Education for All: Disability, Diversity and Inclusion (FutureLearn)
Millions of children around the world are excluded from access to education because of a disability – robbing them of their potential and diminishing our society. On this course you will learn about inclusive education, understanding what barriers there are to learning and how to challenge them. Over six weeks you will learn from a range of people with experience of disability, discovering practical ways to create a more inclusive learning environment that you can apply in your own area.
Harmful sexual behaviour in schools training
Are you aware of the differences between healthy sexual behaviours and those which are of concern? Do you know what to do if a child or young person has experienced sexual harassment and abuse or is displaying sexualised behaviour? Get the knowledge and skills you need to recognise, report and record sexualised behaviour concerns with our elearning courses for primary or secondary schools.
Human Rights Friendly Schools
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Explain the importance of fostering a school environment that is human rights friendly
Assess the human rights friendliness of your own school environment
Take practical steps to make your school more human rights friendly
Design your own initiatives for advancing knowledge of and respect for human rights in your school
Advocate for a whole school approach to strengthening a culture of human rights in your school
Apply strategies for gaining supporters inside and outside your school
Managing sexualised behaviour in schools (NSPCC)
An online course for anyone working in primary schools in the UK. Gain the skills to assess and manage incidents of sexualised behaviour within your school. Guidance in all four UK nations stresses the importance of providing an effective response to harmful sexual behaviour (Department for Education, 2018a; Department of Health. Northern Ireland, 2017; Scottish Government, 2014, All Wales Child Protection Procedures Review Group (AWCPPRG), 2012). It’s an issue of growing concern to schools, reflected by the Department for Education’s decision to publish specific advice on managing sexual violence and sexual harassment between children in schools and colleges in England (Department for Education, 2018b).