Love Bites Canterbury Bankstown Facilitator Training
Love Bites is a successful healthy relationships education program, developed by NAPCAN and delivered in local high schools, focusing on the topics of preventing domestic & family violence and sexual assault. It consists of two interactive education workshops followed by creative workshops and community campaign. It is a community driven program reliant on local community and Government organisations facilitating/delivering the program, with an opportunity to educate students about the local services in our community.
Over the past 3 years, Love Bites Canterbury Bankstown has delivered the program to over 1500 Year 10 students across Canterbury Bankstown. A Facebook page has been generated for students to ‘like’ to keep informed about respectful relationships. Student’s artworks with campaign slogans are also uploaded onto the page.
Who can run Love Bites?
The program is for any professionals who work in the area of Domestic and Family Violence and Sexual Assault and has an interest for running Violence against Women Prevention Programs. Facilitators are provided with ample support through the Love Bites Canterbury Bankstown network however should also have an interest working with young people. Love Bites facilitators include youth workers, community development officers, case workers, domestic violence or sexual assault counsellors, school and family counsellors, Police officers, women’s refuge workers, school teachers and other local professionals. Appropriate facilitators may also be members of the Canterbury Bankstown Domestic Violence Liaison Committees or Canterbury Bankstown Workers With Youth Network.
Love Bites Training.pdf
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From: Tuesday, 13 February 2018
To: Wednesday, 14 February 2018
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