Keep Safe Ambassador training is available for young people aged 14-18, Police Scotland Youth Volunteers, and adults with learning disabilities.
Keep Safe Ambassadors are trained on how to recognise and report hate crimes safely within the community and within a school/centre environment. The Keep Safe Ambassador programme consists of one full day of training, and will include inputs from I Am Me Scotland and/or Police Scotland. A certificate and badge are provided to participants for completing the programme.
An insight into the training…
The role of a Keep Safe Ambassador is to:
- Know what Keep Safe is
- Understand bullying and hate crime
- Recognise incidents
- Understand the importance of reporting incidents
- Know how to Report them
- Keep yourself Safe
- Identify other Ambassadors
- Identify possible Keep Safe Places
- Help make a difference!
What our Ambassadors say…
“I really feel that this is a fantastic thing that everyone should become a part of!! I now feel totally confident that I can do everything I can to help.”
“Training was very interactive and enjoyable and I have learned a lot.”
“I really enjoyed the session, I also really enjoyed the film because it was interesting and put disability hate crime into context. I felt very comfortable with the staff delivering the presentation which made it even better.”
“Great experience and glad to be a part of. The video really had an impact.”
If you would like to be added to the waiting list to become a Keep Safe Ambassador, or you would like to be trained to be able to deliver the programme in your area (Train the Trainer) – please contact us
0141 618 6241