Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Certificate Course

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Study Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course and get a better understanding of bullying and how to prevent it

Our Certificate in Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Course provides a general overview on the topic of bullying in primary and secondary schools including knowledge, statistics and advice required in order to be able to understand the topic and effectively deal with bullying incidents.

From learning about what bullying is and why children feel the need to bully other children to modern concepts such as cyberbullying. The course includes an in-depth overview of the legal frameworks that protect children in schools as well as analysis of the laws and government guidance that are applicable to cases of bullying.

Bullying is a complex problem that requires active involvement of the entire school community. It also requires that fundamental knowledge on the issue is in place so that meaningful discussions between pupils, parents and teachers are held.

The Certificate in Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention course has been developed with pupils, parents and teachers in mind and provides all the necessary knowledge required to tackle the bullying in schools issue. Taking the course and working on the additional exercises will assure that you will be better prepared to respond in situations where bullying is present.

The additional information that is included on the legal side of bullying will give you a broad understanding of the most important Acts and Regulations and you will know how to talk to school teachers and governors if your child has been a victim of bullying. In particular, the course focuses on discussing special cases of bullying that include disability-based bullying, as well as homophobic, transphobic, racist and other prejudice-based bullying.

Parents will particularly benefit from taking the course as it also gives extensive advice on dealing with bullying and supporting your child should they be affected, including guidance on how to talk to your child and the activities you can engage in together.

Our Special Educational Needs Online Courses also touches on the need to be tolerant and open-minded and the values and ideas that need to be instilled in children by teachers and parents to prevent bullying occurring in the first place.

What will you learn with our Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course?

  • An introduction to the concept of school bullying
  • How to tell if a child has been bullied based on a specific set of criteria
  • Which areas of schools are preferred arenas for bullying
  • What cyberbullying is and how to stay safe and protect a child’s online presence
  • What is identity-based bullying and special cases of bullying
  • The behavioral characteristics and beliefs of a bully
  • The reasons and motivations why a child becomes a bully
  • What are the short and long term effects of bullying on the involved children
  • Actions that parents can take if their child has been bullied
  • How to correct a bully’s behaviour
  • What are the life circumstances that may cause some children to become bullies
  • What is the teacher’s responsibility in bullying incidents
  • What is discrimination under Equality Act 2010
  • How schools implement Government and Ofsted guidelines in order to prevent bullying

Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course - Requirements

The Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Course Fast Facts:

  1. Learn the fundamentals of fighting bullying
  2. Comprehensive 10 module Accredited Certificate in Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course 
  3. Study along with simple instructions & demonstrations
  4. Written and developed by leading psychology and anti-bullying experts
  5. Receive one-on-one online help & support
  6. Unlimited, lifetime access to online course
  7. Certificate of completion awarded with passing score for the online assessment
  8. Study at your own pace with no rigid class timetables, 24/7 from any computer or smart device

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device.

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Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course Outline

Module 1: What is bullying?

Student Learnings:

  • You will be introduced to the concept of bullying
  • You will have a grasp of the criteria for a behavior to be considered bullying
  • You will learn what forms of bullying have been dealt with

Introduction to the concept of bullying

In the last two decades, there has been a surge of interest in the subject of bullying. It is, though, not a modern phenomenon.

  • The 1970s
  • The definition in the following years

Elements of bullying

The basic characteristics of behavior that can be classified as bullying are commonly agreed upon in research. These basic elements, according to Olweus, are damage, purpose, repetition, and a power imbalance.

  • Harm
  • Intention
  • Repetitiveness
  • Imbalance of power or strength

Issues with definition and areas of attention

When it comes to describing bullying conduct, there is no pattern. Many can ignore this as irrelevant to solving the problem – after all, it's just a matter of semantics, right? However, scholars, psychologists, and educators tend to believe that the word "bullying" is too broad and ambiguous, and that it is controversial, with the following elements in need of clarification.

  • The definition of bullying within a school’s own anti-bullying policy
  • Labelling the behaviors – user-friendly definitions for students
  • Labelling parties
  • Explore adolescents’ definition of bullying

Forms of bullying and who is at risk

Bullying can take many types, the most common of which are physical and psychological. However, this difference is just subjective since most bullying is a combination of the two – physical bullying has a psychological impact by itself.

  • Who is affected by bullying?

Severity and relevance of the problem with bullying

Bullying can take many types, the most common of which are physical and psychological. However, this difference is just subjective since most bullying is a combination of the two – physical bullying has a psychological impact by itself.

  • Corporal punishment

Module 2: What is Cyberbullying?

Student Learnings:

  • Cyberbullying is a form of bullying, in that it causes harm to the victim. However, there are distinctive behaviors that are not normally associated with traditional bullying.
  • The latest statistics on internet usage by children give key insights as to why the cyberbullying rate is increasing.

Introduction

Technology pervades almost every part of our everyday lives in the modern digital age. Whereas in the past, face-to-face interaction was needed, the online space is now transforming the way people work, socialize, and meet one another. Children and young adults are early adopters of emerging technologies, and these "developments" are altering how they communicate online.

