Virtual HSCP - An Introduction to Peer-on-Peer Abuse

Date & Time:

Wednesday 23 February 2022 (13:30 - 15:00)

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Venue:

Virtual Course, Microsoft Teams

Detail:

Peer-on-Peer abuse is abuse that occurs between children and young people of a similar age or similar developmental stage. Adults working with children need to be able to identify harmful behaviours and this webinar will develop delegates understanding of what harmful behaviours might look like and how to respond appropriately. Peer-on-Peer abuse can be experienced in wide ranging settings - at home, in school, online and in public spaces, so this course will be valuable to a similarly wide-range of professionals and volunteers working with Hampshire's children.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Reflect on the types of peer-on-peer violence you have witnessed and consider definitions, context and prevalence
  • Learn how to recognise peer on peer violence
  • Discuss what to consider when responding to peer-on-peer violence from an individual and systemic perspective
  • Embed learning through case examples

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Places Available:

199

Further Information:

Type:

Webinar

Venue Details:

Virtual Course, Microsoft Teams