Safeguarding & Prevent at PTS

Safeguarding & Prevent at PTS

At PTS we take the welfare of our learners, customers and staff very seriously. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of young people and adults at risk, this is part of our ethos and is a commitment shared across our organisation. Our safeguarding policy and procedures are there to ensure we protect and support those at risk and enable them to work towards a better future.

We take our duty under the Prevent Strategy very seriously, we aim to identify those who are risk from radicalisation and follow procedures to ensure the individual receives the right level of support and intervention. We work in partnerships across Gloucestershire and the South West to safeguard those most vulnerable to the risks of violent extremism and are proud to be a member of the Prevent South West Forum.

Please view our Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Policy - Annexe F COVID-19 here - View Document

The key objectives of our policy are to:

•Promote a safe learning environment for all of our customers and learners to achieve their full potential

•Actively promote good health and wellbeing for all

•Early identification of those at risk of harm, offering a tailored approach to safeguard and support

•Work in partnership with other organisations who share the same commitment to safeguarding our young people and adults

If you are a learner of customer and are concerned about your own wellbeing or safety or you are concerned about someone you know then please contact the PTS Safeguarding Team on 01452 300255 or katew@ptsyouth.co.uk

Contact Us:

PTS Safeguarding Team on 01452 300255 or katew@ptsyouth.co.uk

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