Statistics

This pattern is confirmed in a new study released in 2014 by Ofcom (UK Office of Communications), which also includes staggering figures on internet use by children and young adults.

  • Motives
  • Family background

Why online?

Cyberbullying and traditional face-to-face bullying have a lot in common. Over all, cyberbullying is just a modern variation of conventional bullying. There are a few main variations, though, that may explain its rising appeal.

Cyberbullying on Social Media

Hurtful remarks are sent or posted. Children and teens often post photos and videos of themselves on Instagram and YouTube, and since these internet sites are available to everyone in the world, a suspicious entity on the other side of the world might potentially discover the personal information.

  • Perpetrating rumors in the online space
  • Spreading compromising images and videos
  • Creating a fake profile with the intent to impersonate
  • Accessing online account without permission or hacking

Cyberbullying via mobile and email

Given the fact that much cyberbullying today takes place on social media, trolls do not shy away from manipulating SMS posts. This is largely due to the simplicity of which anyone's phone number can be searched using telephone directories and the Internet. Sending aggressive messages and calling at inconvenient hours from a private number until the phone number is collected.

Cyberbullying in online gaming

Cyberbullying can exist in online gaming communities, which is worth noting. Games like World of Warcraft and League of Legends, which are online multiplayer games set in fantasy worlds, are becoming increasingly common among today's teens.

How to spot the signs if your child is bullied online?

  • Extremely private
  • Unknown numbers in their phone list
  • Signs of anxiety right after texting or checking their social media
  • Depressive episodes and isolation from online devices
  • Important

Staying safe online

Prevention and security, as with most activities in life, are the keys to mitigating harmful outcomes – and keeping healthy online is no exception.

  • Parental controls in browsers
  • Parental applications on mobile devices
  • Privacy settings in social media

Keep yourself and your child informed

Despite the fact that most internet services used by children have stringent rules restricting what is appropriate to post, it is not rare to see children posting offensive photos that could lift an eyebrow but may also draw a possible cyberbully.

Module 3: Why children bully

Student Learnings:

  • Bullies can be profiled based on their typical behavioral characteristics, which helps to identify potential bullies.
  • Anyone can be a bully, regardless of age, appearance and gender.
  • Examining a bully’s background helps us to identify the emotions that they may feel, but that does not invalidate their wrongdoing.

Introduction

Bullying is not a recent phenomenon; it has existed since the beginning of time. However, we have never had to see such an unprecedented incidence of bullying among children in schools, and the rate is unfortunately continuing to increase.

The Bully Profile

When asked to describe a traditional bully profile, most people envision a troubled-looking kid who participates in athletics and sticks out with the school's rowdy gang in the backyard. However, appearances can be deceiving, and it's important to note that anybody, regardless of age, appearance, or gender, can be a bully.

  • Reasons
  • Life circumstances as potential causes

Person bullies seldom bully solely for the sake of bullying and not pushed by an outside group of adults – there is often a combination of latent emotional factors that children seek to unleash in the act of bullying.

  • New sibling
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Relocation
  • Changes in household income
  • Family fallouts and arguments 

Module 4: Short- and long-term effects of bullying and how to spot the signs of bullying

Student Learnings:

  • Being a bully could be a way to assert power and gain reputation as a child, but the long-term consequences can lead to the exact opposite.
  • In many cases of bullying, the victim will start believing that they deserved such treatment.
  • Dealing with the emotional trauma that bullying puts on its victims can elicit direct physical responses.

Introduction

Bullying is described as a pattern of repeated and persistent abuse, which is especially prevalent in school social circles. Although some people believe that bullying is natural and almost a rite of passage in the school world, others believe that the consequences will last a lifetime and impact a person's adult life.

  • Short term effects for the victim
  • Long term consequences for the victim
  • Short term effects on the bully
  • Long term consequences for the bully

Signs of bullying

Bullying can quickly pass under a parent's radar when children are afraid to share their traumatic experiences for fear of being judged or not being loved in the same manner as their peers. Children who are not subjected to bullying or other serious issues are usually happy, optimistic, and energetic.

Module 5: What can parents do if their child is being bullied?

Student Learnings:

  • Emotional preparation and distancing yourself from the child’s problem will help you to solve it.
  • When a child has been bullied, expressing understanding of the child’s pain and not passing judgment or blame is critical.

Introduction

According to statistics, about half of all children will experience bullying at some point in their lives, whether as a survivor or as a bully.

  • Mental Preparation
  • Talking to a child who has been bullied
  • Talking to a child who has been cyberbullied
  • Deciding together on next actions
  • Be your child’s best friend

A child usually only needs a companion and some positive reinforcement. Although it can sound odd in some parent-child relationships, behaving as a supportive friend when the child feels embarrassed to join their normal peer group is a way to cross the generational divide.

  • Teach your child about social dynamics
  • Call it out
  • Go with it
  • Ignore it

Participate in role playing games

Role-playing games are a perfect way to help the kid plan for the next time they have to deal with a bully. Real-life scenarios are likely to boost a child ’s self - esteem.

