Train the Trainer Opportunity
This two hour session, which is for representatives of Birmingham Schools only, will enable the Designated Safeguarding Lead in school to become a Home Office accredited WRAP Trainer. Schools will then retain the resource in-house and disseminate to staff and governors at your own convenience. Birmingham City Council will then continually update the DSL with information and resources relating to the Prevent Duty and safeguarding.
Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016:57
‘Individual schools are best placed to assess the training needs of staff in the light of their assessment of the risk to pupils at the school of being drawn into terrorism. As a minimum, however, schools should ensure that the designated safeguarding lead undertakes Prevent awareness training and is able to provide advice and support to other members of staff on protecting children from the risk of radicalisation.’
This training will take place on 6th December 2016 at 10 a.m. - 12 noon, the venue is:
Equalities, Community Safety and Cohesion Service, Congreve House, 3 Congreve Passage, Birmingham B3 3DA
This is just adjacent to the 'old library' and close to the Council House and Museum and Art Gallery. Here is a link to a useful map!
The nearest parking is at the Town Hall Car Park, directions can be found here:
The closest parking for disability access is on Margaret Street or Edmund Street.
Refreshments will be provided.
This opportunity is only available to Birmingham schools. Whilst there is no charge for the training, there is a minimum expectation that the DSL will disseminate within their own school and will evaluate and feedback on any training delivered.
Please note when booking a place please provide your school email address as we will not accept private email address and your place may be cancelled.