PREVENTING RADICALISATION AND EXTREMISM IN EDUCATION E-LEARNING
It’s essential that those who work with children and young people are able to identify those who may be vulnerable to radicalisation
and know what to do when they are identified.
This Preventing Radicalisation and Extremism in Education e-Learning course introduces you to the Government’s CONTEST Strategy,
Prevent programme and the Channel Process.
This e-learning course will explain how to approach safeguarding vulnerable people from being radicalised in education and will help you
to identify signs of radicalisation and understand when and how to report concerns to others.
This e-learning course is designed for anyone in education who needs to learn more about the Government’s Prevent strategy, which is
aimed at preventing radicalisation and extremism in schools.
At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:
- Identify the aims and objectives of the the CONTEST strategy, as well as the Prevent Programme and the Channel Process
- Define key terms that are used to prevent radicalisation and extremism in education
- Identify those who are vulnerable and at risk and the factors which should be considered to assess someone’s vulnerability
- Recognise your role and legal duty to safeguard vulnerable people
- Take appropriate action to safeguard vulnerable people
- Escalate concerns promptly to relevant people
Format: Interactive | Course Duration: 30 – 35 minutesDownload the course description here »