  • Practice assertiveness exercises
  • Encourage them to play sports

What can you do in serious cases of bullying?

Supporting and educating a child how to avoid bullying could not be enough in more serious cases of bullying.

  • Talking with the bully’s parents

Further actions

  • Contacting the school
  • What if the school can’t help?
  • Legal Action

Module 6: What to do if your child is a bully?

Student Learnings:

  • The importance of mental preparation for parents before implementing corrective actions to their child’s behavior is critical.
  • Teaching empathy helps children overcome aggressive tendencies and prevents them from repeating bullying behaviors.

Introduction

Children seem to mostly mature too quickly, and before they know it, they have developed into feeling and reasoning entities with their own minds. Every parent wishes for their child to have a safe and carefree life, excel in education, and treat others with dignity.

How to talk to your child about being a bully

  • Initiating the talk
  • Next steps
  • Activities you can do with your child
  • Role play
  • Things you can do
  • Evaluate domestic stress levels

Check your child’s mental health

A child may have an underlying mental disorder that has gone untreated until now in extremely unusual circumstances. Parents with children with undiagnosed disabilities can be discouraged if their attempts to correct bullying behavior in their children fail, despite the fact that they have done whatever they can.

Encouragement

As the task of correcting bullying conduct is not easy for any of the parents, praise will work wonders for children. The value of recognition and positive affirmation cannot be overstated.

Module 7: Teachers' perspective on bullying in schools

Student Learnings:

  • Why teachers should be observant if they do notice bullying behavior, as it is their duty to stop it immediately.
  • After the immediate action needed to stop the bullying, the teacher has a duty to report and follow up the case.

Introduction

Without a question, the adults who have the most influence over our children outside of the home are their teachers. An excellent teacher can encourage, empower, and build the perfect setting for fruitful and fun school days. Teachers are often involved in controversies, debates, and bullying cases.

  • Where can bullying occur in the school?
  • How should teachers handle bullying incidents?

Teachers’ responsibility to prevent bullying

While it is difficult for teachers to actively track when their students partake in bullying, they should take constructive action, in collaboration with their colleagues, to ensure that such events do not occur.

  • Policies and guidelines
  • Discussions in class
  • Discussions with colleagues
  • Anti-bullying presentations

Module 8: Identity-based bullying & special cases

Student Learnings:

  • Why improper understanding of societal rules or lack of knowledge about key issues are the culprits, when it comes to bullying.
  • The importance of being open minded and allowing children to express themselves in whichever way they choose.

Introduction

Owing to the age gap and the extent of student self-awareness, this module is divided into primary and secondary school sections. Specific bullying situations are more common in elementary school, where children are still developing, whereas other forms of bullying are more common among middle school pupils, who act more like young adults with a full understanding of the situation.

  • Primary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Racial or ethnical bullying
  • Religious bullying
  • Children of migrants or refugees
  • Students bullying a teacher
  • Teacher bullying a student

False accusation

A deliberate false allegation of bullying in which a student knows he or she was not harassed but maintains that bullying occurred may be called bullying in and of itself. It is not just allegations of verbal abuse; the individual could fabricate the most heinous physical assault tale and behave as though it actually existed.

Reverse bullying

If wrongly accusing another student wasn't bad enough, the idea of reverse bullying would leave you dizzy. Reverse bullying is a case in which a student extorts another student by threatening to wrongly accuse the person of bullying if their demands are not met.

Module 9: The Equality Act 2010

Student Learnings:

  • The Equality Act 2010 generally distinguishes between six forms of discrimination, each covered under a section of the act.
  • The law prohibits schools from engaging in all forms of discrimination against pupils, in relation to their admission, provision of education, provision of access to facilities, benefits or services.

Introduction

Addressing the various facets of bullying will be incomplete without a legal background and how schools are judged when it comes to bullying management. Following the values articulated in the Equality Act 2010, primary and secondary schools in the UK are required to write a well-defined and encouraged anti-bullying strategy.

Equality Act 2010

Types of discrimination

The law describes a collection of "protected attributes" that each citizen embodies in order to encompass certain facets of a person's identity. It also specifies that discrimination based on one or more of these covered features is forbidden.

  • Objective justification
  • Exceptions and Special Considerations

Module 10: Government & Ofsted guidance on tackling bullying in schools

Student Learnings:

  • There are a number of Acts, Laws and Regulations that schools and teachers must adhere to, in regard to tackling bullying.
  • All schools must show due regard, when making decisions that affect day to day activities.

Introduction

Bullying and harassment is a challenging subject that cannot be avoided until the relevant actors take an aggressive stand against it and collaborate collaboratively to foster tolerance and discourage any illegal bullying on school grounds.

Governmental Requirements

The previous module has already addressed the arrangements that must be made under such exceptional circumstances, as well as whether it is appropriate for a child to be discriminated against under a legitimate situation known as ‘objective reason.' Nevertheless, the Equality Act of 2010 may not be the only body of legislation that must be followed by schools and students.

