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Brook has been at the forefront of providing wellbeing and sexual health support for young people for over 50 years.
Our services in local communities, our education programmes, our training for professionals and our campaigning work means that young people are better equipped to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Brook Learn - Consent

    Online Course | Brook

    Brook

    Teaching young people about consent equips them to have more safe; ethical and enjoyable sexual experiences. Our four-part course supports you to help young people to understand the law; the gender norms; stereotypes and cultural factors which may affect their ability to consent and supports them to communicate about consent with their partners.

  • Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool training – for professionals

    Training Course | Brook

    Brook

    The resource uses a traffic light tool to categorise the sexual behaviours of young people; to help professionals: make decisions about safeguarding children and young people; assess and respond appropriately to sexual behaviour in children and young people; understand healthy sexual development and distinguish it from harmful behaviour. By identifying sexual behaviours as green; amber or red; professionals across different agencies can work to the same criteria when making decisions and protect children and young people with a unified approach. This resource has been designed to help professionals think through their decisions and does not replace organisational procedures or assessment frameworks.

  • Let’s talk Period – Period Education

    Training Course | Brook

    Brook

    This training will support professionals to increase their understanding of period poverty; and will provide practical information; and strategies to build a period friendly environment within your organisation; Building on the knowledge and experience gained through our innovative Let’s Talk; Period project.

  • Teaching Relationships and Sex Educations (RSE)

    Training Course | Brook

    Brook

    This one day programme looks to support those who will be teaching mandatory RSE; It looks at the context; the government guidance; values; practice; topics; curriculum; young people’s development and creating safe spaces to explore sensitive topics such as contraception; consent and healthy relationships.

  • Managing difficult questions

    Workshop | Brook

    Brook

    This session explores how professionals can ensure a safe emotional space for young people in an RSE setting; It looks at a range of difficult questions young people might ask and appropriate ways in which professionals can respond;

  • Talking to care experienced young people about Relationships and Sex Education

    Training Course | Brook

    Brook

    This pack has been produced for carers and professionals to assist them in Talking to Care Experienced young people about sexual health. The pack provides; Planning a training event guidance; an overview of the resource and training; a workshop plan; guidance on how to deliver the training; training activity plans; further reading.

  • Online safety during lockdown

    Training Course | Brook

    Brook

    This session has been designed to help professionals (teachers; trainers; youth workers; clinicians etc.) understand the new and changing landscape for young people in relation to the online world. It explores current trends; potential harms and how to better support young people to be safe online.

  • Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool training – for professionals

    Online Course | Brook

    Brook

    Brook’s nationally recognised Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool and training provides a highly visible; multi-agency response that helps professionals to identify; understand and respond appropriately to sexual behaviours in young people. The training equips professionals to make consistent and informed decisions that neither stigmatise nor criminalise young people; and by using the Tool to identify sexual behaviours as green; orange or red; professionals across different agencies can work to the same criteria when making decisions and protect children and young people with a unified approach. Course participants will learn about healthy sexual development; understand key laws relating to sexual behaviour and gain knowledge on enabling robust and meaningful conversations around harmful sexual behaviours that cause concern. Both the Tool and the course are intended to complement existing safeguarding processes and should not be considered a replacement for organisational safeguarding procedures or assessment frameworks. 

  • Introduction to Safeguarding

    Training Course | Brook

    Brook

    This is a series of short modules intended to cover the basics of safeguarding.

Brook
81 London Road
Liverpool
L3 8JA

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