Achieving Bronze

Get Rights Respecting work off to the best start in your school

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As schools across the UK prepare to close, we will be scaling back our face-to-face training and assessments until further notice.

This course is an introduction the Award and to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

If your school has recently registered for the Award then you will find this course is particularly well suited to your needs. The aim of this course is to arm you with strategies to involve and inform all members of your school community and work quickly and effectively towards the first stage of the Award, Bronze: Rights Committed.

Objectives of the day:

  1. To know and understand the context and status of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
  2. To be empowered to talk about and promote rights with adults and children
  3. To understand the process of becoming a Rights Respecting School
  4. To identify initial actions to get your school to the first stage of the Award, Bronze: Rights Committed

How to book

Course duration: 1 day (usually 10am to 4pm)
Cost: £170 per day per person. This includes refreshment, lunch and all course materials

Please note that if you are unable to attend the course and request a refund you may only receive a partial refund due to a change in Eventbrite’s charges. Contact rrsa@unicef.org.uk for more details.

The course runs across the year at several locations in the UK.

Find out when the next course is taking place in your region and book below.

This [course] has really helped put everything from the online module into context and has given me a lot more confidence talking about the CRC.
Course Participant, Achieving Bronze

London

Central Region

Birmingham

18 November 2020

North East

North West

 

 

Northern Ireland

Belfast

25 September 2020

For information about training sessions in Northern Ireland, please contact rrsa@unicef.org.uk.

Scotland

Stirling

30 September 2020

 

 

 

 

South West

 

 

Wales