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Safeguarding means ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our learners.

At Together Training  this means ensuring our polices and processes promote and protect learner wellbeing and that while you are on programme, we teach you about the types of risk facing modern day British citizens.

This includes cyber risks, mental and physical health information, risks of radicalisation or grooming and much more.


Our dedicated safeguarding officers provide:

  • Direct support to learners with a range of issues that have already caused, or could cause, harm

  • Making sure all staff are aware how to support learners and raise concerns

  • Ensuring all staff understand the symptoms of (amongst others) radicalisation / child abuse / neglect / modern slavery, so we can spot risks

  • We work with third parties to protect our learners – offering emergency and long term support

  • Monitoring children & Adults at Risk who are the subject of safeguarding concerns

  • Maintaining accurate and secure child or vulnerable adult protection records

Prevent is part of the government’s counter terrorism strategy.

At Together Training , this means we teach our staff and learners about the 4 British values: Democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and respect and tolerance.

We also work with Prevent partners to identify people at risk of being or causing terror related harm.

• Together Training  recognises that radicalisation is another form of grooming – i.e. a safeguarding issue

• Together Training  holds safeguarding at the heart of its policies processes and values, because of this:

• Together Training embraces Prevent as a way of saving peoples lives

• Your  tutors will speak to you about radicalisation and spotting the signs

Emotional and mental wellbeing is an important component of successful learning.

Understanding how to protect your mental health and promoting emotional wellbeing is part of modern British citizenship.

  • Providing safeguarding officers 

  • Providing emergency support via trained safeguarding officers

  • Providing signposting to local, National and charitable services relevant to learner needs

  • Supporting learners with Wellbeing Resources

Our fully trained Safeguarding Team are available to offer advice and guidance to ensure that anyone at risk is given the right support. If apprentices are finding life during training or at home difficult, they don’t feel safe or they have a concern about someone else, our Safeguarding team is available to help. 






































Context and Scope

Together Training has a legal responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all their apprentices and to ensure that they operate within the law. The Prevent Duty is a government strategy and was introduced to safeguard communities against the threat of extremism, radicalisation and terrorism and for the promotion of British Values. 

Duty of Care:
Section 26 of the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 places a duty on educational establishments to have “due regard to the needs to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. This is not about preventing apprentices from having political and religious views or concerns but supporting them to use or act on their views and concerns in a non-extremist way. 

Definitions with the Prevent Duty and British Values

Ideology: A set of beliefs.

Extremism: Defined by the Government as “vocal or active opposition to fundamental British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs".


Radicalisation: The process by which a person comes to support terrorism and extremist ideologies.

Terrorism: A violent act against people or property, designed to create fear and advance a political, religious or ideological cause.

British Values: British values are defined as democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different religions.

Concerns and Identifying possible warning signs:

Signs of vulnerability may include:

  • Loneliness or isolation

  • Changes to a family situation/family tensions

  • Poverty

  • Political grievances

  • Crime/anti-social behaviour

Possible warning signs may include:

  • Progressive changes in behaviour - such as significantly changing appearance, changing peer/friendship groups

  • Argumentative and unwilling to listen

  • Unwilling to engage with those of different race, religion, gender etc

  • Accessing extremist material, showing sympathy to extremist views or behaviour


Reporting Concerns:
If you are worried or concerned about your Apprentice, please contact ours Safeguarding Team immediately on  Safeguarding contact list

Once we have investigated concerns, the Safeguarding Lead would determine the most appropriate course of action and may refer to Channel.

What is Channel?

Channel is a programme that provides support to people who are identified as being vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism or extremism. It is a supportive approach and operates in the pre- criminal space. The programme uses a multi-agency approach to protect vulnerable people by: 

  • Identifying individuals at risk

  • Assessing the nature and extent of the risk

  • Developing the most appropriate support plan for the individuals concerned


Channel Duty Guidance. 



We take our safeguarding responsibilities very seriously - If you have any concerns, please contact us


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