Prevent and British values continues to feature highly in the April 2018 update to the inspection framework. However, colleges are still grappling with how to positively and robustly implement these requirements and how to actively evaluate the impact of their actions.

If you have any of the following questions, this workshop will be highly beneficial:

  • Are teaching staff in different curriculum teams contributing to the Prevent Duty by actively promoting British values?
  • How might this be relevant is all subject areas including, for example, maths, science and construction?
  • Do staff take advantage of what is going on in the world?
  • Do they have the knowledge and confidence to discuss sensitive topics?
  • How are we supporting staff to take risks?
  • How are staff preparing learners thoroughly for life in Britain’s complex multicultural society?
  • Are there barriers to referring vulnerable students, for example a fear that referral might lead to criminalizing a student?
  • How are you measuring the impact of staff and student training on Prevent and British values?

This workshop capitalizes on the expertise of Christine Rose, an expert in equality, diversity and inclusion in the sector, and Rick Warrington, a servicing counter terrorism intelligence officer.

Who should attend:

  • Safeguarding leads
  • E&D leads
  • Quality improvement staff
  • All staff with an interest in Prevent and British values

Objectives for the day

  • Understand the ‘big picture’ by recognising the links between Prevent and the 4Ps of Contest, and the links between promoting British values, implementing the Prevent duty, safeguarding and integrating E&D
  • Obtain a greater clarity of the Prevent Duty requirements and increase your awareness of current case studies
  • Increase your awareness of how to support staff with Prevent duty referrals
  • Understand Ofsted expectations for promoting Fundamental British values and explore practical implications for promoting these values in the learner journey
  • examine sector issues, challenges and best practice and evaluate your own practice to action plan for improvement
  • take learning back to implement the approaches provided

Benefits of attending

This course will help your organisation to:

  • help secure a whole-college commitment to Prevent and British values
  • maximize the benefits of promoting BV
  • make sure that Prevent and British values impacts positively on your inspection outcomes

 

 

Date

16-10-2018

Venue

AoC Head Office, London

Fees

AoC Member = £299.00 + VAT

Non-Member (College/Public Sector) = £400 + VAT

Accommodation

If you need accommodation please call Conference Care, our preferred supplier, on 02476 369720 and let them know you are attending an AoC Create workshop.

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Contact

Registration, programme & general enquiries: training@aoc-create.co.uk

0207 034 2640

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0207 034 9900

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Speakers

Christine Rose

Christine brings up-to-date knowledge of how to fully integrate, embed and promote equality, diversity and British values. Nationally recognised as an expert, she has worked with over 250 providers, supporting a significant number to achieve outstanding status for E&D at inspection. She has helped thousands of staff improve their practice. She uniquely combines an ability to inspire with extensive experience and an in-depth knowledge of best practice. Her training events are engaging, interactive and highly practical.

Rick Warrington

Rick is a serving Police Officer who is a specialist within counter terrorism, countering extremism and radicalisation. Rick has undertaken a number of engagements, both nationally and internationally, within this field and has been commended for his work in raising awareness of vulnerability to radicalisation within the education sector. Rick’s willingness to share his extensive knowledge and his ability to demonstrate best practice from previous case studies make his presentations informative and interactive allowing for productive debate to take place.

Christine Rose

Christine brings up-to-date knowledge of how to fully integrate, embed and promote equality, diversity and British values. Nationally recognised as an expert, she has worked with over 250 providers, supporting a significant number to achieve outstanding status for E&D at inspection. She has helped thousands of staff improve their practice. She uniquely combines an ability to inspire with extensive experience and an in-depth knowledge of best practice. Her training events are engaging, interactive and highly practical.

Rick Warrington

Rick is a serving Police Officer who is a specialist within counter terrorism, countering extremism and radicalisation. Rick has undertaken a number of engagements, both nationally and internationally, within this field and has been commended for his work in raising awareness of vulnerability to radicalisation within the education sector. Rick’s willingness to share his extensive knowledge and his ability to demonstrate best practice from previous case studies make his presentations informative and interactive allowing for productive debate to take place.