Many young people know what it’s like to be picked on, singled out and harassed. Experiences vary and can be felt physically or verbally, in person or online. Many emotions arise from being bullied, including shame, vulnerability, dread and anxiety to fear and despair.
Did you know that 1 in 4 young people in the UK have been victims of bullying in the past 12 months, with 77 per cent of those saying it negatively impacted their mental health?
By the end of the programme, participants will understand how to:
Identify the signs and symptoms of bullying
Intervene with confidence and introduce appropriate resolutions
Empower others and stay resilient
Create open communication and a safe environment for students and parents
Discover ways to build an equal, anti-discriminatory and supportive space
Being bullied instils a sense of low self-worth, and many sufferers have questions around ‘why me?’. The bully will likely have low self-worth issues too, possibly stemming from struggles at home.
Bullying as a behaviour can be in response to desperately wanting to be heard and belong. Understanding why these behaviours surface helps to uncover the underlying issues. Developing appropriate skills to intervene and provide the necessary support to all parties significantly eliminates the behaviour.
1 in 4 young people in the UK have been victims of bullying in the past 12 months
35 per cent also said they would no longer be working in education in five years.
‘How to Identify and Eliminate Bullying’ is an interactive training and coaching programme.
Practical content and empowering techniques focus on identifying and dealing with the signs and symptoms of bullying. Trauma-informed practice and creative solutions designed to tackle all forms of harassment are shared.
The programme will provide your entire school with the tools required to resolve inequalities, set boundaries and instil emotional wellbeing.
This programme is for schools that have a problem with bullying or would like to understand more about the circumstances behind the behaviour. The knowledge gained will improve staff awareness skillsets and can form part of the school’s preventative measures. One-on-one coaching is available for teachers, as well as group sessions and resources for students and optional outreach support for parents and carers.
All programmes can be tailored to your needs and requirements to enhance your school’s existing schedule. All content is designed to support and empower teams to overcome challenges in the classroom and encourage safe collaboration between teachers, students, and their parents.
Certified Back on Track Teens training specialists and coaches deliver inclusivity group training and one-on-one coaching for teachers and support workers. Building resilience, confidence and self-worth reduces challenging behaviours, improving emotional wellbeing, staff retention and student attendance.
Parent support, student group sessions and practical online resources are also available to enrich all solutions.
Back on Track Teens places young people, their parents and caregivers (including teachers and support workers) at the core of its work.
Innovative programmes use a combination of behavioural coaching, emotional support and practical resilience training. A creative and safe learning environment explores honest conversation and individual learning. Applying behavioural science to real-life scenarios empowers and supports the discovery of natural strengths and talents.
Regulatory annual statutory medical training is also available, including:
All Back on Track Teens training meets OFSTED and Care Quality Commission standards. Participants will receive workbooks, email support and access to a huge range of practical, creative and empowering resources.
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