Free anti-bullying training on offer

Teenage boy looking sad while classmates talk behind his back
Bullying can occur in all age groups

Parents, carers and people who work with children are invited to take part in free eLearning modules and webinars run by Scotland’s anti-bullying service, respectme

The sessions aim to provide participants with the knowledge and confidence to respond effectively to children and young people affected by bullying, and to become a key part of the anti-bullying movement.

Speakers will include young people talking about their anti-bullying work, experts in education, children’s rights and mental health, and members of the respectme team.

After completing the eLearning, you will be offered access to an online learning community where you can connect with peers and access resources. 

The respectme Anti-Bullying Learning Academy’s modules feature new interactive content and outcomes, so even those who have attended the service’s training and webinars before should find them valuable. Respectme, which launched in 2007, is fully funded by the Scottish Government and managed by SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) in partnership with LGBT Youth Scotland.

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