The Prevent Duty and Safeguarding

All FE providers have a duty to safeguard their students, Prevent is about safeguarding our students to keep them both safe and within the law. The Prevent Duty is not about preventing students from having political and religious views and concerns but about supporting them to use those concerns or act on them in non-extremist ways. Providers from across the sector will find resources here to support them in adopting the Prevent Duty.

New resources and training from the Education and Training Foundation

Now available:

NEW British values and the Prevent Duty two day workshop for Curriculum Leaders

One day Prevent training for curriculum staff :  South and City College, Birmingham on 14th July 2016

  • British values in the curriculum
  • Challenging extremism and
  • Approaches to critical thinking to develop resilience

 

Agenda for British values and Prevent duty training day for curriculum leaders

Please note the British values and Prevent duty for curriculum leaders is open to all post 16 providers including 6th form colleges: please ignore the generic information on the booking system when booking Prevent support and training.

Click on the relevant link to register:

Prevent duty two day workshop for Safeguarding officers. 

Download the agenda: Agenda: Prevent for Safeguarding Officers. Please note the Prevent for Safeguarding officers two day workshop is open to all post 16 providers including 6th form colleges. Please ignore the generic information on the booking system when booking Prevent support and training.

Click on the relevant link to register:

  • Prevent duty for Safeguarding officers: two day workshop: 20th and 21st July in North West London College: Wembley
  • The two day workshop is also available as an inhouse option
  • In-house one to one consultancy or bespoke Prevent duty training eg British values and the curriculum and challenging extremism. Contact: prevent@etfoundation.co.uk for more information