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Prevent safeguards people at risk of radicalisation in a similar way to safeguarding processes designed to protect people from gangs, drug abuse, and physical and sexual abuse. 

Prevent is one part of the government’s overall counter-terrorism strategy, CONTEST. The aim of Prevent is to:

  • tackle the causes of radicalisation
  • respond to the challenges that terrorist ideology may present
  • safeguard and support those most at risk of radicalisation through early intervention
  • support those who have already engaged in terrorism to disengage and rehabilitate

Who Prevent duty training is for 

This training is for people working in sectors covered by the Prevent duty, such as: 

  • education
  • health
  • local authorities
  • police
  • prisons
  • probation
  • youth justice

Other sectors that are not covered by the Prevent duty may also complete this training.

Prevent duty courses

In these training courses, you will learn about:

  • the Prevent duty
  • different extremist ideologies that can lead to terrorism
  • the risk around radicalisation and your supportive role
  • making a Prevent referral that is both informed and made with good intention
  • the interventions and support available