  • Due regard under The Public Sector Equality Duty (part of the Equality Act 2010)
  • Anti-bullying policy under The Education and Inspections Act 2006
  • Anti-bullying strategy under the Independent School Standard Regulations 2014
  • Safeguarding children and young people under the Children Act 1989
  • Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) Guidance
  • Ofsted reports and recommendations

Recommendations to schools

  • Focus on values
  • Enhanced Curriculum
  • Constant improvement
  • Soliciting feedback
  • Training 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this course, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Module 1: What is bullying?

  • You will be introduced to the concept of bullying
  • You will have a grasp of the criteria for a behaviour to be considered bullying
  • You will learn what forms of bullying have been dealt with
  • You will be given an insight into who is at risk of bullying

Module 2: What is Cyberbullying?

  • Cyberbullying is a form of bullying, in that it causes harm to the victim. However, there are distinctive behaviours that are not normally associated with traditional bullying.
  • The latest statistics on Internet usage by children give key insights as to why the cyberbullying rate is increasing.
  • Cyberbullies use social media platforms for bullying purposes, precisely because of their inherent “socialness'.
  • If your child has been cyberbullied, they will most likely show signs distinctive to cyberbullying victims.

Module 3: Why children bully

  • Bullies can be profiled based on their typical behavioural characteristics, which helps to identify potential bullies.
  • Anyone can be a bully, regardless of age, appearance and gender.
  • Examining a bully's background helps us to identify the emotions that they may feel, but that does not invalidate their wrongdoing.
  • Participating in a certain social group whose purpose is to be powerful in the school community can be a reason why some children become bullies against their morals.

Module 4: Short and long term effects of bullying and how to spot the signs of bullying

  • Being a bully could be a way to assert power and gain reputation as a child, but the long term consequences can be the exact opposite.
  • In many cases of bullying, the victim will start believing that they deserved such treatment.
  • Dealing with the emotional trauma that bullying puts on its victims can elicit direct physical responses.
  • Adults who experienced bullying in their childhood are more likely to have depression and anxieties later in life.

Module 5: What can parents do if their child is being bullied?

  • Mental preparations and emotionally distancing yourself from the child's problem will help you to solve it.
  • Being understanding of the pain of a child who has been bullied and not passing judgment or blame is critical.
  • When children resolve bullying problems on their own rather than having the parent resolve it for them, they gain self-confidence.
  • Role playing games are a very effective way to help your child prepare for when they next encounter the bully.

Module 6: What to do if your child is a bully?

  • The importance of mental preparation for parents before implementing corrective actions to their child's behaviour is critical.
  • Teaching empathy helps children overcome aggressive tendencies and prevents them from repeating bullying behaviours.
  • Parents actively helping their children in correcting bullying behaviour will help them feel less ashamed and will also deepen the parent-child bond.
  • Children will notice discrepancies between parent's words and actions and will use this as a basis to invalidate parental advice.

Module 7: Teacher’s perspective on bullying in schools

  • Why teachers should be observant if they do notice bullying behaviour, as it is their duty to stop it immediately.
  • After the immediate action needed to stop the bullying, the teacher has a duty to report and follow up the case.
  • Bullying happens in almost any school, but the types of bullying and the reasons differ.
  • Teachers should also take the lead in discussing new school policies, as well as not being afraid to challenge ineffective ones.

Module 8: Identity-based bullying & special cases

  • Why improper understanding of societal rules or lack of knowledge about key issues are the culprits, when it comes to bullying.
  • The importance of being open minded and allowing children to express themselves in whichever way they choose.
  • Why it is hard for non-transgender students to imagine what potential issues could be, as well as their motivation for wanting to change gender.
  • Why racist or radically nationalistic ideas are often as a result of family beliefs and wrong ideas that get transferred to the child.

Module 9: The Equality Act 2010

  • The Equality Act 2010 generally distinguishes between six forms of discrimination, each covered under a section of the act.
  • The law prohibits schools from engaging in all forms of discrimination against pupils, in relation to their admission, provision of education, provision of access to facilities, benefits or services.
  • The Equality Act 2010 defines a set of “protected characteristics', which each individual possesses and cannot be discriminated based on them.
  • Some forms of discrimination are not prohibited under the Equality Act 2010, if they were done in good faith and “with proportionate means to achieve a legitimate aim'.

Module 10: Government & Ofsted guidance on tackling bullying in schools

  • There are a number of Acts, Laws and Regulations that schools and teachers must adhere to, in regard to tackling bullying.
  • All schools must show due regard, when making decisions that affect day to day activities.
  • All schools must produce their own anti-bullying policy and take an active approach to inform parents about its contents.
  • All schools are also obliged to have a carefully planned strategy, in relation to their anti-bullying policy.

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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About this Course

Study Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course and get a better understanding of bullying and how to prevent it

Our Certificate in Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Course provides a general overview on the topic of bullying in primary and secondary schools including knowledge, statistics and advice required in order to be able to understand the topic and effectively deal with bullying incidents.

