For Teens- Learn how to say NO to negative peer pressure

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Course Description

Negative peer pressure is not new, but it is more apparent among young people and unfortunately many teens and preteens fall into its trap unprepared and unaware of the consequences that follow certain choices they make.

The main problem points to the fear young people face in having to say NO to their friends. They fear they will be rejected, not liked or unfriended if they say NO when negatively pressured into something.

This Course teaches students how to say NO and still be accepted. It covers from the various types of peer pressure, the common red flag words that friends could use to trap them in, to actual steps to take to say NO and many more.


This course is relevant and relatable to both preteens and teens. It is packed with the exact information that the students need. It is NOT too long so students will be more likely to go through the course and complete it.


Included in the course is a free gift - an eBook titled 'Stay Positive' (Daily Affirmations for Tweens and Teens)



Who this course is for:

  • Preteens (Tweens) and Teenagers between the ages of 10-16.
  • Educators who teach on the subject of peer pressure as part of their PSHE curriculum in schools.
  • Parents who are concerned about their children and want to help prepare them for the inevitable peer pressure that may come across. faced with negative peer pressure and how to resist it
  • Teachers/Youth Workers who work with young people.

Course content

6 sections • 7 lectures • 52m total length

Instructor

Teens Personal Development Coach /Parenting Teens Consultant
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 11 Reviews
  • 29 Students
  • 1 Course

Mrs Phinnah Chichi Ikeji is a Teens Personal Development Coach and a Parenting Teens Consultant. She runs workshops, training, speaks at events and hosts a podcast for Parents of Teenagers through her company 'Parenting Teens Solutions Ltd.


With a passion for the well being and mental health of Teens, she coaches and speaks to teenagers on various topics that help their personal development, resilience, confidence and communication skills

