Safeguarding Against Radicalisation - The Prevent Duty
Extremism – Radicalisation – Terrorism. How do they occur, what are their effects and what are your responsibilities? This is an important course for almost anyone, in particular if you work with children, young people, and those who are vulnerable to being influenced
This courses is intended for anyone working in education, local authorities, health, youth justice, probation, the private sector and any organisation working with children and young people.
The course is in three modules. It covers the meaning of 'extremism' and its links to terrorism. It goes through all the key legislation, in particular The Prevent Duty. And you will learn what signs might indicate people are being radicalised, and how can you help prevent it.
You will automatically get a course certificate on course completion – with your name, the CPD hours, the date and learning objectives.
The course contains additional resource materials, useful links and refresher guides.
Once you’ve completed this course, you’ll have a knowledge of:
- The range of threats we face
- What extremism is and how it’s linked to terrorism
- The processes of radicalisationand how radicalisation occurs, including the role of social media
- What religion has to do with it
- The key legislation and recent updates
- The government’s counter-terrorism strategy - CONTEST
- The Prevent strategy and the Prevent duty; what it means to different sectors and who it applies to
- Channel – what it is and how it helps those at risk
- What the signs of radicalisation are and how to report concerns
- What makes people vulnerable
- How to help prevent violent extremism