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Aug 17 2024


15-minute break.
9:30 am - 12:45 pm





Creating a Culture of Child Safety

In this workshop you will learn about…

– Why we need to teach sexual health education early

– What schools should be offering our primary aged children in terms of sexual abuse prevention

– Effective ways to teach, when/what to say based on their brain development

– Common myths of sexual abuse & Types of sexual abuse

–  Statistics & Who commits sexual abuse? & Incidences of reporting

– The difference between a pedophile and molester & The profile of a predator

– Stages of grooming a child & What transfer of responsibility looks like

– Patterns of disclosure & Why kids don’t disclose

– Normal sexual behaviour for preschool and primary aged kids

– Signs and symptoms of child sexual abuse

– Trouble-shooting sexualized behaviours & Prevention Strategies

– Culture of Accountability & Resource


Kerri Isham is a knowledgeable, experienced and passionate educator, coach and facilitator dedicated to excellence and committed to the empowerment of people of all ages. Currently, she runs her own company called Power Up Education specializing in sexual health education for preschool to Grade 12. Her three main areas of focus are sexual abuse prevention, supporting children, youth and adults with support needs and the impact of pornography viewing on children and youth.


Suitable for child care providers, child care workforce, and parents.


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  • Capacity: Spaces Available
  • Is this a single event or an ongoing course?: Single Event
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