Parents as Partners is a curriculum designed to develop skills and engage the wider school community in their shared responsibility to prevent abuse and thus develop parents as partners in child protection.
KEY AUDIENCE: School Counsellors, Child Protection Team Members, Administrators
This one day institute can be added to either the Child Protection Response Team Training or the AISA Counsellors institute.
Schools will walk away with a ready to use curriculum with activities and tools to engage their parent community about how they can partner with schools to keep all children safe.
This session will cover the following topics:
- Children's rights
- Definitions and impacts of abuse
- Responding to disclosures
- Understanding grooming
- Online abuse & keeping children safe online
- Positive parenting
- Family resilience
- Communications skills
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Cancellation Date: 20th January 2020
Laurie Tasharski facilitates educator training and oversees all aspects of the ICMEC Education Portal including development, review, and creation of child protection resources for international schools and youth-serving organizations. Ms. Tasharski has worked internationally for 26 years, primarily in training and education. Prior to her work in child protection she facilitated professional development and taught in national, international, and British curriculum schools, receiving a Master of Education, First Class Honours from Trinity College, Dublin. As a contributing member of the International Task Force for Child Protection (ITFCP) she works closely with senior leaders across the international education and child protection fields and trains on a variety of child protection topics internationally.
Chanel Worsteling has over 10 years-experience supporting child protection initiatives for local and international NGO’s. She has worked in Cambodia, the Pacific, India and Kenya overseeing projects that promote the protection and well-being of children. Currently, Chanel is AISA’s Programme Coordinator for Child Protection & Well-being, developing resources and practical tools for member schools, supporting online consultation groups for AISA school counsellors and facilitating annual face-to-face training’s for educators and counsellors. Chanel has a Masters of International and Community Development and is currently completing a Masters of Counselling.REGISTER HERE
International School of Tanganyika
P.O. BOX 2651
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Visa and Health
Visitors to Tanzania require a visa unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries. Exempt countries include all those travelling with a passport from an East African Country. For other exempt countries see the new Tanzania Government eVisa website where you can also apply for an entry visa.
All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months.
Best Western Coral Beach Hotel
Physical Address: Plot 956/1412, Coral Lane, Masaki, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Phone No: +255 22 260 1928 | +255 744 287 554
Physical Address: Slipway Road, Msasani Peninsula, Dar es Salaam, TanzaniaPhone No: +255 22 260 0893 | +255 71 388 8301
DoubleTree by Hilton
Physical Address: Slipway Road, Msasani Peninsula, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Phone No: +255 22 221 0000
You can book your accommodation and airport transfers directly with the hotels listed above, either via their websites or telephone contacts.
Hotel – School Transport
The Host School will provide a shuttle to pick participants from each of the hotels listed above in the morning and provide a return trip in the evening.