From 1st July 2015, schools and education providers have been required to prevent young people from being drawn into terrorism as part of their duties under the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015. The prevention of radicalisation is part of the wider safeguarding duties of schools and all staff must know how to identify children who are at risk of radicalisation and what to do if there is a concern. This 2 hour workshop includes an overview of the Prevent strategy and the statutory responsibilities of schools and is based on the recommended Home Office content using case scenarios with accompanying DVD material. The workshop will also enable delegates to consider what this means for schools in terms of policies, procedures and practice.
- Overview of the Prevent strategy
- Vulnerability factors
- Responding to concerns
- Implications for schools
- Recommended resources to support children in building resilience
£150 + VAT (Standard rate)
£170 + VAT (Early bird)
Early bird offer is available 2 months before course date.
Includes lunch, refreshments, full set of course notes and CPD Certificate.
- Understand the Prevent strategy
- Consider factors that might make someone vulnerable to radicalisation
- Recognise possible concerns
- Be clear on what action to take in responding to a concern and what help and support is available
- Consider what this means for practice in your setting