Sefton Sexual Health Promotion Team
Regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19), all Sexual Health Promotion activity is currently suspended. We won’t be accepting any new referrals until normal service resumes.
We do apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
The team all hold the fpa Sexual Health Training the Trainers qualification. Together, they bring a range of experience working in different community support and education sectors including health promotion.
Training and development on sexual health is available for all Sefton organisations
To contact the Sefton Health Promotion Team
please call the team on: 01695 656550
or email email@example.com
Training for professionals (Workforce Development)
The Sefton Sexual Health Service Promotion Team is available to deliver training specific to your organisation’s needs, or we can deliver a more generic sexual health awareness session. It depends on the training time available and the level of specialisation you wish to train your workers to.
We are currently undergoing a quality assurance process with our training programmes and some are already kitemarked by Open Award Badge of Excellence
These training course include the following;
C Card training
Organisations who wish to participate in the Sefton C Card Scheme (community condom distribution for young people aged between 13 and 19) can get started up by accessing a two hour start up training session. All condoms and supporting resources are supplied.
A 6 week programme for parents devised in partnership with Sefton Family Wellbeing Service. This course aims to increase parent’s confidence in being comfortable talking to their children about relationships and sex. Evidence shows that this can be protective for young people and can lower the chance of them engaging in high risky behaviours.
Sexual Health and Young People
A training package based solely around the needs of young people in relation to sexual health. The aim of the training is to support professionals who work with young people address the issues around sexual health and keeping themselves safe. The package contains 4 workshops each one themed around topics relevant to young people.
Sexual Health for workers supporting people with LD
A training session for those who support people with Learning Difficulties. This course aims to explore how to support people in their right to have romantic and sexual relationships. Content looks at how to do this safely in terms of understanding consent, the meaning of relationships and accessing sexual health services.
Support for Schools to be ready for statutory RSE
Sefton Sexual Health is commissioned to work with School Health to support the quality assurance of PHSE in Sefton schools.
This support could be presenting at governors or parent’s meetings, sharing of curriculum contact with PHSE leads to Inset training for designated staff.
Groupwork with young people or other vulnerable and at risk groups
This training can be a one off session (part of a course on health or life skills), or preferably we could deliver a more developmental programme lasting five to six weeks.
Subjects could include, consent, STI prevention, contraception choices, healthy relationships.
In addition to our own generic 6 week programme delivered for young people, the team can also offer Outside the Box. This is a personal development programme about sex and relationships for young people that aims to prevent sexual exploitation. It is specifically targeted at vulnerable young people and has been developed by the Sex Education Forum and National Children’s Bureau through funding from Comic Relief.
Here is our calendar of training events (insert link). Please contact Tel. 01695 656550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries or booking
Sexual Health Campaigns – Sefton Sexual Health Promotion Team deliver themed campaigns four times a year.
Here is an outline of the Campaign Planner for 2019.
|April – June||Summer (sun, sea, sand & sex – safe holidaying)||Social Media
|July – Sept||STI prevention (incorporating National Sexual Health Week in September)||Social Media
|Oct – Dec||HIV Awareness||Social Media
|Jan- March||LARC promotion||Social Media
If you would like a briefing for any future campaigns and information on where you can find resources please contact email@example.com