May 3, 2017


Learner resources



We as JTM, have a duty to safeguard you to ensure that you are safe and acting within the law. Prevent is 1 out of 4 elements of CONTEST which is the government’s counter-terrorism strategy.

Prevent is not about preventing you from having political and religious views and concerns, but about supporting you to use those concerns or act on them in non-extremist ways. Key terms:

  • see Extremism: vocal or active opposition to fundamental British values such as democracy, the rule of law and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs
  • Ideology: a set of beliefs
  • Terrorism:a violent action against people or property, designed to create fear and advance a political, religious or ideological cause
  • Radicalisation: the process by which a person comes to support extremism and terrorism

More information can be found at:

Guidance on indecent images: Information you should know before sharing or receiving personal photographs

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NSPCC – ‘Learn the ‘Underwear Rule’ and always remember that your body belongs to you

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Learner Journey

Learner Journey Steps

  • 1-1 discussion with a member of the recruitment team or an assessor, who will offer initial advice and guidance.
  • Organised workshops
  • Completion of statutory documents
  • Learner surveys
  • 1-1 discussion with assessor or recruitment staff
  • Completion of assessments
  • Discussion about results and any additional support needs that the learner may have
  • 1-1 discussion with the assessor
  • Discussion and completion of statutory documents
  • Discussion and completion of specific training programme documents
  • Completion of documents for H&S/ E&D / Safeguarding in order to show identification of prior knowledge and understanding
    And what is expected moving forward
  • Shares prior achievement and skills
  • Completion of TNA and Learning Styles
  • Negotiate learning plan with assessor
  • Contribute to the completion of learner activity /reviews
  • Update the ILP
  • 1-1 discussions with the assessor
  • Utilise the online e-portfolio and upload evidence
  • The completion of Learner activity and review documents and also taking part in Observations
  • Access to additional learning support
  • Input into OTLA reports
  • Completion of learner surveys
  • 1-1 meetings with assessor
  • Attend small groups and workshops
  • Carry out duties in the workplace
  • Evidence in E-portfolio
  • Input into OTLA reports
  • Completion of learner surveys
  • Contribute to the completion of the learner activity and review documents
  • Agree short and long term targets with assessor
  • Regular 1-1 documented discussions with assessor
  • Complete H&S workbooks and follow safe practices
  • Complete E&D tasks and put into practice
  • Complete learner surveys
  • Personal and professional development of skills and qualifications
  • Complete final ILP
  • Achievement of qualification
  • Completion of exit survey
  • Discuss progression and job opportunities with assessor

Health & Wellbeing

Exercising and Healthy Eating

It is important to stay healthy and know the right ways to look after your body. Staying healthy physically can also help you stay healthy emotionally. If you are eating the right food and keeping fit, your body will be strong, which will help you to cope with stress and also fight illness.

Eating well and exercising regularly will also help you stay in good health later in life. Sleeping is also very important and having late nights can leave you feeling exhausted the following day. It can be difficult, but try to have at least 6-8 hours’ of sleep each night.

Eating healthily doesn’t have to mean giving up your favourite foods. It simply means eating a variety of foods and cutting down on food and drinks that are high in fat and sugar, such as fizzy drinks, crisps, cakes and chocolate.

Try to eat these particular foods less often and in smaller amounts!

For more information on healthy eating, have a look at: NHS Live Well

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