Although radical groups and figures have long been a part of the world, they have never been more prominent and far-reaching than today. Our younger population in schools and colleges across the UK are at the greatest risk of being targeted. Perhaps the most concerning thing is that the process is often a silent one that goes unnoticed until the individual concerned makes a move to go and, ‘join the fight.’
This course will help you to understand what radicalisation is, recognise the signs and ensure you have the right policies and procedures in place to ensure you are able to deal with a situation should it arise.
It will also make you aware of your responsibility as by the Prevent duty and it will help you to understand how, by teaching British values, we can prevent young people from being radicalised.
Course Cost: 165+VAT
Additional Places 145+VAT *Course 7th November 2018 Registration: 09:00 AM Course Starts: 09:30 AM Course Ends: 04:00 PM
Course VenueNovotel Newcastle
Veena Soni DL, BEM, BA Hons – English as an Additional Language and Equality and Diversity specialist Veena has worked in education for over 30 years as a teacher, subject lead and Head of Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service (EMTAS). She has extensive experience in equality and diversity, raising achievement of Gypsy Roma and traveller (GRT) pupils and teaching English as an additional language (EAL) pupils. She has worked in a large number of schools throughout the region and has extensive knowledge of strategies to use with young people who have English as an additional language. Veena has developed many resources for EAL and Traveller pupils which have been used in schools and other education institutions. Veena has worked with parents and ran workshops and training sessions for parents so that they can understand the school curriculum, policies, procedures and strategies used in schools. Veena’s expertise lies in a whole school approach to supporting ethnic minority pupils and believes that all teachers should have the knowledge and strategies to work with pupils who are at different stages of language acquisition. She has delivered workshops to senior education leaders, the school leadership team, teachers and teaching assistants.