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The bully, victim and bystander - March 16, 2018
16 Mar 2018 10:30 - 16 Mar 2018 15:30


The bully victim and bystander 


Date: March 16, 2018


Why you should attend? This interactive training provides a creative support programme for all professionals that work with children and young people within a school setting. This in turn allows for children and young people to become more confident develop life skills and increase their emotional resilience. This seminar will teach positive assertiveness strategies (icebreakers, games, role-plays and movie clips) for group settings or one to one with solutions to bullying. Interactive exercises, sustainable resources and tools and techniques will allow for healthy progression of each pupil.


Seminar programme

10:00                 Coffee/Registration

10:30                 Welcome & Introductions 

10:35                 Session 1: Types and methods of bullying in today’s world

11.30                 Coffee

11.45                 Session 2: Best practice Safeguarding: intervention and prevention

12:45                 Lunch

13.30                 Session 3: Brave the Rage ‘5 Step: Solutions to Personal Wellbeing’

14:30                 Tea      

14:45                 Session 4: Reflection: Emotional Resilience: Solutions to stress and anger

15:30                 Finish


Seminar Presenter: Julie K Wilkinson BSC (Hons) Sociology

Julie has over 20 years’ experience regarding intervention and prevention of vulnerable families in the UK. She trained as a Domestic Violence Crisis Counsellor in New York for Brooklyn Criminal Court and Sanctuary for Families in the South Bronx providing Court Support, Emergency Housing Protection Orders and Safety Plans.

She returned to London and became a qualified mediator for CALM, that provides solutions to conflict resolution for social housing neighbours in dispute. To ensure the empowerment of vulnerable families, she quickly became involved in community development; running large Housing Associations outreach programmes entitled ‘Life’s Better Together’. This included homework and art clubs, summer sports camps in local schools with volunteers and in partnership with Wandsworth Teenage Pregnancy Unit to provide short, sharp, intensive training workshops for teenage mums. She then moved into the youth offending world, coordinating Youth Inclusion Projects (YIPS) on behalf of Crime Concern, with large staff teams providing outreach services to prolific young offenders. She then progressed to oversee Lambeth Youth Council, providing strategic and operational co-ordination of all young peoples’ services across the Borough including Peer Inspection, Peer Education and Youth Parliament.

Running Lambeth for Domestic Violence is one of her greatest achievements, training all 8000 staff, changing Lambeth Councils HPU Policies to ensure women and their children that are victims of DV receive urgent priority for accommodation, raising of funds for Lambeth’s only DV Support Centre and co-ordination of Lambeth’s Domestic Violence Forum.

After achieving a South Bank University ‘Certificate in Teaching Practice’ and spearheading the NCB’s Peer Inspection Programme, she became Kidscape’s Bullying Intervention Training Co-ordinator (BIT) for England and Regional Trainer for London and the South East. This was on behalf of the Department of Education and rolled out over 125,000 teacher training programmes in the UK.

‘Brave the Rage’ now provides strategic, senior level consultancy and delivery of interactive and creative education based workshops for UK and Overseas to professionals, parents, children and young people. This includes practical solutions to bullying and anger management as step-by-step workshops, which in turn provide sustainable life skills for the future.

Partnerships include Boarding School Association (BSA), (SCIS) Premier League, Swiss Learning, Suffolk County Council, Essex NHS Health, Norland Nannies, Job Centre Plus, Flip Out, Essex County Council, Liverpool Hope Teacher Training University to name a few.

She is now Vice Chair for Children England (Regional Sub Group), Committee Member for Islington Domestic Violence Steering Group, CEOP Ambassador, Safeguarding Level 3 and former board member for Oakmere Community College in Liverpool. Nominated for the Institute of Directors (IOD) Director of the Year Award.



Venue: Broadway House, Tothill Street, Westminster, SW1H 9NQ 


Member £200

Non-member £250 


Broadway House, Broadway House, Tothill Street, Westminster , SW1H 9NQ, United Kingdom