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Contextual approaches to vaping behaviour

30 September @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Course outline:

Children’s vaping behaviour is a key safeguarding and health concern which lends itself to contextual safeguarding as well as health education approaches. 

This webinar explores how contextual safeguarding approaches may support work to reduce and avoid the harm caused to children in contexts where vaping is commonplace, encouraged, or promoted and culturally embedded. 

How can contextual safeguarding approaches contribute to turning the tide of harm? 

Training topics will include:

  • Vaping and harm 
  • What we know about children’s vaping behaviour 
  • Contextual safeguarding approaches 
  • The contexts of children’s vaping behaviour 
  • Finding a way forward. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Deepen your understanding of vaping harms and harms specific to children’s vaping behaviour 
  • Refresh understanding of contextual safeguarding approaches and how such approaches can support health education programmes 
  • Support application of contextual safeguarding approaches to the challenge of harmful vaping behaviour in children. 

Audience: Safeguarding practitioners, pastoral support workers, Safeguarding leads and deputies, Preventative education workers, Health education workers, Youth workers

Unable to attend? A post webinar recording will be available for purchase. 

Platform: Zoom (online) – webinar

Cost:

  • SACPA/BSA/HIEDA Member Rate: £90
  • SACPA/BSA/HIEDA Additional Full Member Fee: £45
  • BSA Affiliate Member Rate: £90
  • BSA Additional Affiliate Member Fee: £45
  • Non-member Rate: £180*

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Details

Date:
30 September
Time:
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Event Category:

Organiser

The Safeguarding and Child Protection Association
Phone
+44 (0)207 798 1585
Email
info@sacpa.org.uk
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Venue

Virtual – Zoom
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