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This event is suitable for Ealing maintained schools and all other schools
Short URL https://earlyyears.ealingcpd.org.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=19574 
Reason for cancellation Event is undersubscribed 
Event code SCH 22/130 
Event description

This workshop aims to raise an awareness and understanding of Prevent, Extremism, and the support for terrorist causes, which are issues that are facing safeguarding and teaching professionals in their everyday work. The events across the globe, and the way that they are interpreted are exacerbating vulnerabilities in individuals that can be exploited by radicalisers and in some cases lead to the deaths of young people and risks to their family and siblings.

The Prevent strategy forms an important part of the UK Governments Counter Terrorism Strategy and works in the area of safeguarding. Put simply, it is there to guide the support we give to individuals who are vulnerable to radicalisation.

The Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 places obligations on specified authorities to understand the principles of the strategy and to have the ability to refer those who may be targeted for exploitation or experiencing vulnerabilities.

Specialists who work in the field of safeguarding, offender management and crime prevention may not have read the Prevent strategy, but invariably find that they understand the principles that underpin it and quickly gain the confidence to discuss the issues arising out of extremism, and use this knowledge in their everyday work.

The medium that is used to deliver an understanding of the Prevent strategy is called ‘WRAP’. It is a Home Office owned product and has been successfully used across the UK over the last 10 years across a wide audience spectrum. Our Advance WRAP, also covers aspects of local theats and understanding the traits of contemporary extremist narratives. 
Training objectives Outcomes of the session are:

  • Understand PREVENT’s aims

  • Understand the local/national threat and the narratives that underpin this.

  • Think about who may be vulnerable and why they may be vulnerable to the influence of extremism.

  • Recognise when a vulnerable individual may be in need of help and what you need to do.

  • Be clear on what help and support is available in Ealing.

Key stages
EYFS image KS1 image KS2 image KS3 image KS4 image Post 16 image 
Subject areas Child protection/safeguarding including e-safety
Target audience Children and Families Services staff, Children and Families Social Care Staff, Deputy/assistant headteachers , EYFS: Heads of children’s centres, EYFS: Leaders / managers in maintained settings, EYFS: Leaders / managers in private, voluntary and independent (PVI) settings, Governors: All, Heads of year , Headteachers, Inclusion managers, New headteachers, Nominated Safeguarding Person, Parent support advisor (PSA), Senior leaders, Youth workers
Venue Grange Primary School, Church Gardens, W5 4HN map
Admin contact Anisa Syed (SyedAn@ealing.gov.uk)
Event Commissioner Sonita Pobi-Busigu (pobibusigus@ealing.gov.uk)
Course Costs
Standard cost£0.00
X SLA n/a£0.00
Start date Monday 4 July 2022
Times 10:00 - 12:00
Number of sessions 1  
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