We all know CSE within a school Health program is central to children and young people’s well-being – equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy and responsible choices in their lives – but implementation can be challenging. This two-day course aims to help you get over and through these challenges, equip you with knowledge of where to start, and insight into other likely issues and experience of strategies to accelerate your school’s implementation.

Based on over 10 years experience in international schools, this highly interactive two-day training course will provide practical advice on…

  • Developing a whole school approach, CSE K-12, ensuring Parents and Carers are engaged and supportive.
  • Understanding our own values and attitudes around working with children, young people, and Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE).
  • Exploring the link between CSE, Safeguarding and Sexual Exploitation in protecting young people.
  • Realising the massive impact that modern media & technology has had on young people and their CSE knowledge base.
  • Building a better awareness of what young people think about sexuality, and current sexual norms.
  • Gaining more confidence in facilitating challenging and sensitive topics.

Through a relaxed, and often humorous approach, we will work together and in small groups, using practical tools to model evolving classroom practice.

Join us for an exhilarating two-days!

Who should attend?

Designed for Health and Wellbeing facilitators, teachers, school nurses and school counselors who have roles in CSE, Pastoral Care, Health Education and Child Protection.
Based on experience, it is highly recommended that at least two members of staff attend from participating schools.

Date and Time
14 November 2024 (Thursday)
9am – 4pm


15 November 2024 (Friday)
9am – 4pm

NIST International School

$425USD for individual registration

$400USD for two or more per registration

Note: You do not need to register for the main PHASE Conference to attend this TWO day workshop.


Susie March

Sexuality Educator, Susie March Consulting

Susie has worked exclusively with international schools for more than ten years. She has a wealth of experience from across the world in delivering Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) to students and running professional development training for staff. Her holistic and developmentally-appropriate approach to CSE is specific to international schools and the unique cultures within which they operate. She supports and works with school leaders on policy development, curriculum planning and implementation, with the aim of improving CSE teacher training standards through professional development – making teachers confident and skilled in delivering an age-appropriate and whole school approach to the topic. A Council of International Schools (CIS) Affiliated Consultant, she collaborates with CIS, offering training on strategies for addressing the educational elements of the new Child Protection accreditation standards; these include physical abuse, grooming, online safety, commercial exploitation and disclosure. Susie is a regular speaker and facilitator at educational conferences hosted by organisations such as CIS, ISS, ECIS, AAIE and TAISI. Susie originally qualified in 1986 as a health professional within the UK’s National Health Service, and specialised in sexual health, women’s health and family planning.