acet UK's comprehensive 4 day Esteem relationships and sex education (RSE) training course can be completed with or without accreditation.
Working with the Open College Network, acet UK can provide trainees on the 4 day course with the opportunity to achieve an accredited level 4 award, 'Teaching relationships and sex education'. This award is designed for new RSE educators to help support their development and demonstrate their capabilities in the field of RSE. Completion of this level 4 credit award requires learners to complete two small assignments based upon the Esteem training and is subject to formal assessment. If you would like to find out more about this accredited award, please email Gareth at email@example.com or get in contact via the contact form on this website.
Our 4 day RSE training course equips participants to:
- Support young people in building self-esteem
- Support young people in developing healthy relationships
- Develop confidence in talking openly and sensitively about sexual health issues
- Support young people to develop skills and resilience to deal with the influence and impact of modern technology on relationships and sex (including porn)
- Communicate to young people the importance of making healthy life choices about sex
- Plan and deliver effective, fun and interactive sessions with young people
- Apply best practice and recommended government policy guidelines
Once trained, participants will have the opportunity to become members of the Esteem network of educators.
“Excellent course! I now feel a lot more confident in talking to young people about these issues. I also learnt lots myself.”
“It taught me to be non-judgemental, and empower young people to make their own informed healthy decisions about sex without telling them what to do.”
"I personally found the course outstanding. The topics that were covered were done so comprehensively along with the additional suggested reading. I was greatly impressed with how the training reflected and modelled the teaching style we are to possess as SRE educators."