SEN and Disability Anti-Bullying Training

Location:Horsham Youth Centre
Dates: 14-9-2015

Evidence shows disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs (SEN) are significantly more likely to experience bullying and harassment in school than their peers

The Anti-Bullying Alliance is working with West Sussex County Council from April 2015 – March 2016 to become Anti-Bullying SEN and Disability Champions. This programme is funded by the Department for Education. We are offering FREE training to schools, the wider children’s workforce and parents/carers in West Sussex. The training is CPD certified and will count towards your continuing professional development.

This training session forms part of the training available to the wider children’s workforce.

The training will cover:

  • Bullying and its impact on children and young people
  • Bullying and the law
  • Children and young people with SEND and bullying – what does the evidence tell us?
  • The social model of disability
  • Challenging disablist language
  • How does this apply to your role?

Please note:

  • Lunch will be available at 12.30pm and the training session will start at 1pm promptly.
  • There will be a £50 ‘no show’ fee for those that do not inform us they cannot attend at least two weeks before the training date.

Please visit Eventbrite for full details and to request a place.