Safeguarding..training for a brighter future
Keeping You Safe
We are committed to our responsibilities for the safeguarding of young people and vulnerable adults. If you have any concerns for your own or anyone else’s safety or wellbeing in training, your workplace or at home, any of our staff will listen to you and support you or refer you to our safeguarding leads if it’s appropriate to do so.
Safeguarding and Prevent Designated Leads
Matthew Barry Jan Gibson Report Online
You can contact our leads easily on 0800 0281 576 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively you can report terrorist & extremist material online using the government’s ‘big red button’ above.
You can also report abuse directly to National Crime Agencie’s CEOP (Child Expliotation and Online Protection centre) here.
Our aim is to keep you safe and well from a wide rage of harm to include:
· physical abuse including domestic abuse
· sexual abuse
· emotional abuse
· bullying, including online bullying and prejudice-based bullying
· racist, disability and homophobic or transphobic abuse
· gender-based violence/violence against women and girls
· child sexual exploitation and trafficking
· the impact of new technologies on sexual behaviour, for example sexting
· substance misuse
· issues that may be specific to a local area or population, for example gang activity
· fabricated or induced illness
· poor parenting
· other issues not listed here but that pose a risk to young people and vulnerable adults.
Safeguarding also relates to broader aspects of care and education, including:
· health and safety and well-being
· the use of reasonable force
· meeting the needs of learners with medical conditions including mental health issues
· providing first aid
· educational visits
· emotional well-being including self injury
· appropriate arrangements to ensure learners’ security, taking into account the local context.
Click to link to policies:
Prevent is part of the UK’s counter terrorism strategy which seeks to identify and support those at risk of becoming drawn into radicalisation or terrorism. If you have any concerns please contact our leads or call the police on 999. Police forces nationwide are appealing for internet users to report harmful extremist and terrorist material when they see it online. To anonymously report extremist online material click the red button below.
Following the recent terrorist attacks in Westminster, Manchester, London Bridge and Finsbury Park, the following links may be useful when discussing terrorism with learners:
– Citizen Aid app (to teach the public how to provide potentially life-saving treatment in the event of a terrorist incident)