Free Bullying Awareness Training for School Staff

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TSz Bullying ImageAs the latest academic year began, figures released by The Diana Award revealed that 57% of young people have been bullied at some point in their school lives. And 35% of those bullied had missed school as a result. In addition, the figures also revealed that 36% of parents are worried that their child has behaved in a bullying manner.

As we know, the 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' guidance from the DfE asserts that "safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone's responsibility", and of course, bullying, or more specifically bullying prevention is a significant element of this.



This is why we are delighted to offer you access to free bullying awareness training from our sister site, TrainingSchoolz.

This training is designed to support schools in their understanding of policies and procedures around the different ways in which children and young people can be bullied. It covers good practice on how schools should address the issues of bullying.

The training is available free of charge for staff to complete from now until 15th November - to coincide with anti-bullying week which takes place from 11th - 15th November.

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Written by Teaching Resources Support on October 01, 2019 12:54

Create and deliver online staff training courses in minutes

A simple to use online service for the delivery of staff training.


TrainingToolz Staff TrainingAccording to recent figures released by the DfE, teacher training is shifting further away from universities, with school-based teacher training places rising from 58% in 2015 to 64% in 2017

But with the ever-expanding list of training requirements set out by the DfE and a lack of budgets to fund all the additional training, it’s not uncommon for schools to train just one member of staff on a chosen subject. It then falls on that teacher to disseminate the information to the rest of their colleagues.

Getting all the relevant members of staff in one place at one time to conduct the training is no mean feat and is invariably going to impact on the teachers already packed timetable. So, could online training provide the most cost effective and time saving solution?

Imagine a system where you can quickly and easily convert your training material into an online course. In just a couple of clicks, send out your training to all the relevant staff who can then complete the training at a time to suit them and you can sit back and watch the results come in.

No need to imagine – TrainingToolz does just that.
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This simple to use online service can be mastered in minutes, allowing you to take your content and create an online training course in a very short space of time.

When your material is ready, simply choose your candidates and send out a link directly to them from the system.

You can then monitor the activity, check responses and send out reminders all from the straight-forward dashboard.



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Whether you need to deliver just one training course, or are responsible for delivering staff training throughout the year, TrainingToolz can help. But first you need to create your course.

To make things easy, TrainingToolz allows you to do this for free. So, you can try out the system with absolutely no obligation. You only begin paying for membership when you start implementing your training and at only £25 per month, with no contracts or tie-ins it’s a cost-effective way to create and deliver internal staff training.

To find out more and to get started with a free account visit TrainingToolz.com

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Written by TrainingToolz on May 19, 2017 10:56


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