of resources and approaches to ensure RSE is safe, inclusive and meets the needs of all learners.
• Acquire knowledge of the various resources suitable for relationships and sexuality education for young people.
• Identify good practice on how to plan, assess, monitor and evaluate RSE teaching and learning.
• Apply strategies for involving learners, parents and governors in RSE.

Specific for secondary schools
• describe the common methods of contraception including emergency contraception and how they work to prevent conception and/or protect against STI’s.
• know how to access contraception, and how to seek help in event of contraception failure.
• describe the various sexually transmitted infections and possible consequences.
• be able to deliver various teaching strategies to teach about:
safe effective condom use
how sexual transmitted infections are spread
gaining and seeking consent
explore LGBTQ+ definitions and attitudes
• explore the legal aspect of consent.

 

Specific content of the one day course can be tailored to meet individual schools’ requirements
£650 PER DAY for up to 20 participants – equates to £32.50 per person.
Travel and overnight accommodation is an additional cost.

 

Training feedback:

“A fantastic, informative course. Very helpful and clear”.
“I have a much clearer understanding of what we need to do now”.
“I feel more confident in what needs to be done”.
“This training has raised my awareness of the importance of a developmentally appropriate, rights and equity approach to RSE”.
“A very friendly informative session that was interactive ”
“Fantastic training really enjoyed it. Feel eager to go back to School to start planning with lots of ideas provided during the course”.
“I am now aware of the statutory implications regarding RSE and our obligations to fulfil them”.
“The various resources discussed was very valuable”.
“Very informative training, received information to increase confidence in teaching RSE. I am looking forward to using the excellent child and teacher friendly resources”.
“I really enjoyed the Circle Time demonstrations lesson, discussions and sharing information with other participants”.
“I feel more confident knowing about the activities that can be used with Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2 learners”.
“The trainer delivered the information in a positive and informative way”.
“Having a breakdown of the approaches to teaching the subject across the age ranges”


Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Training for England - Primary Schools


Get ready for statutory Relationships and Sex Education. This one-day training will provide knowledge and strategies to assist schools to:
• audit current provision
• consult with learners
• plan an effective rights and equity based inclusive programme.

 

This course is suitable for members of senior leadership teams, the schools’ RSE lead and teaching staff.

 

COURSE OUTLINE:
The trainer will help participants explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons. It will provide educators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach whole school effective RSE.

Participants will be guided through the new guidance (June 2019) and introduced to resources that will assist schools in delivering whole school RSE and the Science National Curriculum.

The training will also provide strategies for involving parents and governors in RSE.

 

Learning outcomes
Participants will:
• Be aware of the audit tool to assess current provision and review the components for high quality RSE for the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2.
• Be aware of the ‘journey to statutory RSE’ mapping tool.
• Be able to explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons.
• Gain knowledge, confidence and skills in how to deliver effective whole school RSE.
• Be aware of strategies to name body parts including the genitals.
• Be aware of strategies to discuss appropriate and inappropriate touching and personal safety with learners.
• Use teaching strategies to teach about the changes that occur during puberty.
• Recognise peer to peer sexualised behaviour.
• Respond appropriately to incidents of sexualised behaviour.
• Apply a range of resources and approaches to ensure RSE is safe, inclusive and meets the needs of all learners.
• Identify good practice on whole school RSE planning.
• Identify good practice on monitoring and evaluating RSE.
• Identify good practice on how to assess, monitor and evaluate the teaching and learning.
• Apply strategies for sharing information relating to RSE with school staff, parents and Governors.

 

Specific content of the one day course can be tailored to meet individual schools’ requirements
£650 PER DAY for up to 20 participants – equates to £32.50 per person.
Travel and overnight accommodation is an additional cost.

 

Training feedback:

“A fantastic, informative course. Very helpful and clear”.
“I have a much clearer understanding of what we need to do now”.
“I feel more confident in what needs to be done”.
“This training has raised my awareness of the importance of a developmentally appropriate, rights and equity approach to RSE”.
“A very friendly informative session that was interactive ”
“Fantastic training really enjoyed it. Feel eager to go back to School to start planning with lots of ideas provided during the course”.
“I am now aware of the statutory implications regarding RSE and our obligations to fulfil them”.
“The various resources discussed was very valuable”.
“Very informative training, received information to increase confidence in teaching RSE. I am looking forward to using the excellent child and teacher friendly resources”.
“I really enjoyed the Circle Time demonstrations lesson, discussions and sharing information with other participants”.
“I feel more confident knowing about the activities that can be used with Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2 learners”.
“The trainer delivered the information in a positive and informative way”.
“Having a breakdown of the approaches to teaching the subject across the age ranges”


Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Training for England - Secondary Schools

 

Get ready for statutory Relationships and Sex Education. This one-day training will provide knowledge and strategies to assist schools to:
• audit current provision
• consult with learners
• plan an effective rights and equity based inclusive programme.

 

This course is suitable for members of senior leadership teams, the schools’ RSE lead and teaching staff.

 

COURSE OUTLINE:
The trainer will help participants explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons. It will provide educators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach whole school effective RSE.

Participants will be guided through the new guidance (June 2019) and introduced to resources that will assist schools in delivering whole school RSE and Science National Curriculum.

