This e-learning course gives professionals an awareness of the radicalisation process and a clear understanding of the Prevent duty.
This course is essential for all professionals who work in sectors where they come into contact with people who may be vulnerable to radicalisation, whether they are adults, children or young people.
Subject Matter Experts
A number of subject matter experts prevalent in this field have worked on the development of the course to ensure it meets training requirements in a sensitive and informative way.
Some of those who contributed to the e-learning include Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board, Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children’s Board and Safe in Tees Valley.
Award winning e-learning content
The content of the course has been created by an award winning e-learning development team and includes reflective practice, work-based scenarios and gamification to ensure learners effectively engage with the course and retain knowledge.
The reliable content supplies the information whilst also encouraging professionals to consider how they would apply this information into everyday scenarios to further increase understanding.
This course is CPD accredited and should take approximately an hour to an hour and a half to complete.
On completion you will be able to download and print a certificate.
- Understand what extremism and radicalisation are and why it is important to discuss and address these
- Know the main elements of the Prevent strand of the government’s CONTEST strategy
- Better understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalisation
- Know your responsibilities and recognise indicators that radicalisation might be taking place
Legislation / guidance covered:
- Terrorism Act (2000 & 2008)
- The Prevention of Terrorism Act (2005)
- Counter-Terrorism Act (2008)
- Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill (2015)
- Contest (Counter Terrorism Strategy)
- Prevent Strategy and Channel Guidance
Welcome and Learning Outcomes
- Types of terrorism
- Why this needs to be discussed
- Legislation and government strategies
- Prevent and CONTEST
- Prevent and Channel
The Radicalisation Process
- Case studies
- Spotting the signs
- Ladders and Snakes game
- Reflective exercises and challenges
What should I do?
- A proportionate response
- My responsibilities
- What information to share and how