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Program delivery format: Online (E-Learning)

C.C.E.C. Red Cross Respect in School Course

Canadian Red Cross Respect in School Course

The purpose of the Respect in School course is to equip all school personnel to recognize the signs of abuse, bullying, neglect and harassment in the lives of children and youth—as well as how to respond by supporting and reporting. 



Who should attend

- All school-based employees and volunteers. ​

Course content

Upon completion of the Respect in School course, participants will be able to define bullying, abuse and harassment, clearly

identify the difference between appropriate behaviours and inappropriate behaviours, and identify, respond to and report incidents

more comfortably and confidently. 

This course is presented in five modules:

1. A Leader's Power

  • Positional and personal power

  • Using power positively and negatively

  • Leadership styles and leadership checklist


2. Emotions and Development

  • Overview

  • Development

  • Reminders


3. Bullying and Harassment

  • Defining bullying and harassment

  • Intervention

  • Disclosure and response


4. Abuse and Neglect

  • Emotional, physical, and sexual abuse

  • Neglect

  • Disclosure and response

  • Hazing


5. Review and Resources



Completion 

A short pre-program survey and post-program survey measure learning. Upon successfully completing all modules, there is a printable certificate for your records. 


Material

  • All supplementary learning materials are provided as PDF downloads or links within the online course. 



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