Training, Support and Additional Links
Staying Safe Online Training
The Education and Foundation Training (EFT) provide resources with modules on:
Radicalisation and Extremist | Staying Safe Online | What Can You Trust | British Values
Data Privacy and Cyber Security
Have you considered how safe your information is online? Click the link below to access a presentation with embedded videos that will make you think twice about sharing your information (Disclaimer: Strong language used in some cases)
Check to see how secure your data has been compromised (link promoted by the Police)
Additional links to a growing number of educational resources aimed at young people and students to help promote the safe, lawful and constructive learning of cyber skills.
Should you wish to raise a safeguarding issue, please do not hesitate to contact either of the Designated Safeguarding Officers below:
e: email@example.com m: 07772273372
e: firstname.lastname@example.org m: 07779139526
British Values & Prevent
What can you do for Appris?
– Abide by British Values and the PREVENT duty
– Never tolerate a lack of respect for individuals
– Celebrate difference and promote diversity
– Be inclusive and accepting of difference
The Prevent duty is the duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 on specified authorities, in the exercise of their functions, to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. As Appris is defined as a specified authority, we continue to increase our knowledge on the subject. As such, all staff, Trustees and apprentices are required to complete the online course. To access the course and, including how to sign up, visit NaCTSO.gov.uk. ACT Awareness e-Learning is a joint project between Counter Terrorism Policing and the business community. Links to additional training below:
Each month, we receive an update from the Government’s regional co-ordinator for Prevent, highlighting the key issues and stories affecting the UK. The newsletter can be viewed below.
Mental Health Awareness
In many ways, mental health is just like physical health: everybody has it and we need to take care of it. Good mental health means being generally able to think, feel and react in the ways that you need and want to live your life. But if you go through a period of poor mental health you may find you’re frequently thinking, feeling or reacting, which will become difficult to cope with. This can feel just as bad as a physical illness.
Mental health problems affect around one in four people in any given year. They range from common problems, such as depression and anxiety, to rarer problems such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Mental health difficulties affect the ability to learn, the way in which learning takes place, communication, socialising, ability to cope, friendships and relationships.
If you feel are struggling with your mental health, you can speak to your employer, or for impartial welfare support, contact Appris’ Welfare Officer, Geraldine Wilson-Foat on 07772273372 or by email at email@example.com.
Unidays is a free discounts platform, normally open to students from sixth form, college and university. However, as Appris has a ‘ac.uk’ domain for students, all registered learners with Appris are able to take advantage of their discount programmes.