From learning about what bullying is and why children feel the need to bully other children to modern concepts such as cyberbullying. The course includes an in-depth overview of the legal frameworks that protect children in schools as well as analysis of the laws and government guidance that are applicable to cases of bullying.

Bullying is a complex problem that requires active involvement of the entire school community. It also requires that fundamental knowledge on the issue is in place so that meaningful discussions between pupils, parents and teachers are held.

The Certificate in Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention course has been developed with pupils, parents and teachers in mind and provides all the necessary knowledge required to tackle the bullying in schools issue. Taking the course and working on the additional exercises will assure that you will be better prepared to respond in situations where bullying is present.

The additional information that is included on the legal side of bullying will give you a broad understanding of the most important Acts and Regulations and you will know how to talk to school teachers and governors if your child has been a victim of bullying. In particular, the course focuses on discussing special cases of bullying that include disability-based bullying, as well as homophobic, transphobic, racist and other prejudice-based bullying.

Parents will particularly benefit from taking the course as it also gives extensive advice on dealing with bullying and supporting your child should they be affected, including guidance on how to talk to your child and the activities you can engage in together.

Our Special Educational Needs Online Courses also touches on the need to be tolerant and open-minded and the values and ideas that need to be instilled in children by teachers and parents to prevent bullying occurring in the first place.

What will you learn with our Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course?

  • An introduction to the concept of school bullying
  • How to tell if a child has been bullied based on a specific set of criteria
  • Which areas of schools are preferred arenas for bullying
  • What cyberbullying is and how to stay safe and protect a child’s online presence
  • What is identity-based bullying and special cases of bullying
  • The behavioral characteristics and beliefs of a bully
  • The reasons and motivations why a child becomes a bully
  • What are the short and long term effects of bullying on the involved children
  • Actions that parents can take if their child has been bullied
  • How to correct a bully’s behaviour
  • What are the life circumstances that may cause some children to become bullies
  • What is the teacher’s responsibility in bullying incidents
  • What is discrimination under Equality Act 2010
  • How schools implement Government and Ofsted guidelines in order to prevent bullying

Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course - Requirements

The Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Course Fast Facts:

  1. Learn the fundamentals of fighting bullying
  2. Comprehensive 10 module Accredited Certificate in Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course 
  3. Study along with simple instructions & demonstrations
  4. Written and developed by leading psychology and anti-bullying experts
  5. Receive one-on-one online help & support
  6. Unlimited, lifetime access to online course
  7. Certificate of completion awarded with passing score for the online assessment
  8. Study at your own pace with no rigid class timetables, 24/7 from any computer or smart device

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device.

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Anti-Bullying and Bullying Prevention Online Course Outline

Module 1: What is bullying?

Student Learnings:

  • You will be introduced to the concept of bullying
  • You will have a grasp of the criteria for a behavior to be considered bullying
  • You will learn what forms of bullying have been dealt with

Introduction to the concept of bullying

In the last two decades, there has been a surge of interest in the subject of bullying. It is, though, not a modern phenomenon.

  • The 1970s
  • The definition in the following years

Elements of bullying

The basic characteristics of behavior that can be classified as bullying are commonly agreed upon in research. These basic elements, according to Olweus, are damage, purpose, repetition, and a power imbalance.

  • Harm
  • Intention
  • Repetitiveness
  • Imbalance of power or strength

Issues with definition and areas of attention

When it comes to describing bullying conduct, there is no pattern. Many can ignore this as irrelevant to solving the problem – after all, it's just a matter of semantics, right? However, scholars, psychologists, and educators tend to believe that the word "bullying" is too broad and ambiguous, and that it is controversial, with the following elements in need of clarification.

  • The definition of bullying within a school’s own anti-bullying policy
  • Labelling the behaviors – user-friendly definitions for students
  • Labelling parties
  • Explore adolescents’ definition of bullying

Forms of bullying and who is at risk

Bullying can take many types, the most common of which are physical and psychological. However, this difference is just subjective since most bullying is a combination of the two – physical bullying has a psychological impact by itself.

  • Who is affected by bullying?

Severity and relevance of the problem with bullying

Bullying can take many types, the most common of which are physical and psychological. However, this difference is just subjective since most bullying is a combination of the two – physical bullying has a psychological impact by itself.

  • Corporal punishment

Module 2: What is Cyberbullying?

Student Learnings:

  • Cyberbullying is a form of bullying, in that it causes harm to the victim. However, there are distinctive behaviors that are not normally associated with traditional bullying.
  • The latest statistics on internet usage by children give key insights as to why the cyberbullying rate is increasing.

Introduction

Technology pervades almost every part of our everyday lives in the modern digital age. Whereas in the past, face-to-face interaction was needed, the online space is now transforming the way people work, socialize, and meet one another. Children and young adults are early adopters of emerging technologies, and these "developments" are altering how they communicate online.

