Boundary Training for Public Schools: Creating a Culture of Safety

We are committed to supporting your school district in providing the safest and most inclusive learning experience for all your students to help them excel in life and reach their true potential. 

Effective and appropriate boundaries between staff and students are fundamental to having the safest and most respectful school district where everyone shares the same understanding of their responsibilities.

Your school board strives to create an inspiring, challenging and stimulating learning environment in making a positive impact on your diverse community.

Our programs and services address the extraordinary and complex challenges associated with a diverse district.

When educating staff about safety, policies and training must reflect the unique and complex challenges your school district faces. The information provided needs to be delivered in a way that is easily understood by all who support your community and leaves no opportunity for misunderstanding. Boundary Training should be relatable and specific, to address any situation that may arise to create a Culture of Safety within your public school environment.

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Audiences - Boundary Training for Public Schools: Creating a Culture of Safety

The SOS ThreeSixty training program is intended for all public school staff, including:

“In 30 minutes this training creates a really healthy balance between responsibility and the privilege of working with young people – all great in my book.”

– Andy Rodford,
Deputy Head of School
St. Michaels University School, Victoria

Course Formats - Online Modules and Group Workshop

Asynchronous Online Modules

The self-paced asynchronous training presents the fundamentals of strong boundaries in a way that supports your school district and enables you to interact with your students in the most appropriate way.

The relatability of the content and specific case studies are key to its effectiveness and the content reflects public schools, empowering staff – no matter what their position in the school district – to be effective.

Key Content

  • How boundaries strengthen your public school district. 
  • The student experience and addressing student vulnerabilities.
  • How to effectively use boundaries in strengthening relationships in the classroom.
  • Classroom and behaviour management within strong boundaries.
  • Defining grooming and explaining how it often goes unnoticed.
  • Managing student and family expectations.
  • Addressing a questionable situation.
  • The importance of keeping boundaries strong throughout a student’s public school experience including outside of the classroom.

Quick Facts

  • Total training time: 30 minutes.
  • Technology needed: computer or mobile device.
  • Tracking and certificate provided.

Interactive Group Workshop For Professional Development

SOS ThreeSixty will prepare a live session that brings to life the key learnings of the asynchronous program. This session is best scheduled during a Professional Development Day to motivate staff.

Relevant and localized content will engage all members of the school district’s staff, and the workshop will reinforce and contextualize the key learnings. Participants will be able to workshop case studies and address situations that they may have experienced. These sessions work to create cohesion within a school district about these important issues.

Key Content

  • Navigating boundaries while supporting your students.
  • Tabletop exercises, case-studies and group work that addresses public school-specific situations.
  • Strategies for navigating student and family boundary scenarios.
  • Creating an inclusive environment honouring all your students needs.
  • How technology impacts boundaries.
  • Near misses and what we’ve learned.
  • Open forum for questions and discussion.

Quick Facts

  • Half-day session.
  • Offered as an interactive online group meeting or in-person workshop.
  • Participant driven questions are addressed.
  • All content specifically tailored to the public school environment.

The results :

Boundaries prevent abuse.

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