RJ Working has arranged for partner organisation Project Salus, based in Kent, to deliver two one-day training events at Truro Library in May.
Salus (linked here) are recognised as national leads on Anti-Bullying and their age-appropriate safety surveys ensure that the voices of children and young people are heard on this issue. Their annual survey for young people aged 11 to 19 was launched in Cornwall in 2016 and will be made available to younger children in the autumn term of 2017.
Jill Allen, the Salus lead trainer for this work will be helping Cornwall’s schools and organisations to strengthen and update understanding of what can be done about harmful behaviour, including online bullying, which can affect mental health and confidence long after the experience.
Jill will include guidance about how to make best use of this kind of information for real progress in online safety which is demonstrable for Ofsted or funders.
The training is non technical and suited for anyone working with children parents and families, such as teachers, youth workers, social workers/social care staff, foster carers and school governors.
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