Expected Outcomes

  1. Students will learn to recognise when faced with negative peer pressure. Students will learn practical tools of how to resist negative peer pressures. Students will learn the range of choices that teenagers are likely to face and the consequences of those choices The course will take students through actual winning steps to help resist negative peer pressure Requirements Students will only need a phone or computer and internet to access the course. We recommend that students reflect on what they have learnt by answering the questions that follows the video modules Description Negative peer pressure is not new, but it is more apparent among young people and unfortunately many teens and preteens fall into its trap unprepared and unaware of the consequences that follow certain choices they make. The main problem points to the fear young people face in having to say NO to their friends. They fear they will be rejected, not liked or unfriended if they say NO when negatively pressured into something. This Course teaches students how to say NO and still be accepted. It covers from the various types of peer pressure, the common red flag words that friends could use to trap them in, to actual steps to take to say NO and many more. This course is relevant and relatable to both preteens and teens. It is packed with the exact information that the students need. It is NOT too long so students will be more likely to go through the course and complete it. Included in the course is a free gift - an eBook titled 'Stay Positive' (Daily Affirmations for Tweens and Teens) Who this course is for: Preteens (Tweens) and Teenagers between the ages of 10-16. Educators who teach on the subject of peer pressure as part of their PSHE curriculum in schools. Parents who are concerned about their children and want to help prepare them for the inevitable peer pressure that may come across. faced with negative peer pressure and how to resist it Teachers/Youth Workers who work with young people. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 7 lectures • 52m total length Expand all sections Introduction 2 lectures • 4min Introduction to the Course Preview 02:46 About the Instructor, Phinnah Chichi Ikeji Preview 01:40 What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 7min What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure? Preview 07:27 Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure- 1 lecture • 5min Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure 05:07 Choices and Consequences 1 lecture • 15min Choices and Consequences 15:05 How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 19min How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 19:20 Conclusion to the course 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion to the course- "Bonus Lecture" Preview 00:47 Instructor Phinnah Ikeji Teens Personal Development Coach /Parenting Teens Consultant 4.3 Instructor Rating 11 Reviews 29 Students 1 Course Mrs Phinnah Chichi Ikeji is a Teens Personal Development Coach and a Parenting Teens Consultant. She runs workshops, training, speaks at events and hosts a podcast for Parents of Teenagers through her company 'Parenting Teens Solutions Ltd. With a passion for the well being and mental health of Teens, she coaches and speaks to teenagers on various topics that help their personal development, resilience, confidence and communication skills Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6783ef715e6ace57',m:'836004a034dea3d9867d87b6c0fc5e5b06a560a5-1627871962-1800-AY6nVWYPUZ9wwUoS4eYbPTlfgRD43GA1uK8iYbdJJsxbKhYBLQDhjq41aKiZgzmTaYwUqvPDN0JNxOtCbh/C5fSyrIRI/HUQkKGAmMJ7zijWAUpRzlkuoHi3xrNUyd/tNNtAzvZtOU7GRdbKvx+o+aI=',s:[0x398e78c66a,0xfe97bfd487],}})();
  2. Students will learn practical tools of how to resist negative peer pressures. Students will learn the range of choices that teenagers are likely to face and the consequences of those choices The course will take students through actual winning steps to help resist negative peer pressure Requirements Students will only need a phone or computer and internet to access the course. We recommend that students reflect on what they have learnt by answering the questions that follows the video modules Description Negative peer pressure is not new, but it is more apparent among young people and unfortunately many teens and preteens fall into its trap unprepared and unaware of the consequences that follow certain choices they make. The main problem points to the fear young people face in having to say NO to their friends. They fear they will be rejected, not liked or unfriended if they say NO when negatively pressured into something. This Course teaches students how to say NO and still be accepted. It covers from the various types of peer pressure, the common red flag words that friends could use to trap them in, to actual steps to take to say NO and many more. This course is relevant and relatable to both preteens and teens. It is packed with the exact information that the students need. It is NOT too long so students will be more likely to go through the course and complete it. Included in the course is a free gift - an eBook titled 'Stay Positive' (Daily Affirmations for Tweens and Teens) Who this course is for: Preteens (Tweens) and Teenagers between the ages of 10-16. Educators who teach on the subject of peer pressure as part of their PSHE curriculum in schools. Parents who are concerned about their children and want to help prepare them for the inevitable peer pressure that may come across. faced with negative peer pressure and how to resist it Teachers/Youth Workers who work with young people. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 7 lectures • 52m total length Expand all sections Introduction 2 lectures • 4min Introduction to the Course Preview 02:46 About the Instructor, Phinnah Chichi Ikeji Preview 01:40 What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 7min What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure? Preview 07:27 Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure- 1 lecture • 5min Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure 05:07 Choices and Consequences 1 lecture • 15min Choices and Consequences 15:05 How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 19min How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 19:20 Conclusion to the course 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion to the course- "Bonus Lecture" Preview 00:47 Instructor Phinnah Ikeji Teens Personal Development Coach /Parenting Teens Consultant 4.3 Instructor Rating 11 Reviews 29 Students 1 Course Mrs Phinnah Chichi Ikeji is a Teens Personal Development Coach and a Parenting Teens Consultant. She runs workshops, training, speaks at events and hosts a podcast for Parents of Teenagers through her company 'Parenting Teens Solutions Ltd. With a passion for the well being and mental health of Teens, she coaches and speaks to teenagers on various topics that help their personal development, resilience, confidence and communication skills Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6783ef715e6ace57',m:'836004a034dea3d9867d87b6c0fc5e5b06a560a5-1627871962-1800-AY6nVWYPUZ9wwUoS4eYbPTlfgRD43GA1uK8iYbdJJsxbKhYBLQDhjq41aKiZgzmTaYwUqvPDN0JNxOtCbh/C5fSyrIRI/HUQkKGAmMJ7zijWAUpRzlkuoHi3xrNUyd/tNNtAzvZtOU7GRdbKvx+o+aI=',s:[0x398e78c66a,0xfe97bfd487],}})();
