Prevent duty: training and support
Preventing violent extremism training
Complete the Preventing Violent Extremism course on the Learning pool.
The course will introduce you to the Prevent Counterterrorism Strategy.
It is aimed at those working with children, young people and families. You will learn about the Prevent agenda and your role within it, including statutory duties.
Prevent duty training
This e-learning was developed by the Home Office. It will help you understand the:
- objectives of Prevent
- working process
- roles and responsibilities
It shares key learning and best practice from around the country. You will work through example case studies so you can see the process in action.
Model safeguarding school policy
It is rare for school children to become involved in criminal extremist activity. But young people can be exposed to extremist views online from an early age.
This policy has been developed for East Sussex schools. It contains details on how you will protect children from messages of violent extremism:
Promoting British values
The government has set out the need for ‘British values’. These aim to help everyone live in safe and welcoming communities where they feel they belong.
This guidance explains what they expect pupils to learn and some actions that schools can take:
Prevent resources for schools
Educate against hate provides government advice and trusted resources for schools to:
- safeguard students from radicalisation
- build resilience to all types of extremism
- promote shared values
This resource includes:
- classroom resources
- government guidance
- training for staff
- posters and leaflets
Act Early provides practical help and guidance on spotting the signs of radicalisation.
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