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PiP Webinar – Supporting a whole school approach to respectful relationships education

June 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Free

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The single most important criterion for effective violence prevention and respectful relationships education in schools is taking a whole school approach. This, however, can be challenging and is often done to varying degrees.

Join us for a discussion about the whole school approach to respectful relationships.

This webinar is for:

  • Anyone working in or with schools or settings with children and young people.
  • Anyone interested in respectful relationships education or a whole school approach.
  • Anyone wanting to work in or with schools to support them to embed a whole of school approach to gender equality and respectful relationships.

During this discussion, we will unpack and explore:

  • What a whole school approach is and why it is important.
  • What the successful implementation of a whole of school approach to respectful relationships looks like in practice.
  • The barriers stopping schools from implementing a whole school approach and strategies to overcome these.
  • The tools and resources available to support this work.
  • Lessons learnt from rolling out the whole school approach to respectful relationships and how these can be applied by others taking a whole of setting approach in different settings.

Panellists

Jarrod Bateup
Respectful Relationships Western Melbourne, Department of Education and Training

Jarrod has been working with the Department of Education for over 12 years. Jarrod worked as both a primary and secondary school teacher for nine years and was involved in the original Respectful Relationships Education (RREiS) Pilot in 2015. Currently he works as Project Lead Respectful Relationships with the Department of Education and Training.

Jarrod is passionate about building teacher capacity in the area of social and emotional learning because he sees the opportunity it gives students to learn vital life skills and be educated in the important topics of respect, gender equity, sexuality, self-awareness and resilience.

Sarah Tayton
Senior Policy Advisor Education, Our Watch

Sara works at Our Watch convening the national Respectful Relationships expert group where she encourages evidence based respectful relationships education. She also works on the Respect and Equality in Universities project.

Sara previously worked in at the Department of Education in the Family Violence Reform team implementing the Royal Commission recommendations. Her background and experience in public health has provided her with expertise on how to apply a public health approach within a school setting.

Details

Date:
June 23
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://training.dvrcv.org.au/course-details/?course_id=75236&course_type=w

Venue

Online

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