16 February 2017 9.30am to 4.00pm- Brook Milton Keynes
Quaker Centre, 1 Oakley Gardens, Milton Keynes, MK15 9BH
Ticket types available: Free*, Early Bird and Standard place
Based on a collaborative project between Brook and the University of Sussex called ‘Good sex?: Building evidence based practice in young people’s sexual health’ the training explores practical tools to use with young people in health, education and youth settings. The training will provide the opportunity to think critically about what we mean by ‘sexual pleasure’ and feel more confident talking about sexual pleasure with young people.
- why it is important to talk to young people about sexual pleasure
- when and how to appropriately discuss sexual pleasure
- evidence based information and advice to support practice
- resources and practical tools
- reflection of personal attitudes and values and how they impact on professional practice.
By the end of the training participants will be able to…
- understand why it is important to talk to young people about sexual pleasure
- have had the opportunity to think about what we mean by ‘sexual pleasure’
- understand when and how to discuss sexual pleasure with young people
- gain knowledge of evidenced based information to support practice
- come away with practical tools that you can use in your work.
Who is this training applicable to?
This course is for anyone working with young people.
*Who is eligble for a free place?
Professionals working in the locality ofr the training are eligble for a free place. If you are unsure if this applies to you please contact email@example.com.
What is the cancellation/ refund policy?
Please note you will be charged if, having been offered a place, you fail to attend or do not cancel in writing within set time periods, including if your place on the training is free. Please read our cancellation policy which can be found on our webstie for full details https://www.brook.org.uk/shop/education-and-training-cancellation-policy
When & Where
Brook is the UK's largest young people's sexual health charity and supports nearly 250,000 young people UK-wide, each year. We passionately believe that good quality training helps to counter health inequalities and Brook courses are designed to create a stimulating learning environment which encourages reflection, challenge, sharing of best practice and personal development.