Training and resources

The Home Office offer free Prevent training on their website via 3 online learning packages -

  • Prevent awareness training offers an introduction to the Prevent duty and explains how it aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves
  • Prevent Referrals training is designed to make sure that when a concern is shared about a vulnerable individual that may be being radicalised that the referral is robust, informed and with good intention
  • the Channel awareness course offers an introduction to the Channel process outlining the objectives of the Channel programme, the working process, roles and responsibilities and sharing key learning and best practice

More help and training about Prevent is also available on other sites including -

  • the Act Early website, which offers a range of information and resources to professionals, community groups and families on how to identify the signs and support people susceptible to radicalisation
  • the Educate Against Hate website offers information for parents, professionals on Prevent and Internet Safety. There is also practical advice, support and resources to protect children from extremism and radicalisation
  • the Prevent duty guidance is statutory guidance aimed at specified authorities in England and Wales
  • the London Grid for Learning have worked on collaboration with schools, extremism experts, the Department for Education and the Home Office to provide advice about preventing radicalism in schools
  • advice is available on about the use of social media for online radicalisation and how to prevent it