Through our Show Racism the Red Card programme, we provide anti-racism training through a sports lens to primary and secondary school educators and sports clubs and associations.
The programme also includes educational resources for schools such as video resources, an education pack, factsheets, downloadable interactive resources, and online training for primary and secondary school teachers.
Training takes place through an online, self-guided programme and takes about 1 hour to complete and covers the following topics:
- Understanding Racism: We all have our views, attitudes and beliefs towards a range of issues. Whatever our viewpoint, it can shape our behaviour towards others.
- Action Against Racism: Exploring responses to racism to gain understanding that people can react in different ways to experience of racism. It is important that the reactions to racism are appropriate.
- Delivering Action: Activities which take young people through learning what is racism, where racism comes from and appropriate responses to racism. We will take you through steps where using video clips, group discussion and interactive activities, you will facilitate learning around the topic.
The online training also guides educators through some of the activities from the education pack.
Please note the Show Racism the Red Card training for educators is only offered online at this time.
Register for training
To sign up for the training, visit http://training.theredcard.ie. You can download teaching resources from the Show Racism the Red Card website.
About Immigrant Council of Ireland training
The Immigrant Council provides training programmes and workshops to businesses, schools, associations and organisations covering a wide suite of topics related to immigration and migrant rights, as well as diversity and inclusion.
Whether you are looking to upskill your frontline staff, build a more diverse and inclusive workforce, or simply looking to fulfil Diversity & Inclusion requirements for your company our training is suited for multiple audiences across many different sectors.
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