In recent weeks, Dave has been preparing to release the product, and it couldn’t come at a better time. With many teachers delivering online, the need for interactive, engaging resources has become a necessity.
The platform itself is ready to go, and the team is putting the finishing touches on his sales plan. In line with this, ‘Wot Wud U Do’ now has an additional two directors who can help channel the platform outreach and ensure it reaches the right audience. Drawing on a range of experience with the NHS, local councils and universities throughout the North West, the trio understand the nuances of providing health and wellbeing support programmes on a wide scale.
Every Teacher in the North West Should Be Using This Resource
Having trialled the platform for the past two years in colleges and pupil referral units, Dave and the team are now ready to roll out the platform across the UK. The next step is approaching local schools and councils, who can trial the platform for free.
“I want to get it so that every school and every teacher is using this resource. It’s so important to teach young people about wellbeing and managing their thought processes before they leave school. If even one person finds themself in trouble and makes a better decision because of ‘this video they saw back in school’, it’s worth it.”
The platform infrastructure is versatile and there are already other topic areas identified for the future. In the social education field, the next areas being addressed include drugs and alcohol misuse, crime prevention and mental health.
If you are a school, social service or community group working with 11-18 year olds, you can request a free trial by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more on the Wot Wud U Do Website.