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Prevent Duty for Out of School Services (12.10.22)

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Target audienceEarly Years PVI

CPD points1

Total hours1

Type1 session/s

CodeEYPVI 0210

Aims

Prevent is part of the statutory safeguarding duty for ALL childcare providers, focusing on safeguarding children from exposure to extremism or harm. This short online training session will give you and your staff the opportunity to meet Southwark Council’s Prevent Education Officer and find out about our supportive local process for getting advice around this issue. Katherine Andrews, will cover the risk picture within our borough, vulnerabilities to radicalisation and signs that might indicate there is a concern. You will look at the Southwark referral process and have the opportunity to engage in a few case studies to extend your understanding of how the Prevent Duty is applicable with in early years and education settings.Prevent is part of the statutory safeguarding duty for ALL early years and childcare providers, focusing on safeguarding children from exposure to extremism or harm. This short online training session will give you and your staff the opportunity to meet Southwark Council’s Prevent Education Officer and find out about our supportive local process for getting advice around this issue. Katherine Andrews, will cover the risk picture within our borough, vulnerabilities to radicalisation and signs that might indicate there is a concern. You will look at the Southwark referral process and have the opportunity to engage in a few case studies to extend your understanding of how the Prevent Duty is applicable with in early years and education settings.

Summary

Register Out of School Provides must have regard to either Ofsted's requirements on the “Daycare providers on the compulsory Childcare Register" or "Daycare providers on the Voluntary Childcare Register". It states that providers must "keep the children being cared for safe from harm and make sure that everyone looking after children is alert to any signs of harm" and "provide training to everyone who looks after children on the procedures in your safeguarding policy." Your written safeguarding policy should include having regard to the ‘Prevent duty guidance for England and Wales’. This short online session is for ALL early years’ practitioners, leaders and managers in ensuring they are complaint in meeting their statutory duty to safeguard children.

1 Bookings available

Wed 09:30

EYQIT Zoom, x, x, x, x

Session 1: 12 October 2022 - >

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