Hate Crime can be extremely disturbing for victims and their respective communities. But how prevalent is Hate Crime, and what does the law do to protect and support victims, as well as deal with perpetrators? Learn about this and more with this course.
This course is suitable for anyone working with vulnerable people, or for anyone who wishes to increase their awareness of hate crime, and understand how to recognise and respond to hate crimes, including:
- All practitioners who come into contact with people
- Frontline health and social care staff
- General public
This short, three module course will provide an awareness of what a hate crime and hate incident is and how prevalent hate crimes are. You will learn who the victims and perpetrators are, what effect hate crimes have on a person, and what the current challenges are. This course will introduce you to the law around hate crime and how to respond to an incident.
You will automatically get a course certificate on course completion – with your name, the CPD hours, the date and learning objectives.
Once you’ve completed this course, you’ll have a knowledge of:
- What a hate crime is
- How it effects the victim
- Who the victim and perpetrators are
- How prevalent hate crime is
- About the law
- How to respond to hate crime incidents
- How to keep safe on the internet
- What happens after a hate crime is reported