We run short courses on a variety of topics relating to SRE. Courses are either open access delivered from our own HQ or in-house where the training is delivered at your organisation. The courses are for teachers whose role it will be to provide sex and relationships education in secondary schools.
SHORT COURSES FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
TEACHING SEXUAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS
This course is ideal for teachers that will deliver condom and contraceptive choice lessons with young people. The training keeps teachers up to date about sexually transmitted infections, youth trends and includes Fraser guidelines and confidentiality.
TALKING WITH TEENS ABOUT PUBERTY AND PERIODS AND SEX
Get confident and feel ready to have the discussion with teens about how and why their body changes during puberty. Menstruation and sexual intercourse.
TALKING WITH TEENS ABOUT SEXTING AND ONLINE
Covers the laws around sexting and keeps teachers up to date with trends in technology. Includes online grooming and awareness of CEOP. (Includes modules from Thinkuknow Introduction Course)
TEACHING TEENS ABOUT HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AND SEX
Learning about healthy relationships is one of the most important aspects of SRE. The lesson develops skills and knowledge about this topic and also explores peer pressure and delaying sexual activity.
TALKING WITH TEENS ABOUT SEX, PORN AND THE MEDIA
This training provides teachers with the opportunity to explore these topics and supports teachers to develop their skills to deliver this sensitive aspect of the curriculum.
TALKING GENDER DIVERSITY AND SEXUALITY WITH TEENS
Feel confident that you can provide an inclusive and diverse learning environment. Explore the language and terms relating to sexuality and gender. Keep up to date with key guidance and legislation regarding LGBT in schools.
ENGAGING PARENTS WITH SRE
Develop your partnership with parents and carers. This is essential to effective sex and relationship education
TALKING CONSENT WITH TEENS
The course teaches the laws around consent and equips teachers with the confidence to explore this topic openly with young people. Also includes information about child sexual exploitation and sexual harassment in schools.