Boundaries and Respect – for Students

A Participate student session

Looking for training which will help attendees better understand and respect both their own, and others’ boundaries? This is the session for you.

Available as

  • In-person training

Format

  • Delivered as a 1.5–2 hour session

Participants

  • Maximum 30 participants per group
  • Ability to tailor for you

Want to learn more? Read on for detailed information about the course. Contact our team on info@tonictheatre.co.uk or make an enquiry for further information and bookings.

Why train with Tonic? We are a leading EDI training provider, offering courses designed specifically for the arts and creative environments. But crucially, each time you book a course with Tonic you also help support our work driving change across the industry. Win, win.

“After the sessions, I feel I have gained the tools to navigate my way through difficult situations in the industry. Being able to communicate assertively and stand by my morals is absolutely necessary practice not just for work, but life.”

Third Year Acting Student

About the Course

This session is designed to explore what boundaries are, how to recognise them in others, and why it’s crucial to respect them. The session will also look at how you can collectively make small changes to create a safer, more inclusive learning environment for everyone.

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Participate workshop. Photo: P Fysh.

What we’ll cover

  • Different types of boundaries
  • The impact of overstepping boundariest
  • How to avoid doing this
  • Constructive communication when navigating boundaries
  • How to put this all into practice
  • Space to consider how you might take areas of this learning away and action it moving forwards

You’ll come away with

  • An ability to identify what a safe, respectful and inclusive working environment looks like
  • Understanding of how to recognise others’ boundaries
  • Understanding and awareness of how ensuring professional boundaries and respect is important, and how this looks in practice
  • Space to consider how this learning can be put into practice moving forwards

Course details

  • Available as in-person training
  • Delivered as a 1.5–2 hour session
  • Maximum 30 participants per group

Keen to learn more? Make an enquiry or contact our team at info@tonictheatre.co.uk for further information.

FAQs

Yes, please email info@tonictheatre.co.uk to arrange a time to discuss your needs with a member of the team.

Yes, we would be happy to discuss bundling this course with others that we offer. We can also create bespoke sessions just for you. Find out more on our bespoke training page or email info@tonictheatre.co.uk to discuss what we can do for you.

Participate is Tonic’s programme of training created specifically for schools, colleges and conservatoires in the performing arts. It’s designed to help both students and staff address a range of topics in relation to equality, diversity and inclusion, to help them cultivate a safer and more inclusive training environment, and to provide advice and tools they can take with them.
Find out more

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Participate. Training created specifically for students of performing arts colleges and conservatoires, and their teachers.

Make an enquiry

All enquiries welcome! If you are interested in booking this course, or just need some more information, please complete the form below and one of our team will be in touch. Or email us direct at info@tonictheatre.co.uk.

Tonic – For greater equality, diversity and inclusion in the arts

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