  3. Students will learn the range of choices that teenagers are likely to face and the consequences of those choices The course will take students through actual winning steps to help resist negative peer pressure Requirements Students will only need a phone or computer and internet to access the course. We recommend that students reflect on what they have learnt by answering the questions that follows the video modules Description Negative peer pressure is not new, but it is more apparent among young people and unfortunately many teens and preteens fall into its trap unprepared and unaware of the consequences that follow certain choices they make. The main problem points to the fear young people face in having to say NO to their friends. They fear they will be rejected, not liked or unfriended if they say NO when negatively pressured into something. This Course teaches students how to say NO and still be accepted. It covers from the various types of peer pressure, the common red flag words that friends could use to trap them in, to actual steps to take to say NO and many more. This course is relevant and relatable to both preteens and teens. It is packed with the exact information that the students need. It is NOT too long so students will be more likely to go through the course and complete it. Included in the course is a free gift - an eBook titled 'Stay Positive' (Daily Affirmations for Tweens and Teens) Who this course is for: Preteens (Tweens) and Teenagers between the ages of 10-16. Educators who teach on the subject of peer pressure as part of their PSHE curriculum in schools. Parents who are concerned about their children and want to help prepare them for the inevitable peer pressure that may come across. faced with negative peer pressure and how to resist it Teachers/Youth Workers who work with young people. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 7 lectures • 52m total length Expand all sections Introduction 2 lectures • 4min Introduction to the Course Preview 02:46 About the Instructor, Phinnah Chichi Ikeji Preview 01:40 What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 7min What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure? Preview 07:27 Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure- 1 lecture • 5min Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure 05:07 Choices and Consequences 1 lecture • 15min Choices and Consequences 15:05 How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 19min How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 19:20 Conclusion to the course 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion to the course- "Bonus Lecture" Preview 00:47 Instructor Phinnah Ikeji Teens Personal Development Coach /Parenting Teens Consultant 4.3 Instructor Rating 11 Reviews 29 Students 1 Course Mrs Phinnah Chichi Ikeji is a Teens Personal Development Coach and a Parenting Teens Consultant. She runs workshops, training, speaks at events and hosts a podcast for Parents of Teenagers through her company 'Parenting Teens Solutions Ltd. With a passion for the well being and mental health of Teens, she coaches and speaks to teenagers on various topics that help their personal development, resilience, confidence and communication skills Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6783ef715e6ace57',m:'836004a034dea3d9867d87b6c0fc5e5b06a560a5-1627871962-1800-AY6nVWYPUZ9wwUoS4eYbPTlfgRD43GA1uK8iYbdJJsxbKhYBLQDhjq41aKiZgzmTaYwUqvPDN0JNxOtCbh/C5fSyrIRI/HUQkKGAmMJ7zijWAUpRzlkuoHi3xrNUyd/tNNtAzvZtOU7GRdbKvx+o+aI=',s:[0x398e78c66a,0xfe97bfd487],}})();
  4. The course will take students through actual winning steps to help resist negative peer pressure Requirements Students will only need a phone or computer and internet to access the course. We recommend that students reflect on what they have learnt by answering the questions that follows the video modules Description Negative peer pressure is not new, but it is more apparent among young people and unfortunately many teens and preteens fall into its trap unprepared and unaware of the consequences that follow certain choices they make. The main problem points to the fear young people face in having to say NO to their friends. They fear they will be rejected, not liked or unfriended if they say NO when negatively pressured into something. This Course teaches students how to say NO and still be accepted. It covers from the various types of peer pressure, the common red flag words that friends could use to trap them in, to actual steps to take to say NO and many more. This course is relevant and relatable to both preteens and teens. It is packed with the exact information that the students need. It is NOT too long so students will be more likely to go through the course and complete it. Included in the course is a free gift - an eBook titled 'Stay Positive' (Daily Affirmations for Tweens and Teens) Who this course is for: Preteens (Tweens) and Teenagers between the ages of 10-16. Educators who teach on the subject of peer pressure as part of their PSHE curriculum in schools. Parents who are concerned about their children and want to help prepare them for the inevitable peer pressure that may come across. faced with negative peer pressure and how to resist it Teachers/Youth Workers who work with young people. Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 7 lectures • 52m total length Expand all sections Introduction 2 lectures • 4min Introduction to the Course Preview 02:46 About the Instructor, Phinnah Chichi Ikeji Preview 01:40 What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 7min What is Peer Pressure and what are the types of Peer Pressure? Preview 07:27 Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure- 1 lecture • 5min Red flag words that signal a trap to fall into negative pressure 05:07 Choices and Consequences 1 lecture • 15min Choices and Consequences 15:05 How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 1 lecture • 19min How to Handle Negative Peer Pressure 19:20 Conclusion to the course 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion to the course- "Bonus Lecture" Preview 00:47 Instructor Phinnah Ikeji Teens Personal Development Coach /Parenting Teens Consultant 4.3 Instructor Rating 11 Reviews 29 Students 1 Course Mrs Phinnah Chichi Ikeji is a Teens Personal Development Coach and a Parenting Teens Consultant. She runs workshops, training, speaks at events and hosts a podcast for Parents of Teenagers through her company 'Parenting Teens Solutions Ltd. With a passion for the well being and mental health of Teens, she coaches and speaks to teenagers on various topics that help their personal development, resilience, confidence and communication skills Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'6783ef715e6ace57',m:'836004a034dea3d9867d87b6c0fc5e5b06a560a5-1627871962-1800-AY6nVWYPUZ9wwUoS4eYbPTlfgRD43GA1uK8iYbdJJsxbKhYBLQDhjq41aKiZgzmTaYwUqvPDN0JNxOtCbh/C5fSyrIRI/HUQkKGAmMJ7zijWAUpRzlkuoHi3xrNUyd/tNNtAzvZtOU7GRdbKvx+o+aI=',s:[0x398e78c66a,0xfe97bfd487],}})();