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According to the PSHE Association: The national curriculum states that ‘all schools should make provision for personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE), drawing on good practice’. The relationships and health aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory in all schools from 2020.
This interactive course explores how drug education can be planned and taught safely and effectively.
Packed with accurate and up to date information about drugs, this course/ webinar will arm you with the skills to teach young people about the risks and health implications of legal and illegal substances, focusing on the development of skills such as assertiveness and resisting peer pressure.
With a perfect blend of theory and practical skills that you can use with young people.
This training consists of real-time sessions techniques, discussion groups and opportunities to practice and network with each other.
This course will benefit a range of people, including:
“Everyone, whether parent, teacher, manager, or child, should hear what KIP Education have to say. The training was superb, thought provoking, informational, and motivational. Nowhere else could I have got the vital information this training provided. Everyone should know what KIP is telling you about drugs and drug misuse and the impact it has on young people lives.” Social Worker – Camden
“This course covered all aspects that I could need – well done! Fun, interesting and a great use of case studies and life skills” PSHE Lead – Malton, North Yorkshire
“Thank you for all these tools. The way you facilitated the training made it really easy and pleasant to contribute. It was really informative, especially as it was delivered by you, who has experienced the topic.” Headteacher – Manchester
Training is highly participatory and interactive.
Our experienced trainers support participants through interactive exercises and facilitated discussions, creating a safe space for reflection, sharing and professional development.
Tel: 0208 207 5567