Training Style

In House, Virtual, Face to Face

Certificates and Handouts

Yes

Expected Learning Outcome

  • Look at gender stereotypes and everyday sexism before exploring ways to challenge them through youth work
  • Consider the role of the media and the impact it has on young women’s expectations of work, relationships and self image
  • Look at ways to build emotional resilience and raise self esteem
  • Offer ideas to motivate, build confidence and develop assertiveness skills

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From social media and celebrity culture to pornography, politis to sports, girls and young women are bombarded with conflicting with messages about what it means to grow up female in the UK today. This training offers ideas to motivate and inspire young women by challenging gender stereotypes, raising self-esteem and building confidence to encourage them to fulfil their potential and reach achievable goals. With a perfect blend of theory and practical skills, this training consists of real-time sessions and techniques, discussion groups and opportunities to practice and network with each other.riminally exploited

Who is this training for?

This training is a must for any professional working with children or young people and their families, parents or carers. It’s suitable for various settings and either group or 1:1 dynamics.

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