Posted on: Monday, 8 February 2016

IBA UK - delivering WRAP training

 

This week, IBA UK personnel received their Home Office registration numbers for delivering WRAP3 (Working to Raise Awareness of Prevent) training. Duncan White and Sandra Williams are now able to deliver this vital training to schools, the NHS and other affected organisations.

WRAP3 training is a key part of the Government’s Prevent strategy. The Prevent duty places an obligation upon schools and other childcare providers to identify children who may be vulnerable to radicalisation, and know what to do when they are identified. It also aims to create resilience in young people to radicalisation, by promoting fundamental British values and enabling them to challenge extremist views.

Since September 2015, the Prevent duty has been incorporated into  Ofsted’s revised common inspection framework for education, skills and early years. The framework now makes “…specific reference to the need to have safeguarding arrangements to promote pupils’ welfare and prevent radicalisation and extremism.”

We are delighted to be helping schools and other bodies meet their responsibilities.  You can find out more about the Prevent strategy and the obligations of individual bodies by visiting our previous blog post, or get in touch to find out how our experts can deliver WRAP training to your instiution.

 

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