This training manual offers materials to support the promotion of staff learning around:
how to prevent bullying and harassment
how to respond when they do occur
how to deal with the aftermath
It will help:
raise levels of awareness and understanding
support committed individuals and organisations to pursue the goal of a safe and harassment-free working environment
convince others that it is in their interest to tackle bullying and harassment, and the problems that these issues raise
the material is suitable for both managers and front-line staff. Managers should be aware of all the material in this manual, and should let in inform their day-to-day interactions with staff. Training for frontline staff allows them to talk about their experiences and to recognise when behaviour is not acceptable, and to consider and rehearse individual and collective responses to bullying and harassment. Further exercises around discrimination ensure that nothing is 'swept under the carpet' or left unsaid.
Trainers, tutors, leaders, managers and supervisors working or teaching in the helping professions.
Social work, social care, nursing and other health care professionals
Probation, community justice work, youth and community work, counselling, advice and pastoral work
Anyone in other professions when help is sought with the 'people skills' of management, leadership and supervision
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