TRC offers training sessions in collaboration with Technical University of Berlin on the common problem of bullying in schools. Sohanjana Antibullying Intervention is an antibullying Teachers’ Professional Development Program devised to control bullying and aggressive behaviours among students in educational institutions and is being developed in collaboration with the Institute of Educational Science, Technical University of Berlin and numerous professionals worldwide. University of Berlin is a public research university located in Berlin, Germany, with roots dating back to 1879 and is one of the top public universities in Germany.
This 32-hour antibullying intervention course is an initiative to educate and train teachers in identifying, standing up to, and appropriately intervening in bullying issues among students in Pakistan. It is an attempt to integrate theory into practice and contextualise it according to the needs of a Pakistani society and its conditions.
Benefits of this course
- After completing this course, participants will receive a certificate from the Department of Educational Science, Technical University of Berlin.
- Will be able to identify, stand up to, and appropriately intervene in bullying issues among students
- Become able to train other teachers and students at their institutions to stand against bullying and to create an environment that is bullying-free.
Orientation: 15 October 2022 (Saturday) 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
17 – 20 October 2022 (Monday – Thursday) 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
26 – 31 December 2022 (Monday – Saturday) 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Charges: Rs. 35,000/-
Workshop leaders: Ms. Sohni Zahid Siddiqui & Prof. Dr. Anja Schultze-Krumbholz
Who should attend: School Administrators and Secondary School Teachers (Grade V-Grade X)
Medium of instructions: English (Bilingual if needed)