Peer Educators - Skills and topic training for brand new Peer Educators
Lorne Estate, Station Road, Craigavad, BT18 0BP
For all Girlguiding members aged 14-25 who are not currently Peer Educators
This is your chance to learn the skills to be a Peer Educator and deliver our new Gender Stereotypes topic Breaking Free. Calling all members aged 14-25!
When it comes to talking about issues they’re passionate about, girls need you. It’s been proven that you, as a young woman, can have a huge impact on girls’ lives. You bring important issues to life because you know what it’s like to be young today.
As a peer educator you’ll walk into unit meetings and deliver sessions on topics girls have told us they want to talk about. You will create a safe space for them to discuss subjects like self-esteem, mental well being and challenging gender stereotypes.
You will run activities which give them tools that will help them through the rest of their lives.
Want to find out if Peer Education is for you? Complete the e-learning at the link below and then sign up to our training!
If you have any questions, please contact our Ulster Peer Education Coordinator Roxy Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close midnight on 6 January 2019.
This residential event will be held on Saturday 2nd from 9am - Sunday 3rd February at 4pm 2019 at Lorne Estate, Holywood.