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Prevent Awareness Training (BDB110) In-House Training
From 1 July 2015 specified authorities including schools and childcare providers are subject to a duty under section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, in the exercise of their functions, to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. This course will help you understand the history of the Prevent Strategy, decode the Prevent duty and explore tools to help you support people vulnerable to radicalisation and extremism. This course fulfils the safeguarding outcomes as specified by Ofsted.
Course Duration: 1 day
- School leaders, School staff, Safeguarding leads, Governing bodies in all local authority maintained schools, Academies and Free schools
- Proprietors, Governors and staff in all Independent schools
- Proprietors, Managers and staff in childcare settings
- Youth Workers, Charities, Social Enterprises, Health Care workers and others
To provide organisations and staff with an understanding of the Prevent duty guidance (law). Looking at what this means in practice and how to identify and support vulnerable people against the threat of radicalisation and extremism.
By the end of the course, delegates will able to:
- Identify what is the Prevent Strategy
- Explore the history and drivers behind The Prevent Strategy
- Decode the Prevent Duty on specified authorities
- Explore the causes and identify the risks of radicalisation
- Identify tools, Understand CHANNEL and other interventions
- Identify successful engagement strategies with your partners
- Develop a school plan and safeguarding policies
- Explore ways to while dealing with grievances by promoting civic integration, cohesion; positive ways forward
- Explore funding and other avenues
This innovative course explores ways to cultivate a healthy awareness and how to recognise and support the vulnerable.
Course fee per delegate:
- In-house courses: P.O.A
- Maximum number of delegates 16.