That seems to be what this story from The Guardian is telling us:
"Behind the heavy wooden doors of House of Commons committee room 10, a little-known group of young Tories gathered in private on Wednesday to rally their forces ahead of the general election. The chintzy decor provided an incongruous backdrop for the Young Britons' Foundation, which has begun to earn a reputation in Tory circles as "the Conservative madrasa"."
With strong links with the American neo-conservative movement, the YBF regularly sends activists on subsidised trips to conferences in the US. "We go into schools and we proselytise conservatism and we get hold of the best kids and train them up," Blaney has said. "We have been described as a Conservative madrasa, so we bring the next generation out to the States and bring them back radicalised."
Blaney even takes his charges on firearms training courses. In 2008 he took activists and young Conservatives to the Blue Ridge Arsenal in Virginia, reporting that the feeling of "hot brass, gun recoil and smell of gunpowder was incredible". There are also partnerships with American rightwing thinktanks and foundations. The trips are all part of a plan to place "young radical free-market Anglosphere Conservatives in public life".