Safeguarding and Welfare
MBKB aims to adopt the highest possible standards to ensure the safety and welfare of all learners and staff.
A duty to Protect and Safeguard
MBKB have a duty to protect and safeguard our learners, which is very important to us.
If you have concerns about your own well-being or safety, or need advice then please contact our Safeguarding team. Our designated safeguarding lead is Katie Biggs.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 07940353947
What does our Policy cover?
MBKB have a safeguarding policy which covers:
• Protecting all learners from harm, regardless of their age, gender, religion or ethnicity.
• Promoting our learners’ health and development.
• Taking action to ensure all of our learners are kept safe.
• Preventing harm to learners including harm such as abuse and bullying.
• Preventing learners being drawn into terrorism and being radicalised.
• Ensuring learners are in a safe environment.
MBKB have a safeguarding policy which can be found on our policies page. This covers:
• Modern slavery and sexual exploitation
• Harm and abuse
• Protecting vulnerable learners
• MBKB’s responsibilities in safeguarding learners
• Reporting concerns and dealing with disclosures
• Safer recruitment
• Modern slavery
• Child sexual exploitation
• The prevent duty
Need to report abuse?
If you are concerned about exploitation or online abuse or are worried about someone else, you can click on the ‘report abuse’ button on this page which will take you to the CEOP page (child exploitation and online protection centre).
Safeguarding & Prevent Training
Prevent – Online Training
Log in, click on the left hand column in pink called “side by side”.
This will allow you access to two videos and 4 modules. Each module has an achievement certificate which you will be able to download upon completion. You will learn about extremism and radicalisation, staying safe online, what to trust online and British Values.
Team Safeguarding Training
In November we had training from the counter -terrorism team at West Midlands Police. We learned about various extremist groups, signs and symbols associated with them and how to report concerns relating to terrorism.