Education, information and awareness is key to prevention. At CLEAR we provide a range of services, products and resources so that people of all ages can understand what abuse is, how it impacts on people and society, how to stay safe, and what to do if abuse occurs.
All our prevention and education delivery can be adapted for all age groups (eg primary and secondary schools, further and higher education establishments), organisations and businesses. We also deliver a range of Continuous Professional Development opportunities through our Centre of Excellence
Our PREW programme
PREW is interacttive and creative, using various film clips, activities and discussion. Students are supported and encouraged to safely discuss challenging relationship issues and to explore the problems that surround them and the resultions that are possible.
Our PREW courses are also avilable for adults - please get in touch for details.
Our PSP programme
PSP provides young people with information and an understanding of peer support. The interactive style of delivery gives the potential peer supporters the opportunity to explore the peer support role and unerstand what will be expected of them. The programme encourages participatory and interactive approach to learniong, being delivered through a range of individual and group activities.
We recognise that the PSP will need to meeet the needs of the school and that there may be particular issues that need to be addressed.
Our PSP courses are also avilable for adults - please get in touch for details.
We also deliver Safeguarding Training and can tailor this to cover specific scenarios that are relevant to your organisation or business.
Our delivery also includes emotional wellbeing workshops for organisations and businesses.
There are a number of national and local sources of information that provide data about domestic abuse and sexual violence. There are a number of useful local and national sources that we use on our Information and Data page.
We highly value your feedback on our service. It helps us understand what we do well, where we can make changes to improve what we do and where we can grow in terms of developing our services. You can provide us with feedback here
There are many other services, organisations and partnerships, both local and national, that provide specialised advice and support covering a range of needs and issues. If we are unable to help, are not the most appropriate service to support you, or you need additional help alongside support from CLEAR, take a look at the links and information below. They are organised into four broad categories: Children and Families, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence, Health and Wellbeing, Other Advice and Information. An additional category has been added for specific advice for the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic