2018 PHE 10 Teacher Support training in Vancouver (Burnaby)

PHE 10 Teacher Support: Meeting Curriculum Competencies for Social and Community Health and Mental Well-Being

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Leadership Teacher Training November 2017

Create a healthy school with improved self-esteem and engagement, and fewer incidents of prejudice and bullying.

Saturday, September 22, 2018
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (PST)

Canadian Red Cross, Burnaby Office
3400 Lake City Way
Burnaby, BC.
(Across the street from the Lake City SkyTrain Station)

Fully-funded by the Canadian Red Cross in partnership with the Slaight Family Foundation.

Red Cross Respect Education invites you to a 7-hour training for PHE 10 teachers being held in Burnaby, BC.
Please join us at no charge for this one-day workshop based on the ERAC-certified Healthy Youth Relationships course developed by the Canadian Red Cross. This training will help Planning and PHE 10 teachers meet the curriculum competencies for:
  • Developing healthy relationships
  • Responding to unsafe situations
  • Managing conflict
  • Awareness of personal boundaries, gender identity, and sexual orientation
  • Skills in decision-making, communication, and critical thinking
  • Analyzing the risks of technology and the impacts of sexual interactions online
As part of the workshop, teachers will be provided with grade-level lesson plans to deliver the content to their students in a flexible, adaptable format.

If you have any questions, please contact RespectED.BC@redcross.ca.

Please register by completing the following form:

Registration form





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