Statistics

This pattern is confirmed in a new study released in 2014 by Ofcom (UK Office of Communications), which also includes staggering figures on internet use by children and young adults.

  • Motives
  • Family background

Why online?

Cyberbullying and traditional face-to-face bullying have a lot in common. Over all, cyberbullying is just a modern variation of conventional bullying. There are a few main variations, though, that may explain its rising appeal.

Cyberbullying on Social Media

Hurtful remarks are sent or posted. Children and teens often post photos and videos of themselves on Instagram and YouTube, and since these internet sites are available to everyone in the world, a suspicious entity on the other side of the world might potentially discover the personal information.

  • Perpetrating rumors in the online space
  • Spreading compromising images and videos
  • Creating a fake profile with the intent to impersonate
  • Accessing online account without permission or hacking

Cyberbullying via mobile and email

Given the fact that much cyberbullying today takes place on social media, trolls do not shy away from manipulating SMS posts. This is largely due to the simplicity of which anyone's phone number can be searched using telephone directories and the Internet. Sending aggressive messages and calling at inconvenient hours from a private number until the phone number is collected.

Cyberbullying in online gaming

Cyberbullying can exist in online gaming communities, which is worth noting. Games like World of Warcraft and League of Legends, which are online multiplayer games set in fantasy worlds, are becoming increasingly common among today's teens.

How to spot the signs if your child is bullied online?

  • Extremely private
  • Unknown numbers in their phone list
  • Signs of anxiety right after texting or checking their social media
  • Depressive episodes and isolation from online devices
  • Important

Staying safe online

Prevention and security, as with most activities in life, are the keys to mitigating harmful outcomes – and keeping healthy online is no exception.

  • Parental controls in browsers
  • Parental applications on mobile devices
  • Privacy settings in social media

Keep yourself and your child informed

Despite the fact that most internet services used by children have stringent rules restricting what is appropriate to post, it is not rare to see children posting offensive photos that could lift an eyebrow but may also draw a possible cyberbully.

Module 3: Why children bully

Student Learnings:

  • Bullies can be profiled based on their typical behavioral characteristics, which helps to identify potential bullies.
  • Anyone can be a bully, regardless of age, appearance and gender.
  • Examining a bully’s background helps us to identify the emotions that they may feel, but that does not invalidate their wrongdoing.

Introduction

Bullying is not a recent phenomenon; it has existed since the beginning of time. However, we have never had to see such an unprecedented incidence of bullying among children in schools, and the rate is unfortunately continuing to increase.

The Bully Profile

When asked to describe a traditional bully profile, most people envision a troubled-looking kid who participates in athletics and sticks out with the school's rowdy gang in the backyard. However, appearances can be deceiving, and it's important to note that anybody, regardless of age, appearance, or gender, can be a bully.

  • Reasons
  • Life circumstances as potential causes

Person bullies seldom bully solely for the sake of bullying and not pushed by an outside group of adults – there is often a combination of latent emotional factors that children seek to unleash in the act of bullying.

  • New sibling
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Relocation
  • Changes in household income
  • Family fallouts and arguments 

Module 4: Short- and long-term effects of bullying and how to spot the signs of bullying

Student Learnings:

  • Being a bully could be a way to assert power and gain reputation as a child, but the long-term consequences can lead to the exact opposite.
  • In many cases of bullying, the victim will start believing that they deserved such treatment.
  • Dealing with the emotional trauma that bullying puts on its victims can elicit direct physical responses.

Introduction

Bullying is described as a pattern of repeated and persistent abuse, which is especially prevalent in school social circles. Although some people believe that bullying is natural and almost a rite of passage in the school world, others believe that the consequences will last a lifetime and impact a person's adult life.

  • Short term effects for the victim
  • Long term consequences for the victim
  • Short term effects on the bully
  • Long term consequences for the bully

Signs of bullying

Bullying can quickly pass under a parent's radar when children are afraid to share their traumatic experiences for fear of being judged or not being loved in the same manner as their peers. Children who are not subjected to bullying or other serious issues are usually happy, optimistic, and energetic.

Module 5: What can parents do if their child is being bullied?

Student Learnings:

  • Emotional preparation and distancing yourself from the child’s problem will help you to solve it.
  • When a child has been bullied, expressing understanding of the child’s pain and not passing judgment or blame is critical.

Introduction

According to statistics, about half of all children will experience bullying at some point in their lives, whether as a survivor or as a bully.

  • Mental Preparation
  • Talking to a child who has been bullied
  • Talking to a child who has been cyberbullied
  • Deciding together on next actions
  • Be your child’s best friend

A child usually only needs a companion and some positive reinforcement. Although it can sound odd in some parent-child relationships, behaving as a supportive friend when the child feels embarrassed to join their normal peer group is a way to cross the generational divide.

  • Teach your child about social dynamics
  • Call it out
  • Go with it
  • Ignore it

Participate in role playing games

Role-playing games are a perfect way to help the kid plan for the next time they have to deal with a bully. Real-life scenarios are likely to boost a child ’s self - esteem.

