Youth Connect education forum on respect, consent and wellbeing

Youth Connect education forum on respect, consent and wellbeing

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Hectorville Sports and Community Club

31 Fisher Street

Magill, SA 5072

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Education forum on consent, respect and wellbeing for teachers, wellbeing coordinators and leaders

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Youth Connect - Education Forum on Respect, Consent and Wellbeing.

The Forum brings together thought leaders, who share their research, insights and strategies for contemporary respect, consent and wellbeing education for children and young people.

Who Should Attend

School Leaders, Wellbeing Coordinators, HPE Curriculum teachers, and Youth Workers.

Speakers:

Dr. Justin Coulson - Founder of Happy Families - 'Respect and Empathy' - guiding children to become strong, caring, whole adults.

Dr. Justin Coulson is a co-host and parenting expert on Channel 9's "Parental Guidance", the founder of happyfamiles.com.au, and one of Australia’s most trusted parenting experts and authors.

Dr. Tessa Opie - Founder and director of inyourskin® - 'Healthy and Consenting Sex-Positive Relationships' - understanding gendered stereotypes, coercion and power imbalances.

Dr. Tessa Opie is the founder and director of in your skin® and an advocate for healthy and consenting relationships. She has extensive experience facilitating education and training across government, not-for-profit, and private sectors.

Nicky Sloss - from eSafety Commissioner - 'Respectful relationships in an online context'.

Nicky Sloss has more than 25 years of experience working alongside schools to create safe and supportive school environments. Nicky's focus in relation to a whole-school approach to online safety education includes respectful relationships, social and emotional learning, staff wellbeing, and cross-curricular collaboration.

Nicky joined the eSafety Commissioner in 2022 and is working to help support children and young people to have safer online experiences.

Helen Connolly - Commissioner for Children and Young People SA - 'Giving Children a Voice, in the classroom, at home and in the community'

Helen Connolly has 30 years of experience as a leader in human services. Helen has an active advocacy role on issues that impact the well-being of families and children, with a strong focus on early intervention and prevention strategies.

Follow-Up webinars for attendees:

ACARA

Respect and consent inclusions in the Australian Curriculum; HPE V9.

Date: 25th of October 2022 - 3:45 to 4:45 PM.

eSafety Commissioner

Critical incidents - reporting and responding.

Date: 31st of October 2022 - 3:45 to 4:45 PM.

MC: Isobel Marshall - Young Australian of the year 2021 and founder of Taboo

Welcome to country: Robert 'Kardi' Taylor - Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri and Narungga man. Kuma Kaaru Cultural Services

Lunch and morning tea included

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