BRAVE | Building Resilience Against Violence & Extremism with St Giles Trust
Helps children and young people have greater awareness of the realities and issues surrounding gang involvement, drugs, violence, extremism and radicalisation, and learn about strategies to help avoid the risk of becoming involved in these activities.
We have developed BRAVE for Professionals and BRAVE for Communities to complement our work with young people, deepening knowledge, increasing confidence and focussing on practical actions, tailored for a range of adult roles, from teachers and youth workers to parents and community leaders.
Our facilitators are highly skilled and credible, enabling learning across a diversity of cohorts, tailoring delivery to need with local knowledge, nationally.
This adaptable course can be delivered to any sized groups of young people to fit needs, including Primary, Secondary, FE, PRUs, Alternative Provision, YOS, Community settings.
We are delighted to also offer BRAVE for Professionals and BRAVE for Communities.
3 x 90 minute sessions delivered with St Giles Trust and ConnectFutures facilitators plus enhanced presence.
Facilitators will remain between sessions to offer further support to young people. Where disclosures are made, our facilitators will follow safeguarding procedures which include alerting the site’s safeguarding lead.
Topics & Learning Outcomes
Delivered with Credibility and Impact
“We were informed of the dangers in a very educational, fun and helpful way.”AbdiCollege Student
“Excellent facilitators and content. BRAVE was a very engaging and relevant course.”MattVice Principal at a Secondary School
”BRAVE is extremely well run, delivers work that is highly relevant to Prevent and performs to a high, efficient and effective standard.Centre for Trust, Peace and Social RelationsCoventry University
We have adapted to the changing needs of our clients, including COVID compliant delivery, and combinations of delivery types to ensure we maintain quality and reach.