The training will also provide strategies for involving parents and governors in RSE.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES
Participants will:
• Be aware of the audit tool to assess current provision and review the components for high quality RSE for the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2.
• Be aware of the ‘journey to statutory RSE’ mapping tool.
• Explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons
• Explore confidence and skills on how to deliver effective relationships and sexuality education.
• Explore attitudes, knowledge and behaviour relating to relationships and sexual health.
• Describe the common methods of contraception including emergency contraception and how they work to prevent conception and/or protect against STI’s.
• Know how to access contraception, and how to seek help in event of contraception failure.
• Describe the various sexually transmitted infections and possible consequences.
• Be able to deliver various teaching strategies to teach about:
safe effective condom use
how sexual transmitted infections are spread
gaining and seeking consent
explore LGBTQ+ definitions and attitudes
• Explore the legal aspect of consent.
• Acquire knowledge of the various resources suitable for relationships and sexuality education for young people.
• Identify good practice on how to plan, assess, monitor and evaluate RSE teaching and learning.
• Apply strategies for involving learners, parents and governors in RSE.

 

Specific content of the one day course can be tailored to meet individual schools’ requirements
£650 PER DAY for up to 20 participants – equates to £32.50 per person.
Travel and overnight accommodation is an additional cost.

 

Training feedback:

“A fantastic, informative course. Very helpful and clear”.
“I have a much clearer understanding of what we need to do now”.
“I feel more confident in what needs to be done”.
“This training has raised my awareness of the importance of a developmentally appropriate, rights and equity approach to RSE”.
“A very friendly informative session that was interactive ”
“Fantastic training really enjoyed it. Feel eager to go back to School to start planning with lots of ideas provided during the course”.
“I am now aware of the statutory implications regarding RSE and our obligations to fulfil them”.
“The various resources discussed was very valuable”.
“Very informative training, received information to increase confidence in teaching RSE. I am looking forward to using the excellent child and teacher friendly resources”.
“The trainer delivered the information in a positive and informative way”.
“Having a breakdown of the approaches to teaching the subject across the age ranges”

 

Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Training for England - Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Educators

 

Get ready for statutory Relationships and Sex Education. This one-day training will provide knowledge and strategies to assist schools to:
• audit current provision
• consult with learners
• plan an effective rights and equity based inclusive programme.

 

This course is suitable for members of senior leadership teams, the schools’ RSE lead, SEND Co-ordinator and teaching staff.

 

COURSE OUTLINE:
The trainer will help participants explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons. It will provide educators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to teach whole school effective RSE.

Participants will be guided through the new guidance (June 2019) and introduced to resources that will assist schools in delivering whole school RSE and the Science National Curriculum.

The training will also provide strategies for involving parents and governors in RSE.

 

Please note - it is possible choose the most appropriate learning outcomes from the list below to meet the needs of the school.

 

Learning outcomes
Participants will:
• Be aware of the audit tool to assess current provision and review the components for high quality RSE for the Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2.
• Be aware of the ‘journey to statutory RSE’ mapping tool.
• Be able to explore a range of teaching strategies to create safe, engaging and interactive lessons.
• Gain knowledge, confidence and skills in how to deliver effective whole school RSE.
• Be aware of strategies to name body parts including the genitals.
• Be aware of strategies to discuss appropriate and inappropriate touching and personal safety with learners.
• Use teaching strategies to teach about the changes that occur during puberty.
• Recognise peer to peer sexualised behaviour.
• Respond appropriately to incidents of sexualised behaviour.
• Apply a range of resources and approaches to ensure RSE is safe, inclusive and meets the needs of all learners.
• Acquire knowledge of the various resources suitable for relationships and sexuality education for young people.
• Identify good practice on how to plan, assess, monitor and evaluate RSE teaching and learning.
• Apply strategies for involving learners, parents and governors in RSE.

 

Specific for secondary schools
• Describe the common methods of contraception including emergency contraception and how they work to prevent conception and/or protect against STI’s.
• Know how to access contraception, and how to seek help in event of contraception failure.
• Describe the various sexually transmitted infections and possible consequences.
• Be able to deliver various teaching strategies to teach about:
safe effective condom use
how sexual transmitted infections are spread
gaining and seeking consent
explore LGBTQ+ definitions and attitudes
• Explore the legal aspect of consent.

 

Specific content of the one day course can be tailored to meet individual schools’ requirements
£650 PER DAY for up to 20 participants – equates to £32.50 per person.
Travel and overnight accommodation is an additional cost.

 

Training feedback:

“A fantastic, informative course. Very helpful and clear”.
“I have a much clearer understanding of what we need to do now”.
“I feel more confident in what needs to be done”.
“This training has raised my awareness of the importance of a developmentally appropriate, rights and equity approach to RSE”.
“A very friendly informative session that was interactive ”
“Fantastic training really enjoyed it. Feel eager to go back to School to start planning with lots of ideas provided during the course”.
“I am now aware of the statutory implications regarding RSE and our obligations to fulfil them”.
“The various resources discussed was very valuable”.
“Very informative training, received information to increase confidence in teaching RSE. I am looking forward to using the excellent child and teacher friendly resources”.
“I really enjoyed the Circle Time demonstrations lesson, discussions and sharing information with other participants”.
“I feel more confident knowing about the activities that can be used with Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2 learners”.
“The trainer delivered the information in a positive and informative way”.
“Having a breakdown of the approaches to teaching the subject across the age ranges”