Understanding Violence Prevention: Putting it into Practice - NKBL Understanding Violence Prevention: Putting it into Practice - NKBL

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Understanding Violence Prevention: Putting it into Practice

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About Course

This is the fourth and final module in the course Understanding Violence Prevention and is all about putting your knowledge of violence prevention into practice. In this module you will explore how to develop a programme of activities for young people.

What Will You Learn?

  • Consolidate learning from Modules 1-3
  • Develop a programme of activities for young people
  • Reflect on your role as a practitioner of violence prevention

Course Content

Introduction

  • About this training
    00:00
  • Professional Learning
    00:00
  • Learning Objectives
    00:00
  • Check in
    00:00

Planning a Session

Using a Youth Work Approach

Is it Universal or Secondary Prevention?

Early Intervention

Icebreakers

Energisers

Activities for Assessing Need

Groupwork Ideas

Using the NKBL Website

The Reflective Practitioner

Teachable and Reachable Moments

Conclusion

Student Ratings & Reviews

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CM
8 months ago
Very good, straightforward
AW
12 months ago
Great experience expanding my knowledge and understanding
CM
12 months ago
Awesome content.
CL
1 year ago
Excellent session ideas
Scott Menmuir
1 year ago
It showed how easy it was to navigate the NKBL website and how to positively engage with young people
NA
1 year ago
Very informative,
WM
2 years ago
i thought it was an excellent course with plenty information. I liked the information regarding making your own group

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