Radicalisation And Extremism Children’s Home

It is important to understand what the radicalisation process looks like in order for families, friends and communities to help …

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It is important to understand what the radicalisation process looks like in order for families, friends and communities to help prevent acts of violent extremism. This course aims to provide an understanding of what causes people to be vulnerable to radicalisation or influenced by extremism, some skills to help recognise those potentially vulnerable to radicalisation, and information on what to do if concerned about individuals.

The key areas of the course are as follows:

  1. What is radicalisation?
  2. What is violent extremism?
  3. Understanding the radicalisation process
  4. Radicalisation and the internet
  5. The ‘Prevent’ strand of the government’s CONTEST strategy

This course meets the Children’s Home Quality Standards as outlined in The Children’s Homes Regulations (England) 2015 & Children’s Homes Quality Standards 2015.

Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.

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  1. Profile photo of Ursula Kuruk Ursula Kuruk says:

    impact my knowledge at work and in the wider community
    had general understanding of radicalisation
    learnt what exremism
    how to prevent terrorism
    Great

  2. Profile photo of Wendy Murcott Wendy Murcott says:

    To be more vigulant about others.
    It makes you think more about life.
    You dont realise it goes on.
    Its interesting.
    Great

  3. Profile photo of Michael Wade Michael Wade says:

    I will continue to make all young people feel welcome an listened to as part of a group and society to reduce the risk of individuals in my care being radicalised. I will continue to pay attention to individuals political and social opinions for signs of extremism.
    The places in which radicalisation can start
    What can lead an individual to radicalisation and extremism
    What groups of people are seen as radical or extremist
    Great

  4. Profile photo of Ashlie Holder Ashlie Holder says:

    learnt that religion is becoming a violent world and has gone past respecting each others values and ends up taking innocent peoples lives.
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    ashlie
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  5. Profile photo of Ashlie Holder Ashlie Holder says:

    ashlie
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  6. Profile photo of Sarah Fiedorowicz Sarah Fiedorowicz says:

    The young people I work with have a limited understanding
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  7. Profile photo of Jo Wootton Jo Wootton says:

    The young people that I work with have limited understanding and are supported at all times to maintain their safety

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    Gail
    Jo
    Great

  8. Profile photo of Sarah Holland Sarah Holland says:

    I will be more aware of the dangers and ensure myself, staff and young people risks are reduced
    The work being under taken to help radicalisation and extremism
    Internet plays a big part
    Difference between radicalisation and extremism
    Great

  9. Profile photo of Ria Jinks Ria Jinks says:

    listen and give informed choices
    different types of extremism
    what far right extremism is
    what is extremism
    Great

  10. Profile photo of Helen Murray Helen Murray says:

    I will be more vigilant when working with young people in regards to statements they may make and ideas they believe to be true if it concerns radical views of other faiths and/ or religions.
    Individuals who are part of the radicalisation process can be as young as 7
    Individuals most at risk from radicalisation are those from a less socio economical background
    Radicalisation occurs within numerous agencies such as university
    Great

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