Neil Stott

Details of talks given by Neil Stott


Organisation:
WNTAI Ltd (We Never Talk About It)
Region:
Anywhere
Notice Period:
Regular (more than one month's notice)
Type:
Social Enterprise
Biography:

Neil speaks about the growing risks of pornography to a range of professionals and organisations including:

Sports Clubs School Staff School Governors Parent Groups Soroptimists Groups Rotary Clubs Universities Foster Carer groups Voluntary Organisations FE Sector Local Authority Safeguarding Boards

WNTAI – (We Never Talk About It) is a Social Enterprise company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales no.10610144. The company has quickly established an outstanding reputation for the delivery of briefings, training and awareness sessions on a topic rarely discussed.

Neil Stott the founder of WNTAI has worked in secondary education for 20 years, as a main scale teacher, Head of Year and Senior Leader at a high performing 11- 19 Academy. He has led the student support services in school for a number of years and later accepted the position of Acting Principal. Neil has also worked with Wakefield Local Authority delivering Safeguarding sessions to Newly Qualified Teachers and provided training for the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT) and also led a Safeguarding briefing session at Pretoria University, South Africa with the National College of School Leaders (NCSL). Previously a member of the Wakefield District Safeguarding Children Board Training Group, he has worked with several Multi Agency Groups to facilitate a number of training programmes and helped with the launch of the online child protection training provided by The Virtual College. Neil has facilitated support and training on a range of Safeguarding issues to a number of schools, providing training to Governors, Staff and Students in State, Special and Private Educational settings.

To contact Neil Stott select a talk listed below.

Listed talks

Life Skills The Risks of Online Pornography
WNTAI Ltd (We Never Talk About It) Tagged: Addiction | Children | Education | Health
Anywhere