AELP Webinar: Emerging good practice in the operational implementation of Prevent & the Statutory Duty

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The webinar will focus on emerging good practice in the operational implementation of the Prevent Duty, with specific reference to the environmental challenges faced by training providers of all types, sizes & geographical coverage whilst taking account of the impact of the Covid-19 crisis.

The session will include the following:

  • How to undertake an effective risk assessment & create a fit for purpose Prevent action plan
  • The importance of engaging senior leadership in the process & making essential links to supportive partners
  • Prevent training – who should receive it, what should it include & what resources are available?
  • British Values – how important is it & how do I embed it with learners
  • What networks & sources of ongoing support are available?

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this webinar, delegates will understand:

  • What Prevent & the Statutory mean to an FE Skills provider
  • How to embed the requirements of the Prevent Duty into the organisation
  • Where resources & ongoing advice & support can be accessed.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

FE Skills providers that are defined as “specified authorities” & therefore subject to the statutory requirements of Section 26 of Counter-Terrorism & Security Act 2015 (the Prevent Statutory Duty).

DELEGATE FEES

AELP Member: Complimentary to AELP members

Network Member: £99.00 + VAT

Non-Member: £119.00 + VAT

THE PACKAGE

  • Access to the live webinar, recording, slides, and Q&As after the webinar.
  • Prevent risk assessment/action plan good practice template & advice on completion.
  • Terrorism risk & threat overview & how to access localised information.
  • Access to other plans, policies & product examples as required.
  • The opportunity to join Department for Education regional Prevent networks for ongoing support & advice.

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