Thursday, 16 January 2020
Novotel Birmingham Centre

A workshop to equip FE Skills providers with detailed understanding & practical advice to effectively implement the Prevent Statutory Duty


A workshop to equip providers with a more detailed understanding of the requirements of the Prevent Statutory, a requirement of the Counter Terrorism & Security Act 2015, & how to effectively embed it within their organisations.

The workshop provides useful practical insight into:

  • How to undertake effective risk assessment & create a Prevent action plan
  • Who are useful partners & what information is available to inform risk assessments
  • What are the staff training requirements & where can useful resources be found
  • How should Safeguarding policies be updated to include the Prevent Duty & advice regarding referral pathways
  • How we support people we are concerned about & how to access the Channel scheme
  • British Values – an expert insight embedding BV into your curriculum
  • Signposting to resources & support nationally
  • The current threat picture from terrorism & extremism

See the Agenda for more information.

Target Audience

FE Skills Providers that are subject to the requirements of the Prevent Statutory Duty.

100% of previous attendees rated this event 'Excellent' or 'Good'!

  • 'A very good all round workshop'
  • 'Excellent event to reinforce prevent and safeguarding'
  • 'Very comprehensive, useful content and discussion'
  • 'Excellent informative day. Learned more from today than all previous conferences!'
  • 'Really informative and engaging sessions, with some vital information shared with education establishments to make the required progress, thank you!'

Delegate Fees

AELP Member rate: £159.00 + VAT
Non-Member rate: £359.00 + VAT

Membership Pledge

Any non-member, who pays the non-member rate and subsequently becomes a member within 30 days of attending an event, will be reimbursed the difference between the non-member rate and the AELP member rate.

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