PREVENT (WRAP) Awareness Training: Safeguarding Against Radicalisation and Extremism
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Target Group / Level
This course is targeted to adults and children health and social care staff in a wide range of setting which includes foster carers, family support workers, children home staff, and those in residential care, nursing care, home care and supported living settings, personal assistants and other frontline practitioners and volunteers who have regular contact with service users/patients and their families or carers in the London Borough of Sutton.
Staff Groups B, C, D, and E as per the Bournemouth University National Mental Capacity Act Competency Framework.
Level 3 staff and above (ref: NHS Intercollegiate document 2018 - Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies For Healthcare Staff): Registered health care staff who engage in assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of adults where there are safeguarding concerns (as appropriate to role).
This course covers the Statutory Prevent Duty – 1 July 2015, Section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 places a duty on certain bodies to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. The Prevent Duty applies to all forms of Extremism. It is designed to embed compliance to the Statutory Prevent duty in everyday business, provide staff training to implement the duty effectively.
Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Training Schedule for the day:
• Statutory Prevent Duty Awareness
• Recognising Extremism, Radicalisation Processes, Terrorism, How to Safeguard individuals who may be vulnerable to being groomed into extremism and potentially terrorism
• Channel Referrals – Multi-Agency Support
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
• Understand the requirements and responsibilities of the Statutory Prevent Duty
• Understand the factors that can make people vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism and to challenge extremist ideas which are used by terrorist groups and can purport to legitimise terrorism
• Understand how and where early intervention opportunities can be maximised