Safeguarding Against Violence & Extremism for DSLs in an Educational Setti

This three-hour session is an in-depth training for DSLs in the educational setting and tailored according to the audience needs, for example those working in primary, secondary, colleges and/or PRUs. Training is interactive, engaging, and focuses on practical outcomes as well as knowledge building,

The session learning outcomes:

• Legislation: understanding the law and its implications

• Violent extremism: what does this mean, what might it look like, how can we tell?

• Wider history, context and community experiences

• Understanding to prevent: recruitment techniques and propaganda

• Processes of radicalisation and disengagement

• Identifying risk and vulnerabilities in individuals

• Group exercises to embed theory into practice

• Case studies relevant to participants, from a range of extremist ideologies

• Preventing, intervening, signposting, de/escalating

• Tools including the Behaviour Barometer to aid proportionate responses to vulnerability

 

Venue: Margaret McMillan Tower,Princes Way, Bradford, BD1 1NN

 

*IMPT- Only those registered with tickets will be allowed to attend the event.*

25th Nov AM- 9am- 12pm- Secondary schools

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25th Nov PM- 1pm -4pm- Primary schools

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26th Nov AM- 9am-12pm- Primary schools

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26th Nov PM- 1pm -4pm- Special schools

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27th Nov AM- 9am-12pm- PRUs

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- Refreshments will be provided but not lunch.

- Parking: There is limited parking in the car park behind the building and ample parking at the NCP car park Hall Ings, which is a short walk away.

- More info: www.connectfutures.org

 


Opportunity

Published: 04/11/2019
Audience: Designated Safeguarding Leads
Contact: Geraldine Cooper

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