Secondary educators: Understanding problematic and harmful sexual behaviour
Understanding the functions of sexual behaviour problems can assist teachers to respond appropriately to children and effectively redirect problematic behaviours in the context of the school environment. This module provides valuable information for teachers regarding the spectrum of appropriate to problematic sexual behaviour and increases understanding of how to provide support on all levels.
This module also assists teachers to develop strategies to work with parents/guardians and specialists to provide support to a child. This module has been specifically tailored for teachers.
Who is this course for?
- Secondary school teachers
The module covers
- Sexual development in young people
- The spectrum of appropriate vs harmful sexual behaviours
- Responding to sexual harm in the school context
- Sexting and the law
- Working with specialists to support students engaging in sexual harm
- Where to get help
What do you get?
- Certificate of completion
Attention NSW participants:
NESA is currently undergoing changes to their system.
You will be able to claim Professional Development hours for Bravehearts online courses, however, you will need to apply these yourself on the NESA website under “Elective PD”.
If you have any queries, please contact NESA directly on 1300 739 338.
PD Hours for this course: 1
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