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Working with Gangs and Youth Violence: qualifications to create solutions this Anti-Bullying Week

Working with Gangs and Youth Violence:
Qualifications to create solutions


In support of Anti-Bullying Week 2021 and as part of a national agenda to address knife crime linked with gang culture, we are shining a spotlight on our unique qualifications available to assist those working in this field.

Available as an Award and Certificate at Level 3, our qualification offers providers a choice of size and learning programme to meet the individual's learner requirements.

Level 3 Working with Gangs and Youth Violence

Do you see an opportunity to teach this diverse qualification?

 

Benefits of delivering these qualifications

These qualifications:

  • Provide the knowledge and skills for individuals to be able to work and deal effectively with young people within this environment.
  • Give knowledge and insight into the different social and psychological aspects of youth violence.
  • Look at the different national policies addressing youth violence.

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Prevent Duty Awareness Qualifications

We also offer Prevent Duty Awareness Qualifications available at Entry 3 and Level 1.

These innovative qualifications are amongst the first of their kind and are proving really popular with a variety of different types of organisations.

 

These qualifications:

  • Explore British Values including preventing radicalisation
  • Enable centres to raise learners awareness of the Prevent Duty and how to respond to concerns.
  • Can be delivered within tutorial time and/or induction sessions, as well as within the Study Programme format to enrich learning.

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Delivering these qualifications in your Centre

 

For more information regarding any of these qualifications, please get in touch by either:


Already one of our approved accredited centres?

Creating a new course to add to your portfolio is a straight-forward process, your Business Development Manager will be very happy to help you, please get in touch - see contact details above.


Thinking of becoming one of our centres?

This is also a straight-forward supported process! You can find out more about us by:

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