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This CPD certified e-course aims to train youth workers and educators so that they become able to train others to prevent and address gender-based violence (GBV). This e-course will provide them with the skills, confidence and knowledge to use media education and restorative justice in their trainings with diverse target groups including teachers and other professionals, young people and families.
The e-course has six modules leading to its learning outcomes. It has been prepared by the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership comprising of the coordinator, the RJ4All International Institute (UK), and partners ASAD (Italy), GIDE (France), Epomorfotiki (Greece), OTI (Cyprus) and Universidad de Huelva (Spain). The course convener is Prof. Theo Gavrielides. Prior to designing this ecourse, the partnership carried out thorough research that involved our target groups. The findings were published as part of the C4C project, which can be downloaded from here.
The e-course can be paused as many times as needed. It takes approximately 10 non-stop hours to fully complete all modules and take the CPD test. Additional reading materials are also provided for optional further learning and research.
We have included software that make the e-course accessible in various languages as well as for those with visual and hearing impairments.
Successful completion will lead to CPD (Continuous Professional Development) Certification (10 points).
- Youth workers and trainers
- Professionals and volunteers working in both formal and informal educational settings
- Criminal justice officials especially probation staff and youth offending teams
- Gender equality organisations
- Youth organisations
- Human rights and anti-discrimination NGOs
- Parents and teachers
- Continuous Professional Development providers and other training bodies.
Overall, this CPD certified e-course aims to respond to the training needs of young workers on GBV, providing them with the basic concepts to understand the characteristics of this structural phenomenon, outlining methodologies and educational strategies to prevent and combat GBV. In particular, the e-course aims to:
- Increase knowledge on ethics, boundaries, disclosure and justice relating to GBV
- Create skills in using the media to talk about healthy gender relationships and increase emotional intelligence
- Increase skills in boosting others’ critical and analytical approach to how the media relate, convey and communicate GBV
- Increase knowledge of restorative justice and how its values and practices can be used to prevent gender stereotypes, hate speech and GBV and discrimination.
The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
- Lectures 25
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 50 hours
- Language English
- Students 8
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self
Module 2 - Gender and Sexuality as topics in youth work
Module 3 - Interdisciplinary perspectives on restorative justice
Module 4 - Media literacy and the prosumer: Background, concepts and considerations
Module 5 - Deep into gendered narratives
Module 6 - Overcome Situations of Gender Discrimination / Violence in working with young people
Post evaluation questionnaire