This course will give you a good understanding of what bullying is; a 10-point action plan for preventing and responding to bullying; and information on roles and responsibilities that governors have when it comes to anti-bullying in schools. It takes approximately 45-60 minutes to complete.
You will be asked to complete a survey before and after the course and will receive a certificate upon completion. Your certificate will remain in the ‘My trainings’ section of the e-learning platform and you can click on the pink tick to download it at any time.
*Please note: all lessons must be completed in order to download your certificate. The menu on the left will track your progress through the course.
On completion of this course, participants will have a greater understanding of:
• The ABA definition of bullying
• The roles involved in bullying
• The groups of children more vulnerable to bullying
• A 10-point action plan based on key recommendations in the Rights, Respect, Equality: Statutory guidance for governing bodies
• Governor accountability when it comes to anti-bullying in schools
• Bullying and the law, as well as the connection to safeguarding
• Prejudice-related bullying
• Bullying off school premises
• Anti-bullying policies
• Strategies to prevent bullying
• Reporting and recording bullying incidents
If you’d like to learn more about ways of preventing and responding to bullying, there are plenty of resources and training opportunities on the ABA and Kidscape websites: