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The introduction of the Prevent duty following the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 along with means that training for all school and college staff is crucial.
There are clear responsibilities in both the duty and the Ofsted inspection framework that safeguarding should be extended to include potential radicalisation. There is also a clear expectation that staff should have the capability to identify and respond to concerns of radicalisation to extremism.
This training will provide staff with the understanding of the potential signs and indicators and provide guidance to referral processes to support their pupils.
Aims and outcomes
This session will enable participants to understand:
- who is at risk of radicalisation
- whether there is a predicted profile
- what ‘radicalisation’ looks like
- what signs should we look out for
- when and how we should refer.
Unit 1: Recognising and responding to radicalisation