Teaching Respect Ed

Teaching Respect Ed is a comprehensive 2-day training program that gives teachers the knowledge and expertise to effectively deliver primary prevention training for violence against women. It provides educators with the practical knowledge of gender theory, the power structures that inform women’s experiences of violence, principles of diversity and inclusivity, and delivery methods for primary prevention programs.

At the conclusion of the training participants will:

  • understand the causes of violence against women and girls and use this knowledge to improve student learning
  • understand how to organise content to plan for learning experiences about gender equality and inequality
  • understand how to apply knowledge of gender equality to develop engaging learning activities
  • understand the legislative requirements to ensure students’ wellbeing and safety

This training targets 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 4.4 and 4.4 of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

The training will enable you to teach the YWCA respectful relationship program/s, tailored to meet the needs to young people aged 9-18 years: 

Respect, Communicate, Choose

Relationship Things

For children aged 9-12 years: An eight week program that aims to build skills and capacity in young people to behave with respect, and be active bystanders when they observe disrespectful behaviour.

For children aged 14-18 years: An eight week program that aims to support young people to develop safe and respectful relationships and challenge their assumptions and beliefs about gender.

Cost: $900 for two teachers

Includes Teaching Respect Ed teacher training AND Respect, Communicate, Choose OR Relationship Things license and resources for up to three classes for twelve months. Please contact us for further details on license options.