Preventing Radicalisation | Level 2 | Online Training Course | CPDUK Accredited | Instant Course Access | Includes Assessment & Certificate | Instant Certificate Download.
Welcome to our online Preventing Radicalisation training course for front-line healthcare and social care providers. All our online training courses, programmes and qualifications are accredited by the CPD Certification Service (CPDUK).
All organisations that work with or come into contact with children should have adequate safeguarding policies and procedures to ensure that every child, regardless of their age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation, has a right to equal protection from harm.
Setting up and following good safeguarding policies and procedures means children are safe from adults and other children who might pose a risk. This includes voluntary and community organisations, faith groups, private sector providers, as well as schools, hospitals and sports clubs.
Certificate duration: 2 years
Entry requirements: No entry restrictions
Recommended prerequisites: N/A
Assessment type: End of course assessment
Assessment pass mark – 80% needed to pass and gain a CPD certificate
Cost(s) of assessment and certification – All costs included in the course price
Awarding/Accrediting body – CPD Certification Service (CPDUK)
Who is the course for?
This online Preventing Radicalisation training course should be completed by those who work in health and social care services, including:
- NHS medical, nursing, AHP and care staff
- Locum doctors and nurses
- Locum allied health professionals (AHPs)
- Agency nurses
- Agency workers
- Healthcare assistants
- Support workers
- Care assistants
- Community services.
What is covered in this course?
This online Preventing Radicalisation training course covers the following:
- Objectives of the Prevent strategy,
- How the health and social care sectors can contribute to the Prevent agenda,
- Professional responsibilities about the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults,
- Factors that can make individuals susceptible to radicalisation,
- How vulnerabilities in individuals may result in risks to others,
- Reporting responsibilities, and where to find advice if you have concerns about vulnerable people who are being groomed into terrorist-related activities,
- Critical factors that may indicate that vulnerable people are being radicalised or are at risk of being involved in terrorism-related activities,
- How the internet and other indirect methods can lead to the radicalisation of vulnerable people,
- What must-do if you have concerns, including where to find advice and how to refer concerns, and
- Your responsibilities concerning information sharing and the consequences of failing to share information.