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Prevention of Radicalisation

Overview

This CPD-certified, level-2 e-learning course is suitable for frontline staff (such as police, social services, probation, education and health staff) as well as the community.

The course includes optional voiceover recorded by a professional actor and culminates with an assessment. It is specifically designed to help learners identify indicators of radicalisation, along with providing familiarisation of strategies designed to prevent radicalisation.

Law & Legislation

This course covers key points from:

  • The Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015
  • The Prevent Duty
  • The Prevent Strategy
  • flick's prevention of radicalisation training has been reviewed and vetted by HM Government and is included in the Home Office Prevent Training Catalogue.

Course Content

  • Introduction - The definitions of radicalisation, terrorism, extremism, and hateful extremism, a look at lone actors, as well as identifying who is most at risk and how people become radicalised.
  • Forms and Consequences - The methods used by those seeking to radicalise - in particular on social media. Reasons why people are attracted to extremism, consequences of radicalisation - for individuals and their families.
  • Signs - Signs and behaviours, when to take urgent action, how to act if you suspect someone is being radicalised, what to do.
  • Action - The Government's counter-terrorism strategy, including Contest, Prevent and Channel, the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act, Prevent Duty Guidance and requirements, and who to contact for help.
  • Extremism - A detailed look at different types of extremism and the dangers it poses to the UK, as well as what is being done to counteract it.