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Radicalisation (Extremism) 1/2 day AM

Course overview:
Following the publication of The Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 there is a duty on all schools and health to prevent people being drawn into terrorism. This duty includes training staff to recognise radicalisation and extremism and know how to report any concerns.
Ofsted & Public Health now judge whether schools / health practitioners are safeguarding children from extremism and radicalisation. This includes the success of schools/hospitals to address such issues.
This session will provide you with an understanding of radicalisation and extremism and the dangers to extremist views, building resilience against these and knowing what to do if you experience them.

Course content:
· Definition of Radicalisation
· Prevent Duty
· Risk Indicators
· Signs/ Behaviours
· Case studies

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) 1/2 day PM

Course overview:
CSE is a high profile issue at present as can be seen from publication of the recent Serious Case Reviews from Rotherham and Oxford. All staff should be aware of the potential for children to be sexually exploited and the underlying reasons for behaviour changes in children.

To provide practitioners the opportunity to explore CSE in a multi-agency training or in-house environment, to further allow them to gain understanding and advance their skills in identifying and protecting children at risk or who are a risk or have been subjected to CSE.

Course content:
· Explore attitudes and beliefs around CSE, including definitions and legislation
· Identify potential risk factors of CSE
· To explore the grooming processes used; the different models of CSE; CONSENT & how media impacts on the grooming processes
· To understand the impact and consequences of CSE for children and their families
· To complete risk assessment and referral process to safeguard children and young people form CSE
· Increasing young people's awareness of environments to identify risk and talk about safety - what would they do and how would they keep themselves safe


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