Training is required to deliver the FUSE programme in your school. Schools must nominate one/two teachers to become Anti-Bullying Coordinators. These teachers will then attend training.
A ONE DAY Training for the FUSE programme will be provided by staff from the National Anti-Bullying Centre and will take place on St Patricks Campus, DCU, Drumcondra (9am to 4pm).
This training will equip teachers to return to schools and deliver training to school staff. It will also enable teachers to deliver the six FUSE modules to 2nd year students in their school.
Training date options are as follows:
Monday 23rd September
Tuesday 24th September
Thursday 26th September
The overview of the content covered during the training is as follows:
- What FUSE is and why we are doing it
- Programme overview
- Presenting the theoretical content of FUSE Programme
- How the FUSE workshops should be delivered
- What is bullying
- Types of bullying
- Victims, perpetrators, bystanders
- Prevention and intervention
- Report bullying
- Online safety
- School climate
- Overview of school staff’s workshops
- Gathering data and research
There will also be a short paper-based training evaluation questionnaire.
To register your school for FUSE please click here.
Schools who register will receive a follow up email to register for their preferred training date.