Workshop to Raise Awareness of PREVENT Briefing
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Workshop to Raise Awareness of PREVENT Briefing On-Line Workshop
In your professional capacity, you may encounter young people who are vulnerable, at risk or in the process of being radicalised. You may be able to identify changes in a child which when shared with other agencies, could indicate an issue that needs to be addressed.
An interactive virtual workshop to support professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
Before applying for this workshop, please note the following conditions:
Webinar/ Virtual Training, Please note that these training sessions will use the ZOOM app. Once registered, you will be sent, nearer the date, a link for you to download the FREE app and further instructions of how to access the training.
Any individual of concern may be referred to a multiagency panel known as Channel. Channel is about safeguarding children and adults from being drawn into committing terrorist-related activity. It is about early intervention to protect and divert people away from the risk they face before illegality occurs.
In light of the new Counter Terrorism and Security Act, the Home Office have created a product called Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP).
This comprises of an on-line workshop session lasting approximately 2 hours, which includes a pre-course DVD case study of a true account and a small amount of audience participation. This input will cover the points explained as above and is aimed at ensuring Ofsted requirements for Prevent training to staff is completed. It is a multi-agency approach to identify individuals who are at risk or vulnerable of becoming radicalised, to stop people from becoming or supporting terrorism and to help build stronger, safer communities.
Target group: Groups 1-3 Staff in infrequent contact with children, young people and/or parents/carers who may become aware of possible abuse or neglect. Those in regular contact or have a period of intense but irregular contact, with children, young people and/or parents/carers including all health clinical staff, who may be in a position to identify concerns about maltreatment. Members of the workforce who work predominantly with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and reviewing the needs of a child and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding concerns.
Aims & Objectives:
- an awareness and understanding of the Prevent agenda and their role within it;
- the ability to use existing expertise and professional judgement to recognise potentially vulnerable individuals who may be susceptible to messages of violence.
- The confidence to use a common sense based response