Radicalisation and Extremism
Young people in Britain have become more and more at risk of Radicalisation & extremism and those working in this sector need to be aware of the factors that make young people more vulnerable to radicalisation, both within the family and externally. In order for schools and childcare providers to fulfil the Prevent duty, its is essential that staff are able to identify children who may be vulnerable to radicalisation, and know what to do when they are identified. The statutory guidance makes clear that schools and childcare providers are expected to assess the risk of children being drawn into terrorism, including support for exteremist ideas that are part of terrorist ideology.
Who is the Course aimed at?
The course is aimed at teachers, teaching assistants, residential child/adult care workers, social workers, foster carers, any child or adult support staff, workers that have regular direct contact with children or adults, support groups, sports groups, clubs etc.
How long is the Course?
1 day (can we run as half a day)
What will you learn?
Having completed this course learners will:
- Have an awareness of the background to Radicalisation & Extremism in young people, including definitions, the key legislation and guidance and research findings.
- Understand the risk assessment process, including the elements of a good assessment.
- Know the categories of risk and what vulnerability factors to look for when undertaking an assessment.
- Have a basic knowledge of the responsibilities of the key agencies involved in helping children that are being, or at risk of being radicalised.
“The training was really good” – Family Support Worker, Nottingham