The Education and Training Foundation have developed a suite of free online training modules designed for FE and training providers to raise awarenss of their responsibilities in complying with the Prevent duty. This is in recognition that all staff, governors and board members are required to be Prevent duty trained in the new Prevent duty Guidance for FE. The modules provide awareness training in context of Prevent duty responsibilities in FE and training.
It should take about 50 minutes to complete both the training module and the assessment. If you achieve a mark of 85% you will be able to print off a Foundation certificate recognising your achievement.
You should choose the appropriate module for your role:
- Practitioners including tutors, assessors, teachers, lecturers etc.
- All support staff
- Leaders and managers
- Governors and board members
There are also four new modules:
- Support staff easy read version with a voice-over
- Employers with apprenticies, students on placement or trainees
- Subcontractors not directly involved in education or training
- Host families
Some staff may have a dual role e.g. governor or board member and one of the other three roles. Governing body or board clerks may decide to complete the leader and managers’ module and/or the governor module. It should be taken into account that much of the material is inevitably similar.
The Foundation has created these modules with the aim of making them accessible to the widest range of users, regardless of disability or the device they use to view it.
Each institution should have a designated Prevent Officer – usually the Safeguarding Officer – you should make sure that you know who this is how to contact them if you have a concern in relation to preventing extremism.
The Home Office has produced a new 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
Channel Training. The Police College has also developed a training module which raises awareness of the Channel support programme. Providers may find that this complements the ETF training modules.