Our pain management within dementia course looks at how pain is experienced by people in different ways and how damage caused to the brain through dementia may affect a person’s experience of pain.
Prevent Training & Anti-radicalisation Awareness
Prevent Training: Learn the correct roles towards the prevent duty and the governments counter terrorism strategy.
Our Prevent Training (Prevent Duty Training) and Anti-radicalisation Awareness Course will help you to answer the following questions and more. What is Extremism? What is Radicalisation? What is Terrorism? What can put people at risk? What is the Prevent Assessment Framework? Why do people get involved in terrorism or violent extremism? What is harm? What indicators can show an individual’s capability to cause harm? What is grooming? What is propaganda? What is the Allport Prejudice Scale? What are some indicators of an individual being involved with terrorist or extremist groups? How to make a referral and pass on information? How to support a child/ adult? What is respect? Prevent Training. In the year ending March 2022, there were 6,406 referrals to Prevent due to concerns that an individual was vulnerable to radicalisation.
Prevent Duty Training is designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand, recognize, and prevent radicalization in a variety of contexts. This training course aims to provide participants with a solid understanding of the Prevent Duty policy and its practical implications, fostering a proactive approach to safeguarding vulnerable individuals and promoting a safer, more inclusive society.
Through our Prevent Training, you will gain an understanding of the terms extremism, terrorism and radicalisation. You will learn the main safeguarding and Anti-terrorism legislation and guidance in the UK. You will learn how to recognise their role towards the Prevent duty and the government’s counter-terrorism strategy. You will learn to complete a vulnerability assessment and recognise those most vulnerable to extremism. Our Prevent training will teach you how to make appropriate referrals to CHANNEL. You will learn the aspects of Prevent that fit into regular safeguarding and identify the ways to report concerns.
What does Prevent Training & Anti-radicalisation Awareness cover?
- Prevent training highlights the difference between extremism, terrorism, and radicalisation.
- Understand what can put people at risk of harm.
- Understand what the Prevent Assessment Framework is.
- Recognise why an individual may have the intention to cause harm.
- Understand what propaganda is and how it is used.
- Gain knowledge of the importance of support.
Who is our Prevent Training & Anti-radicalisation Awareness for?
Our Prevent Training and Anti-radicalisation Awareness course is for anyone work works with or supports children or adults who may be involved within extremist groups. Whatever care or non-care sector you work in, our session will be informative and knowledgeful.
The Counter Terrorism & Security Act passed in July of 2015 means that bodies responsible for supporting children now have a legal duty to help prevent children from becoming radicalised and drawn into terrorism, Prevent Training helps fulfil this requirement. Staff must know how to identify children at risk of radicalisation and what to do if children are identified.
These bodies should ensure they are part of their local authorities’ safeguarding arrangements and that staff are aware of and know how to contribute to Prevent related activity in their area where appropriate.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Discuss how the rules of the law affect people.
- Discuss what democracy is.
- Recognise the difference between an absolute right and a qualified right.
- Demonstrate how to make a referral as well as passing on information.
- Prevent Training helps you develop knowledge, skills, and strategies that will increase your knowledge about anti-radicalisation and isolated nursing within the workplace.
- Recognise their Role towards the Prevent Duty and the government counter-terrorism strategy
- Outline the main safeguarding and Anti-terrorism legislation and guidance in the UK
- Make appropriate referrals to CHANNEL
- Complete a vulnerability assessment and recognise those most vulnerable to extremism
- Define the terms extremism, terrorism and radicalisation
- State the aspects of Prevent that fit into regular safeguarding and identify the ways to report concerns
- Challenge extremist ideas and refer young people for further help
Frequently asked questions
This Online Modern Slavery Training Course is for everyone. It provides the knowledge on how to report, acknowledge and how to handle modern slavery in and around the workplace. It enables attendees to identify signs and recognise the differences between the different types of slavery and how to act.
Our Legionella Awareness course enables attendees to gain knowledge of how legionella is found and contracted as well as the control measures that should be in place.
Reviews from Google
Why choose Able?
Specialists in your
Our courses can be personalised to the individual setting to meet the unique needs of your company.
Training can be delivered at a venue of your choice or at one of our training locations across the UK.
Trusted by companies of all sizes
Whether you’re an established enterprise or a growing startup, we’ve got your training needs covered. Trusted by companies of all sizes including:
Alzheimer’s Society, Mind, Foster Care Associates, Nursing Midwifery Council and the Scouts.
How to get started
Complete the contact form below to get in touch with our team of training advisors
A training partner will be provided to consult and work with you to create a solution that meets your specific training needs.
Receive a tailored quote and book your chosen date.
Fill in the form below so one of our team can reach out with more information.