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Preventing radicalisation - training

A refreshed programme of Prevent training events have been developed for 2023/24, including an updated course that provides the latest information on Prevent as well as recently launched e-learning products. 

The three main local Face to Face training courses are:

Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent

This Home Office approved course takes around 1hr 30 minutes and introduces Prevent, discussing the issues of vulnerability to radicalisation, the risk and how to access support. 

Prevent Update Training (Revised)

The Prevent Duty was established in 2015 and since that time many people have attended the Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent. However, the changing nature of the threat and risk associated with Violent extremism means that we need to refresh our understanding of how vulnerable individuals can be radicalised and how we can work together to challenge this. A new training course has been prepared for this purpose, and covers: - 

  • A brief overview of the Prevent Duty
  • The current priorities and risks in Warwickshire 
  • The signs and symbols associated with extremism 
  • The impact of online grooming 
  • The support that is available and how to access it 

The training takes 1hr 30mins and is a practical guide to the Prevent Duty highly suitable for those staff that have attended WRAP previously and need a refresh as well as those who are new to Prevent. 

Prevent Online Grooming

This course option provides a guide to how social media and gaming can be used to groom vulnerable individuals, not just through radicalisation, but other forms of potential harm, potential harm. content includes, the impact of different social media apps, the Dark Web, gaming as well as guides to help keep safe online. 

Prevent E-Learning Opportunities

There two new Prevent e-learning products now available: a dedicated referral awareness eLearning package, and a package that explains in depth the Channel process to support the online awareness tool. 

For any of the training or if you are an external delegate, please contact Geoff Thomas at