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Aim: To help you develop the confidence, knowledge & skills to deliver good relationship & sex education to YP with special needs.

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Talking to young people about their sexual health can be a challenging experience. In this training, we draw on our 55 years of expertise of talking to young people about their sexual health and provide a comprehensive overview of the information that you need to know in order to work effectively in this area.

Delivering RSE isn't easy for everyone, this training offers a comprehensive introduction to help you develop the confidence, knowledge and skills to plan and deliver good quality relationships and sex education for young people with additional needs.

"Please note that in order to receive a certificate confirming attendance at any of our training events you are expected to attend the event in full.

If you arrive more than 30 minutes late after the scheduled start time or have to leave more than 30 minutes before the end, we will not be able to provide you with a certificate of attendance. You are, however, still welcome to attend for your continuing professional development."

Most of our training events are delivered remotely via Zoom or MS Teams. See below for more details, including how to book. Please note the following:

1. Due to ongoing uncertainties, some events may be cancelled at short notice.

2. Some of our courses require a minimum number of delegates to proceed; where this is not achieved the event will be cancelled and we will notify anyone that had registered to attend.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

WHO CAN ATTEND:

Our training is available to those working in the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire area ONLY. To confirm your place and to receive the meeting link, we ask for details of your employing body and a work email address.

By the end of the training participants will have gained knowledge and understanding of:

•RSE and its inclusivity.

•Explore personal barriers and how they can impact on professional work.

•Laws and policies protecting and educating young people with SEND.

•The impact of language and how to use it correctly.

•Explore varying presenting techniques for how to deliver RSE to SEND students.

This training is suitable for: Teaching professionals working with young people with additional needs.

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