Partner Spotlight: Kidscape

Partner Spotlight: Kidscape

Kidscape are an anti-bullying charity and one of our expert partners for our Preventing Bullying online training course.

Kidscape work towards a world where children grow up free from bullying and harm, with adults who keep them safe and help them reach their full potential. They give people the tools to both prevent, and respond to, bullying behaviour.

The power of the Kidscape – EduCare partnership

Lauren Seager-Smith, CEO of Kidscape, talks about the partnership between EduCare and Kidscape and the benefits of the Preventing Bullying course.

Preventing Bullying Online Training Course

Professionals who access the Preventing Bullying training course will get a good introduction of what we mean by bullying, where schools stand legally with regards to bullying, and the fundamental principles of tackling bullying as a school community.

Preventing Bullying is included in our complete safeguarding and duty of care e-learning service – Educare for Education®.


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  • Understand what bullying is, including the five components of bullying behaviour
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  • Understand the role technology can play in bullying behaviour (cyberbullying)
  • Be able to recognise a child who may be being bullied and understand the damaging physical and emotional effects
  • Be able to put actions in place to tackle bullying in their organisation or setting
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  1. Understand what bullying is, including the five components of bullying behaviour.
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  3. Understand the role technology can play in bullying behaviour (cyberbullying).
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  • what bullying is
  • prevalence of bullying in sport
  • why it is important to respond to bullying
  • the signs and indicators of bullying
  • bullying behaviour
  • the effects of bullying
  • how to respond to bullying
  • responding to a bullying disclosure
  • promoting positive behaviour.

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At the end of the course, learners will:

  • Understand what bullying is, including the five components of bullying behaviour
  • Identify who may be affected by bullying, as there are some groups of people who are likely to be more affected than others
  • Understand the role technology can play in bullying behaviour (cyberbullying)
  • Be able to recognise a child who may be being bullied and understand the damaging physical and emotional effects
  • Be able to put actions in place to tackle bullying in their organisation or setting
Additional information

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At the end of the course, learners will:

  1. Understand what bullying is, including the five components of bullying behaviour.
  2. Identify who may be affected by bullying, as there are some groups of people who are likely to be more affected than others.
  3. Understand the role technology can play in bullying behaviour (cyberbullying).
  4. Be able to recognise a child who may be being bullied and understand the damaging physical and emotional effects.
  5. Be able to put actions in place to tackle bullying in their organisation or setting.

Additional information

Courses

Preventing Bullying for International Schools

The purpose of this course is to help you understand, recognise and prevent bullying behaviour.

Read more

Preventing Bullying in Sport

This course is aimed at all staff, coaches and volunteers working in the sports sector.

The purpose of this course is to help you understand:

  • what bullying is
  • prevalence of bullying in sport
  • why it is important to respond to bullying
  • the signs and indicators of bullying
  • bullying behaviour
  • the effects of bullying
  • how to respond to bullying
  • responding to a bullying disclosure
  • promoting positive behaviour.

Additional information

Preventing Bullying

At the end of the course, learners will:

  • Understand what bullying is, including the five components of bullying behaviour
  • Identify who may be affected by bullying, as there are some groups of people who are likely to be more affected than others
  • Understand the role technology can play in bullying behaviour (cyberbullying)
  • Be able to recognise a child who may be being bullied and understand the damaging physical and emotional effects
  • Be able to put actions in place to tackle bullying in their organisation or setting
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  1. Understand what bullying is, including the five components of bullying behaviour.
  2. Identify who may be affected by bullying, as there are some groups of people who are likely to be more affected than others.
  3. Understand the role technology can play in bullying behaviour (cyberbullying).
  4. Be able to recognise a child who may be being bullied and understand the damaging physical and emotional effects.
  5. Be able to put actions in place to tackle bullying in their organisation or setting.

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