Gangs and Youth Violence eLearning
This course is uses interactive screens, real-life cases, quotes, and scenarios, as well as thought-provoking questions designed to keep the learner engaged all the way through the course.
Some of the topics include:
What is a gang?; the changing face of gangs; territoriality; social media and gangs; risk factors; domestic violence; warning signs; the roles of women and girls; racial bias; behaviour in schools; windows of opportunity for intervention; villain or victim?; authority responsibility; the importance of intervening early; what to do - parents / carers; CAF, schools, police and the community; hospitals; third sector organisations.
This is course contains different sections (see the list below).
To move between the sections - once you have successfully completed your assessment and closed the screen - go back to the course and click “continue” to access the next section.
2. Girls and Women
3. What can be done
See Learning outcomes below
• Territorial conflicts
• Roles women and girls play in gangs
• Windows of opportunity for intervention
• Racial bias
• Methods for schools to handle at-risk and disruptive students
• Role of the police, hospitals, and third sector groups in preventing gang recruitment and violence