  • Practice assertiveness exercises
  • Encourage them to play sports

What can you do in serious cases of bullying?

Supporting and educating a child how to avoid bullying could not be enough in more serious cases of bullying.

  • Talking with the bully’s parents

Further actions

  • Contacting the school
  • What if the school can’t help?
  • Legal Action

Module 6: What to do if your child is a bully?

Student Learnings:

  • The importance of mental preparation for parents before implementing corrective actions to their child’s behavior is critical.
  • Teaching empathy helps children overcome aggressive tendencies and prevents them from repeating bullying behaviors.

Introduction

Children seem to mostly mature too quickly, and before they know it, they have developed into feeling and reasoning entities with their own minds. Every parent wishes for their child to have a safe and carefree life, excel in education, and treat others with dignity.

How to talk to your child about being a bully

  • Initiating the talk
  • Next steps
  • Activities you can do with your child
  • Role play
  • Things you can do
  • Evaluate domestic stress levels

Check your child’s mental health

A child may have an underlying mental disorder that has gone untreated until now in extremely unusual circumstances. Parents with children with undiagnosed disabilities can be discouraged if their attempts to correct bullying behavior in their children fail, despite the fact that they have done whatever they can.

Encouragement

As the task of correcting bullying conduct is not easy for any of the parents, praise will work wonders for children. The value of recognition and positive affirmation cannot be overstated.

Module 7: Teachers' perspective on bullying in schools

Student Learnings:

  • Why teachers should be observant if they do notice bullying behavior, as it is their duty to stop it immediately.
  • After the immediate action needed to stop the bullying, the teacher has a duty to report and follow up the case.

Introduction

Without a question, the adults who have the most influence over our children outside of the home are their teachers. An excellent teacher can encourage, empower, and build the perfect setting for fruitful and fun school days. Teachers are often involved in controversies, debates, and bullying cases.

  • Where can bullying occur in the school?
  • How should teachers handle bullying incidents?

Teachers’ responsibility to prevent bullying

While it is difficult for teachers to actively track when their students partake in bullying, they should take constructive action, in collaboration with their colleagues, to ensure that such events do not occur.

  • Policies and guidelines
  • Discussions in class
  • Discussions with colleagues
  • Anti-bullying presentations

Module 8: Identity-based bullying & special cases

Student Learnings:

  • Why improper understanding of societal rules or lack of knowledge about key issues are the culprits, when it comes to bullying.
  • The importance of being open minded and allowing children to express themselves in whichever way they choose.

Introduction

Owing to the age gap and the extent of student self-awareness, this module is divided into primary and secondary school sections. Specific bullying situations are more common in elementary school, where children are still developing, whereas other forms of bullying are more common among middle school pupils, who act more like young adults with a full understanding of the situation.

  • Primary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Racial or ethnical bullying
  • Religious bullying
  • Children of migrants or refugees
  • Students bullying a teacher
  • Teacher bullying a student

False accusation

A deliberate false allegation of bullying in which a student knows he or she was not harassed but maintains that bullying occurred may be called bullying in and of itself. It is not just allegations of verbal abuse; the individual could fabricate the most heinous physical assault tale and behave as though it actually existed.

Reverse bullying

If wrongly accusing another student wasn't bad enough, the idea of reverse bullying would leave you dizzy. Reverse bullying is a case in which a student extorts another student by threatening to wrongly accuse the person of bullying if their demands are not met.

Module 9: The Equality Act 2010

Student Learnings:

  • The Equality Act 2010 generally distinguishes between six forms of discrimination, each covered under a section of the act.
  • The law prohibits schools from engaging in all forms of discrimination against pupils, in relation to their admission, provision of education, provision of access to facilities, benefits or services.

Introduction

Addressing the various facets of bullying will be incomplete without a legal background and how schools are judged when it comes to bullying management. Following the values articulated in the Equality Act 2010, primary and secondary schools in the UK are required to write a well-defined and encouraged anti-bullying strategy.

Equality Act 2010

Types of discrimination

The law describes a collection of "protected attributes" that each citizen embodies in order to encompass certain facets of a person's identity. It also specifies that discrimination based on one or more of these covered features is forbidden.

  • Objective justification
  • Exceptions and Special Considerations

Module 10: Government & Ofsted guidance on tackling bullying in schools

Student Learnings:

  • There are a number of Acts, Laws and Regulations that schools and teachers must adhere to, in regard to tackling bullying.
  • All schools must show due regard, when making decisions that affect day to day activities.

Introduction

Bullying and harassment is a challenging subject that cannot be avoided until the relevant actors take an aggressive stand against it and collaborate collaboratively to foster tolerance and discourage any illegal bullying on school grounds.

Governmental Requirements

The previous module has already addressed the arrangements that must be made under such exceptional circumstances, as well as whether it is appropriate for a child to be discriminated against under a legitimate situation known as ‘objective reason.' Nevertheless, the Equality Act of 2010 may not be the only body of legislation that must be followed by schools and students.

