Bullying affects the whole school and educational community. It is important that all professionals involved with children can intervene and prevent school violence.
This training is aimed at educators, supervisors, socio-educational actors and municipal police officers.
This training cycle will help participants to better understand the dynamics of a phenomenon that is often invisible to adults in order to offer support to children so that they are neither victims nor bullies. And support them in their reconstruction process.
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PART 1: Definition

Definition of child bullying, characteristics and types of bullying

PART 2 : Who are the actors?

The bully, how does he act, who is he?
The victim: fear, shame, loneliness and silence; risk profiles.
The peers: who are they, what actions, what roles?
The dynamics of bullying

PART 3: The consequences

What are the consequences for the victim, for the bully, for peers but also for the school and civil community?

PART 4 : Cyberbullying

What is the definition, what are the characteristics and consequences?
What to do when cyber-attacked and how to protect yourself from it?
What does the law say?

PART 5 : Preventing situations of violence

The 3 "E" method for an inclusive and caring school (and society)
Emotions, a way of life
Self-esteem to be neither victim nor bully.
Empathy, a state of mind

PART 6 : Detecting a situation of violence

Signs and places at risk
Risk profiles
The 7 points of vigilance and prevention

PART 7 : Acting in situation of violence

Collecting testimonies
Reviewing the situation
Take protective measures
Post-event monitoring