No two clients are the same and that is where Safervision can offer their unique service which takes learning around Prevent to the next level.
We have highlighted some of the styles of training we offer, (which is not an exhaustive list) but recommend having a direct conversation with us to discuss your individual needs.
PODCAST - Termly for DSL's
Support for SLT/DSL's with the introduction of a termly Podcast focusing on the latest information linked to legislation, latest news and cases impacting communities, research linked to national trends and what is happening locally in communities (limited regions). These sessions will keep DSL's up to date with the latest Prevent picture to support compliance with the expectations of their statutory duty. We will also address other precursor behaviour which could be an early indicator of a safeguarding concern and highlight those who publicly voice a narrative of hate which could 'influence' young minds.
WEBINARS - New Staff / Governors
Access to a separate yearly Webinars for new staff / Governors to raise awareness around the risk from radicalisation and safeguarding measures that can be put in place to fulfil their statutory Prevent Duty.
Presentations & Group Talks
We can cater for any size audience delivering talks / presentations from 1 to 3 hours meeting a clients needs and budget.
The content of each session is developed to meet your organisational needs and geared towards an audiences specific job roles for better understanding and relevance.
We cater for any size audience - delivering talks / presentations from 1 to 3 hours - meeting a clients needs and budget.
Each session is developed to meet individual organisational needs and geared towards an audiences specific job roles for better understanding and relevance.
One-2-One meeting required by an organisation to support policy structure, compliance, internal developing issues and general advice.
As a result of the unprecedented situation of the Coronavirus Pandemic we had to quickly change the way we engaged with clients, following Government guidance.
Our normal 'face to face' training was no longer an option and our 'Virtual Training Classroom' became the way we could support our clients.