Peer Education

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Girlguiding’s Peer Education scheme is a great way to gain skills in areas ranging from communication to presentation and facilitation.

Our Peer Educators do an amazing job of helping guiding members aged 7+ to gain body confidence as part of the Free Being Me programme. It looks fantastic on your CV – and by supporting young people to feel good about themselves you can be sure that you’re part of something pretty special, too.

Peer Education is girl-led and an integral part of The Senior Section programme, tying into Look Wider programme.

Get involved

All you need to do is sign up for a free Basic Training weekend. There is no training for you to sign up to at the moment – but there will be some soon! So keep checking back.

At the Training you’ll be shown how to safely and effectively deliver fun, interactive sessions. There are people available to support you locally – your 4 Coordinator and/or Senior Section Adviser. If you want to find out who is there to help Peer Educators, please ask your local Commissioner or email 4peereducation@girlguidingnottinghamshire.org.uk

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME A PEER EDUCATOR?

Aged 14 – 26? Become a Peer Educator! You’ll gain new skills and help Brownies, Guides and the Senior Section explore important issues like mental well-being, body confidence, health and healthy relationships, through using resources like Free Being Me and Think Resilient.

Girlguiding Midlands are holding a 4 Basic Training on Friday 24th – Sunday 26th February at PGL Hillcrest, Foy, Ross-on-Wye HR9 6RD.

The trainings is free to attend. Attendees just pay the first £25 of their travel. A deposit of £25 is also required to secure your place. This will be returned at the end of the weekend. Cheques should be made payable to “The Guide Association Midlands”

To apply, just complete download an application form and return to Girlguiding Midlands, 21 Lower Church Street, Ashby-de-la-Zouch LE65 1AB.

For more information about Peer Education, visit Girlguiding’s website or speak to your local Peer Education Coordinator or Senior Section Adviser.