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Bullying Prevention Training Center
Bullying Prevention Continuing Education Course
New! Learn how to take a public health approach to bullying prevention and earn continuing education.
The Bullying Prevention Training Module Presentation is a research-based resource that can help you lead bullying prevention efforts in your local community.
Organizing a Community Event
The Community Action Toolkit includes materials to create a community event using the research, ideas and bullying prevention and response strategies that you learned about in the Training Module.
Working with Stakeholders
The User Guides are tailored to 11 audiences that play a critical role in bullying prevention and include information for delivering this training.
Trainings for Educators and School Bus Drivers
The National Center of Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) offers bullying prevention training toolkits filled with research-based, user friendly materials trainers can use for events and workshops. Each Training Toolkit includes a step-by-step facilitator's guide, a customizable power point presentation, handouts, and feedback form.
Learn From Others
The Take Action Today booklet features stories of how different community leaders are working hard to prevent bullying in their schools and their communities.
Evidence Review of Bullying Prevention Strategies
The “Strengthen the Evidence Base for Maternal and Child Health (SEMCH) Programs” is a Health Resources and Services Administration-funded initiative that aims to support state Maternal and Child Health(MCH) Title V programs in developing evidence-based or evidence-informed State Action Plans in responding to the National Outcome Measures, National Performance Measures, and State Performance Measures to facilitate the transformation of the MCH Title V Block Grant program. SEMCH recently released an evidence review of the current literature on strategies to address bullying. Although the intended audience for these briefs is Title V state health departments, the information has broad applicability to any individual or organization interested in bullying prevention. You can access to 3-page brief on the SEMCH website, as well as the full report.
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