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Healthy (Dating) Relationships: A Peer-Education Approach by the Canadian Red Cross

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Facilitator(s): Ryan Myers
Date:January 31, 2019
Time:9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Cost:
$100.00 (includes certification and a usb drive with classroom-ready resources)
(includes lunch, which is not prepared in a nut/gluten-free environment)
Location: Edmonton (ERLC Office at Elmwood School)
Room 17/18, 16325 - 83 Avenue
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Course code: 19-MH-049

Target Audience

All Teachers and School Administrators

Also Recommended For

Specialists who work directly with students, Para-educators and teams who serve children and youth

About this learning opportunity

Educating teens on healthy intimate relationships is an essential part of a school-wide approach for building and promoting safety in all relationships. At the end of this one-day training, participants will be certified to implement the Red Cross Healthy Youth Relationships program. Through hands-on activities and engaging discussion, participants will explore the aspects of both healthy (communication, power, empathy, conflict resolution, and intervention) and unhealthy relationships (emotional, physical and sexual violence). Additionally, we will tackle some of those “tough” topics around technology use and consent, harassment, and gender identity and sexual orientation.

Classroom-ready resources that are based on the latest research will be shared, including a USB drive with PowerPoints, videos, printable handouts and grade-specific lesson plans with interactive activities. This session will also talk about how you can mentor and coach youth to co-facilitate delivery with you. Content aligns with Alberta Education Curriculum in Health and Life Skills or CALM.

This learning opportunity is being provided through funding from Alberta Education.

About the facilitator(s)

Ryan Myers is the Associate for the Canadian Red Cross’s violence prevention program in northern Alberta. He works with schools, communities and organizations across western Canada and into the north to address and prevent violence from bullying and harassment, promote healthy youth dating relationships and prevent child abuse. Ryan has done extensive work with Indigenous communities on risk management and creating safe facilities.