This course has been specifically designed to help learners identify indicators of radicalization, along with providing familiarization of strategies designed to prevent radicalisation. This module will assist you in learning effective management in Preventing Radicalization. It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete, and we will test your understanding at the end.
- Developed by professionals
- Accredited by The CPD Accreditation Group
- 100% online, learn at your own time and pace
- Translates into over 100 different languages
- Instant certificate downloaded
Who is it Preventing Radicalisation Course for ?
This training is suitable for all staff working within Health and Social Care.
- Care workers, care assistants and PA’s
- Registered nurses
- Social care workers
- Housing workers
- Family members
When will I get access?
Once you purchase the Prevent Radicalization training, we will send you your login details within 24 hours.
How long will it take to complete?
This Prevent Radicalization training course offers flexible learning. Complete it in approximately one hour or at your own pace, based on your preference.
What will I learn?
- Better understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalization
- Know your responsibilities and recognize indicators that radicalization might be taking place
- Understand what extremism and radicalization are and why it is important to discuss and address these
Prevent Radicalization Course Outline
We have designed this comprehensive training program to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed for a better understanding of the complex issues surrounding radicalization. Through this course your will:
Better understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalization:
- Explore the factors that contribute to vulnerability to radicalization, such as social, economic, and psychological factors.
- Gain insights into the process of radicalization and the pathways individuals may take towards extremist ideologies.
- Learn about the influence of personal grievances, ideological propaganda, and social networks in the vulnerability to radicalization.
Know your responsibilities and recognize indicators that radicalization might be taking place:
- Understand your role and responsibilities in identifying and addressing radicalization as a professional or caregiver.
- Familiarize yourself with the signs, behaviors, and indicators that may suggest an individual is being radicalized.
- Learn how to effectively communicate and collaborate with relevant authorities and agencies when encountering potential cases of radicalization.
Understand what extremism and radicalization are and why it is important to discuss and address these:
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of the concepts of extremism and radicalization, including their definitions and manifestations.
- Explore the potential consequences and impacts of extremism and radicalization on individuals, communities, and society as a whole.
- Recognize the importance of open dialogue, education, and preventive measures in addressing extremism and radicalization effectively
How do we assess your Prevent Radicalization courses?
After completing all the knowledge sections of the Prevent Radicalization course, you will receive a multiple-choice test.
The system instantly marks the answers, providing you immediate feedback on whether you have passed or not.
If you don’t pass don’t worry, you will be able to re-take the test again at no extra charge.
When will I get my certificate?
Once you have successfully passed our course you will be able to download and print your certificate immediately.
Since the CPD Group has accredited this course, your certificate will include the CPD logo and a unique reference number.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is prevention of radicalisation?
Prevention of radicalisation refers to proactive efforts aimed at protecting vulnerable individuals from being radicalised and recruited by extremist causes or groups. Key elements include:
- Identifying risk factors – childhood trauma, mental health issues, social marginalization, etc.
- Building resilience – promoting critical thinking, empathy, coping skills, social ties.
- Countering extremist messaging – banning hate speech, taking down online content.
- Community engagement – partnering with local groups and leaders to provide support.
- Intervention programs – counselling, mentoring, theological guidance for at-risk individuals.
- Law enforcement – surveillance of high-risk networks, limiting ability to act through arrests.
- Rehabilitation – deradicalization efforts for those already radicalized through therapy and social reintegration.
What are the steps in prevent radicalisation?
Preventing radicalisation involves straightforward steps:
- Education: Teach critical thinking and respect for diverse viewpoints.
- Open Communication: Encourage open dialogue with trusted adults.
- Community Involvement: Engage in positive activities within your community.
- Online Safety: Be cautious online and report concerning content.
- Support: Offer assistance to individuals who may be vulnerable to radicalisation.
What are the 4 Ps of the Prevent Strategy?
The 4 Ps of the Prevent Strategy are:
- Pursue: To stop terrorism and those who promote it.
- Prevent: To prevent people from becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
- Protect: To protect the public and places from terrorist attacks.
- Prepare: To prepare for and respond to terrorist incidents.
What is prevent training in safeguarding?
Is prevent training a legal requirement?
In the UK, some organizations like schools and healthcare providers have to make sure their staff know how to spot signs of people getting involved in terrorism or extremist ideas. This is called the Prevent Duty. So, if you work in one of these places, you have to take Prevent training.
But if you’re not in one of these organizations, you don’t have to do Prevent training. It’s mainly for people who work in certain jobs to help keep everyone safe from extremism and terrorism.