Cyberbullying Peer Ambassadors Project

Training Program


Cyberbullying has become a major issue in our modern world where technology plays a big role in our daily lives. It can have devastating consequences on the mental health and well-being of individuals who are targeted, and it’s crucial that we educate ourselves and the youngsters on how to recognize and prevent it.

In this Training Program, we will delve deep into the subject of cyberbullying, exploring its diverse manifestations, ranging from cyberstalking to online harassment. We will analyze its ramifications on victims, bystanders, and the broader community.

Through this Training Program, participants will gain insight into recognizing the warning signs and indicators of cyberbullying. Moreover, we will discuss practical approaches for responding to and reporting such incidents. Additionally, our program will touch upon strategies for educating others and fostering a positive, inclusive online environment.

Upon completing this training, you will possess the knowledge and skills required to confidently identify and address instances of cyberbullying, as well as provide support to those impacted by it. This training program is indispensable for anyone committed to making a positive impact in the online sphere.

Content of the Training Format

Cyberbullying Topics

The Training Format addresses five key topics that we have identified as the most critical aspects of Cyberbullying. These topics have been categorized into five tabs below.

The training format is available at NO COST. If you are accessing it from a PC or Laptop, you can download it from the right side of your screen (look for the Download File). For mobile users, simply scroll down to the page to find the Download File. The Training Format is available in 5 languages: English, Romanian, Italian, Croatian and Albanian. If you want to have the Training Format in other languages than English, please contact us and we will send the file to you.


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