Prevent: Train the Trainer

Prevent: Train the Trainer

Introduction

Since its introduction to the FE and Skills Sector, the Prevent Duty has presented many challenges to providers. Staff have engaged in online training and the mandatory Working to Raise Awareness of Prevent training (WRAP), but very few providers have extended their CPD offer effectively to embed Prevent in the classroom. This has resulted in Ofsted inspection reports commenting on staffs’ lack of skills and confidence which impacts on learners understanding of key issues including the risks associated with extremism, radicalisation and how to keep themselves safe.

FEA are offering a unique practical training opportunity to build the skills and confidence of a selected group of internal staff. After undertaking this practical  ‘train the trainer’ programme, the new ‘trainers’ will have the knowledge, skills and confidence to successfully deliver internal training, and provide a sustainable model of staff development which puts learners’ understanding and development at the core. 

While the programme and training focusses on the Prevent Duty, there are links to the skill development of learners, developing learners’ understanding of fundamental British Values, equality and diversity, safeguarding and wider tutorial programmes.

This programme is delivered by Jackie Rossa who has extensive knowledge of the Prevent Duty and has developed an outstanding reputation as a trainer.

Outcomes

The learning outcomes will be personalised based on each provider’s individual needs and expectations. Overall the programme aims to develop practical strategies to:

  • Enable staff to debate, discuss and explore key issues related to the implementation of Prevent, including the promotion of fundamental British values
  • Develop staff skills so that they are vigilant, confident, competent, and able to encourage open discussion with learners
  • Provide staff with tools, strategies and techniques to effectively challenge prejudiced behaviour, stereotypes and the use of derogatory language
  • Enable learners to recognise the signs of radicalisation, and protect themselves and others from radicalisation and extremism
  • Encourage, debate and effectively challenge learners’ view in relation to Prevent
  • Develop learners’ resilience, and critical thinking skills, enabling them to challenge extremism
  • Develop learners’ understanding of British Values, and how they link to the Prevent agenda
  • Develop learners ability to discuss and debate issues in a considered way, showing respect for others’ ideas and points of view.

Providers will also receive example lesson plans, resources, activities, and examples of how key topics can be effectively developed in tutorial and enrichment programmes.

Training Programme

Each training programme is bespoke and the number of days will be flexible to meet your individual needs. Each package includes a scoping meeting to agree the content, participants, timescales and agree outcomes.  A typical package is likely to include:

Stage

Typical Activities

1

Scoping meeting to agree programme specifics 

2

Two days training for ‘trainers’ to develop their subject knowledge, skills and confidence

3

One day co-planning of training materials and sessions to be delivered by ‘trainers’

4

Co-delivered sessions with associate and ‘trainers’

5

One day review and reflection including individual and college action plan / next steps 


What next

For more information and an informal discussion regarding the programme and your requirements please contact Edd Brown (edd.brown@fea.co.uk / 07827 892146).

NEW RATES - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

As of 1 April 2017, all new quality improvement consultancy activities will be on our new and reduced rates. If you would like to discuss how FE Associates can support your quality improvement activities and our new rates, please get in touch. FE Associates' quality improvement ethos is based on sustainable improvements and giving providers the skills to manage and improve the quality of provision independently.  For more information contact Edd Brown on 07827 892 146 or email edd.brown@fea.co.uk

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