'Talk about Alcohol' training incl. free resource - Secondary, College & PRUs
Training to support PSHE Leads in Secondary, PRU and College settings to deliver alcohol education including free 'Talk about Alcohol' (TAA) hard copy resources worth £90!
Public Health have commissioned the Alcohol Education Trust to deliver training to PSHE leads around their Talk about Alcohol (TAA) programme, and provide all secondary, PRU and college settings with a hardcopy resource, worth £90. The TAA programme focuses on enabling young people to have a healthy relationship with alcohol, helping them to build resilience skills, know how to avoid risky situations and learn how to look after themselves and each other.
The teacher training session will cover planning, guidance, how to use the games, activities and resources, what is suitable for different ages, evaluation and how the programme supports safeguarding and Ofsted.
The Alcohol Education Trust has a seven year track record of delivering effective alcohol education across the UK. The ‘Talk About Alcohol (TAA) programme is used in over 1,400 schools across the UK and is quality assured and accredited by The Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) Association. It is also the only alcohol prevention schools programme to be awarded 3/3 for effectiveness and 5/6 for the quality of its evaluation by the Mentor-ADEPIS Centre for Analysis of Youth Transitions evaluation matrix. For more information visit http://alcoholeducationtrust.org/about-aet/
For all queries, or to find out more, email Stella Bailey at Stella.Bailey@walthamforest.gov.uk
Book online through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/talk-about-alcohol-training-incl-free-resource-secondary-college-prus-tickets-36154543212
*There is space for more than one school representative to attend. However, please note that only one resource pack can be allocated per school
**Please note that this training, including resources, would normally cost approximately £200 per attendee. Although offered for free, individuals will be expected to give a minimum of a week's notice if no longer able to attend or will be expected to pay a £100 cancellation fee.