Training

Over the last 25 years, DCU Anti-Bullying Centre has delivered training, workshops and presentations to educators, students and workplaces across Ireland on the issues of Bullying, Cyberbullying and Online Safety.

All our talks, workshops and courses are delivered by researchers and education officers who are currently involved in studying bullying and online safety. We regularly present at conferences both in Ireland and abroad. Sharing our research and expertise is a core part of what we do.

School Talks

We offer a range of prevention and intervention talks specifically targeted towards students. Our talks can be tailored to specific audiences and age ranges and are delivered in person or live via our secure webinar platform, by an experienced Education Officer. Our talks will raise awareness of bullying and online safety, equip students with the tools needed to tackle bullying behaviour head-on with the aim of transforming their school to be bully-free and creating a safer, kinder school community.

Parent / Guardian Webinars

DCU Anti-Bullying Centre regularly hosts webinars designed to help parents/guardians support their child regarding issues of bullying and online safety. We collaborate with industry partners to ensure our content is current and relevant and incorporate our most recent research to enable parents to gain further knowledge in the areas of bullying, cyberbullying and online safety.

There are currently no upcoming webinars.

Continued Professional Development for Educators

We offer a Train-the-Trainer Bullying Prevention Course in October each year and runs for 10 week online with 2 optional face-to-face seminars. This is led by Dr. Seline Keating. The course is suitable for teachers, parents, youth workers, social workers, healthcare professionals and anyone interested in bullying prevention and intervention in educational settings.

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