Please take a look at the topics below and then choose your topics in following form.
A detailed outline about traditional Bullying
In this topic bullying will be defined, its different forms, consequences of bullying, the ways to categorised bullying, bullying prevalence in Ireland and how traditional bullying links to cyberbullying.
A detailed outline about Cyberbullying
In this topic cyberbullying will be defined, its different forms, consequences of cyberbullying, the new challenges regarding cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevalence in Ireland and how cyberbullying links to traditional bullying.
A discussion about Image Sharing
In this topic Image Sharing/Sexting will be defined, what image sharing and image based sexual abuse is, the legal side of consent and image sharing, victim blaming and victimisation and what to do if they witness/are involved in the non-consensual sharing of sexual images.
How to stay Safe Online
In this topic students will learn what privacy is, why it’s important not to share personal information with everyone, how to maintain their privacy online, cybersecurity, cyberbullying, grooming and tips to stay safe online.
Bullying Preventative and Intervention Strategies. What can students do?
In this topic students will learn about different ways they can help prevent bullying and also intervention strategies they can use when they may see, know of or experience bullying/cyberbullying
Hate Speech and Bullying
In this topic students will learn what Hate Speech is, the difference between Hate Speech and bullying, learn to understand hateful behaviour and what it looks like and how to respond to Hate Speech.
Homophobic Bullying/Identity based Bullying
What is homophobic and transphobic bullying, Consequences of Homophobic/Identity Based Bullying, Signs of Homophobic/Identity Based Bullying, What can you do to stop it.
Empathy: How to help and support bullies and victims
In this topic students will learn what Empathy is, how they can help and support victims of bullying and to reflect on their experiences of how they would feel in a bullying situation.
In this topic students will learn about being an upstander and a positive bystander to tackle cyber/bullying, all the different roles played by bystanders in cyber/bullying and the impact that they can have on cyber/bullying
Bullying versus Banter Workshop (Complete Workshop)
In this workshop students will learn to define bullying and banter, students will explore the difference between banter and bullying, students will know how to support themselves and their peers if they experience bullying behaviour
General Bullying Workshop (Complete Workshop)
In this workshop students will learn to define cyberbullying and bullying, the consequences of cyber/bullying, the prevalence of cyber/bullying in Ireland, how to tackle cyber/bullying, and how to be a positive bystander.
Choose your own issues…
All expenses are based on DCU rates and the requirements of each training. These may be subject to change.