Our personal and social education courses are popular with education providers including schools, colleges, and pupil referral units across the UK, helping young people to make a better start in life. Noble Training Solutions provides courses which aim to standardise practice with all teachers and classes, developing attitudes, values, and skills.
In order to standardise practice across teachers and classes in schools and colleges, there are a number of Aspects that must be followed. ACCAC, the curriculum authority for Wales (part of the Welsh Assembly Government from 1 April 2006) published these Aspects in the PSE Framework (2000). While it is not compulsory for schools to use the framework, they are expected to use schemes of work for the development of attitudes, values, and skills.
For each Key Stage, learning outcomes for Knowledge and Understanding are set in each of the Aspects. Additionally, learning outcomes for the development of Attitudes, Values, and Skills are prescribed across all Aspects. Our courses can be age specific and for school/college referrals.
The course raises an understanding of the background and potential risks associated with dealing with potentially violent people. You will learn skills to conduct a 'Dynamic Risk Assessment' and to manage your own verbal and non-verbal skills in order to calm confrontations.
Our first aid courses are highly practical and participative, yet extremely competitive with EFAW. Courses for 12 people are price inclusive of all course materials and accredited certification.
Many people are now taking a long break from education or work to explore other cultures and seek new adventures. In addition, students are away from home for the first time in universities and colleges. With an increasingly problematic world, people need to be adaptable to different environments. This course prepares the student/traveller with a variety of skills in order for them to be more confident in facing the challenges before them.
We help organisations who work with children to understand and help children with issues of self-harm and anger management. We do this by helping them find the source of the issues and work out coping strategies, much like CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy).
There are many misconceptions surrounding why young people self-harm. The reality is that self-harm is not a mental illness, nor is it an attempt to commit suicide. It doesn't just affect girls, boys self-harm too, but they are much less likely to tell anyone about it. We know that young people from all walks of life self-harm, regardless of their social or ethnic background.
Self-harm is not a fashion fad, nor is it merely attention seeking behaviour.
Most importantly, it is not easy for a young person to stop self-harming behaviour. There are multiple awareness campaigns designed to get people talking and help to reduce the stigma attached to self-harming, which often prevents many young people from seeking help. You can follow the charity Young Minds campaign on Twitter via #selfharm and find out more about the campaign on each of the charities websites.