We offer training to organisations, community groups, education establishments and front line staff who engage with children, young people and individuals or groups who may be susceptible to being radicalised or drawn into extremist narratives.

Prevent, Channel E-Learning and WRAP

Workshop to raise awareness of prevent (WRAP)

Aim

To explain the purpose of Prevent, the process of radicalisation, how to identify when someone may be vulnerable to radicalisation, how to raise concerns and what support looks like in Kirklees.

Target audience

Frontline staff, including police, social services, probation, education, health staff and local communities.

Description

Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP) is an interactive facilitated workshop centered on a package of video content. The workshop provides an introduction to Prevent and has been developed to raise awareness of and explain Prevent within the wider safeguarding context.

Delivery method

Facilitated – by a member of staff from the Prevent Hub

Length of time to complete

Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes; timings may vary depending on facilitator input and audience participation and size.

Cost

Free

How to book

Kirklees Council staff book via MiPod Extra

Individual sessions can be booked via Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board

Group bookings email:

The Home Office e-learning Prevent

Aim

To explain the purpose of Prevent, the process of radicalisation, how to identify when someone may be vulnerable to radicalisation, how to raise concerns and what a proportionate response looks like.

Target audience

Frontline staff, including police, social services, probation, education, health staff and local communities.

Description

HM Government have developed a Prevent e-Learning product to provide an introduction to Prevent aimed at objective two of the Prevent strategy - supporting vulnerable people. It has been developed to raise awareness of and explain Prevent within the wider safeguarding context. The Prevent e-Learning is currently in development and will to support existing facilitated WRAP training

Delivery method

Web enabled e-learning

Length of time to complete

Approximately 40mins – 1hour; timings may vary depending on audience accessing additional supporting content.

Cost

Free

How to access

Channel general awareness e-learning

Aim

To raise awareness of the Channel Duty Guidance process and how Prevent works to provide a proportionate response to support vulnerable people within the non-criminal space.

Channel is a programme which focuses on providing support at an early stage to people who are identified as being vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism. The programme uses a multi-agency approach to protect vulnerable people by:

  • identifying individuals at risk;
  • assessing the nature and extent of that risk; and
  • developing the most appropriate support plan for the individuals concerned.

Target audience

Frontline and strategic/safeguarding staff across public sector organisations such as police, social services, probation, education and health staff and local communities.

Description

This module provides information on Channel, duties and responsibilities within the process. The course should enable the user to:

  • Understand how Channel links to the Governments Counter-Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST);
  • Describe the Channel process and its purpose;
  • Identify factors that can make people vulnerable to radicalisation; and
  • Define safeguarding and risk ownership of the Channel process.

Delivery method

Web enabled e-learning

Length of time to complete

Approximately 30 minutes

Cost

Free

How to access

Educate against hate

Aim

To raise awareness amongst the education sector and parents of the risks to children from extremism and radicalisation, and to provide them with the knowledge and resources to help safeguard children from those risks.

Target audience

Parents, teachers and school governors/leaders

Description

Educate Against Hate has been designed as a one-stop-shop to equip teachers, school governors and parents with the skills, tools and resources they need to recognise and address extremism and radicalisation in young people.

The website provides links to, and recommends resources and websites that have been judged as useful to the schools sector. These include current Prevent Best Practice Catalogue products, and products that DfE educational advisors have recommended are suitable for wider roll out.

Delivery method

Online digital platform, promoted through social media

Length of time to complete

Approximately 40mins – 1hour; timings may vary depending on audience accessing additional supporting content.

Cost

Free

How to accesss

Contact us