Prevention of radicalisation (Level 2, Home Office reviewed & vetted, CPD-certified)

Provider: flick learning limited
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Accreditation opportunities: CPD-certified, Home Office vetted

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Description This Home Office reviewed and vetted course is specifically designed to help learners identify indicators of radicalisation, along with providing familiarisation of strategies designed to prevent radicalisation.
Duration 58 minutes
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This course includes optional voiceover recorded by a professional voiceover actor and includes downloadable resources, culminates with an assessment and provides certification upon completion to evidence the learning provided. 

It is specifically designed to help learners identify indicators of radicalisation, along with providing familiarisation of strategies designed to prevent radicalisation.

 

 
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All flick courses offer a range of additional resources, including a YouTube playlist and Pinterest Board (full of current articles, news items, blogs etc.), which are updated weekly.

Also, when you purchase this course, you will also have free access to other courses in the flick subscription such as: child protection, fire safety, FGM, e-safety, forced marriage, domestic abuse, food hygiene, prevention of radicalisation for students and many others.

Details

Topic 1: introduction

Definitions of radicalisation, terrorism and extremism, the threat from ISIS to young and/or vulnerable people in the UK, who is most at risk, how people are becoming radicalised, lone actors.

 

Topic 2: forms and consequences

Methods of those who wish to radicalise, ISIS on social media – Twitter, virtual supporters, ‘bots’. Reasons why people are attracted to extremism, consequences of radicalisation – for individuals and their families.

 

Topic 3: signs
Signs and behaviours, when to take urgent action, how to act if you suspect someone is being radicalised, what to do. 

 

Topic 4: action
The Government’s counter-terrorism strategy, including Contest, Prevent and Channel, the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, Prevent Duty Guidance and requirements, who to contact for help.

 

Topic 5: extremism
A detailed look at extremism covering the government's counter-extremism strategy guidance published in November 2015.

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.