The webinar will look at the opportunities and challenges surrounding online relationships and sex education.
The webinar is being held by acet UK, which looks to “transform culture by promoting healthy self-esteem, positive relationships and good sexual health”.
Hannah Witton will feature alongside BISH editor Justin Hancock and the charity’s Esteem Network Director for a roundtable discussion and Q&A period.
We are pleased to announce our first ONLINE WEBINAR about the opportunities & challenges of online RSE! With special guests & online RSE experts, Hannah Witton & Justin Hancock. To find out more and book your place: https://t.co/oeUoSnFXiE @hannahwitton @bishtraining #RSEmatters pic.twitter.com/RXrwKQirb8
— esteem acet UK (@esteem_acetUK) April 9, 2020
According to acet UK, the webinar will look into how educators can support young people during the coronavirus pandemic, and will aim to answer the question, “How do we combine our methods and content in the most effective way for young people today?”:
“Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we know many educators are considering fresh ways to try and support young people at this time. Digital technologies open up many ways to help young people learn. This webinar gives you the chance to hear from the experts in the field of online relationships and sex education.”
The webinar is set to occur on 30 April from 14.00 BST to 16.00 BST via Zoom.
Those wishing to register can purchase tickets for £30 via the official webpage.
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