  • Due regard under The Public Sector Equality Duty (part of the Equality Act 2010)
  • Anti-bullying policy under The Education and Inspections Act 2006
  • Anti-bullying strategy under the Independent School Standard Regulations 2014
  • Safeguarding children and young people under the Children Act 1989
  • Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) Guidance
  • Ofsted reports and recommendations

Recommendations to schools

  • Focus on values
  • Enhanced Curriculum
  • Constant improvement
  • Soliciting feedback
  • Training 

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete this course, receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Module 1: What is bullying?

  • You will be introduced to the concept of bullying
  • You will have a grasp of the criteria for a behaviour to be considered bullying
  • You will learn what forms of bullying have been dealt with
  • You will be given an insight into who is at risk of bullying

Module 2: What is Cyberbullying?

  • Cyberbullying is a form of bullying, in that it causes harm to the victim. However, there are distinctive behaviours that are not normally associated with traditional bullying.
  • The latest statistics on Internet usage by children give key insights as to why the cyberbullying rate is increasing.
  • Cyberbullies use social media platforms for bullying purposes, precisely because of their inherent “socialness'.
  • If your child has been cyberbullied, they will most likely show signs distinctive to cyberbullying victims.

Module 3: Why children bully

  • Bullies can be profiled based on their typical behavioural characteristics, which helps to identify potential bullies.
  • Anyone can be a bully, regardless of age, appearance and gender.
  • Examining a bully's background helps us to identify the emotions that they may feel, but that does not invalidate their wrongdoing.
  • Participating in a certain social group whose purpose is to be powerful in the school community can be a reason why some children become bullies against their morals.

Module 4: Short and long term effects of bullying and how to spot the signs of bullying

  • Being a bully could be a way to assert power and gain reputation as a child, but the long term consequences can be the exact opposite.
  • In many cases of bullying, the victim will start believing that they deserved such treatment.
  • Dealing with the emotional trauma that bullying puts on its victims can elicit direct physical responses.
  • Adults who experienced bullying in their childhood are more likely to have depression and anxieties later in life.

Module 5: What can parents do if their child is being bullied?

  • Mental preparations and emotionally distancing yourself from the child's problem will help you to solve it.
  • Being understanding of the pain of a child who has been bullied and not passing judgment or blame is critical.
  • When children resolve bullying problems on their own rather than having the parent resolve it for them, they gain self-confidence.
  • Role playing games are a very effective way to help your child prepare for when they next encounter the bully.

Module 6: What to do if your child is a bully?

  • The importance of mental preparation for parents before implementing corrective actions to their child's behaviour is critical.
  • Teaching empathy helps children overcome aggressive tendencies and prevents them from repeating bullying behaviours.
  • Parents actively helping their children in correcting bullying behaviour will help them feel less ashamed and will also deepen the parent-child bond.
  • Children will notice discrepancies between parent's words and actions and will use this as a basis to invalidate parental advice.

Module 7: Teacher’s perspective on bullying in schools

  • Why teachers should be observant if they do notice bullying behaviour, as it is their duty to stop it immediately.
  • After the immediate action needed to stop the bullying, the teacher has a duty to report and follow up the case.
  • Bullying happens in almost any school, but the types of bullying and the reasons differ.
  • Teachers should also take the lead in discussing new school policies, as well as not being afraid to challenge ineffective ones.

Module 8: Identity-based bullying & special cases

  • Why improper understanding of societal rules or lack of knowledge about key issues are the culprits, when it comes to bullying.
  • The importance of being open minded and allowing children to express themselves in whichever way they choose.
  • Why it is hard for non-transgender students to imagine what potential issues could be, as well as their motivation for wanting to change gender.
  • Why racist or radically nationalistic ideas are often as a result of family beliefs and wrong ideas that get transferred to the child.

Module 9: The Equality Act 2010

  • The Equality Act 2010 generally distinguishes between six forms of discrimination, each covered under a section of the act.
  • The law prohibits schools from engaging in all forms of discrimination against pupils, in relation to their admission, provision of education, provision of access to facilities, benefits or services.
  • The Equality Act 2010 defines a set of “protected characteristics', which each individual possesses and cannot be discriminated based on them.
  • Some forms of discrimination are not prohibited under the Equality Act 2010, if they were done in good faith and “with proportionate means to achieve a legitimate aim'.

Module 10: Government & Ofsted guidance on tackling bullying in schools

  • There are a number of Acts, Laws and Regulations that schools and teachers must adhere to, in regard to tackling bullying.
  • All schools must show due regard, when making decisions that affect day to day activities.
  • All schools must produce their own anti-bullying policy and take an active approach to inform parents about its contents.
  • All schools are also obliged to have a carefully planned strategy, in relation to their anti-bullying policy.

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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29.  How will I contact Courses For Success if I have any questions?

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Course Summary

Course ID: 070NSA6
Delivery Mode: Online
Access: Unlimited lifetime
Time: Study at your own pace
Duration: 15 Hours
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate of Completion

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