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The Prevent Duty came into force on 1 July 2015. The duty requires all childcare providers to have regard
to preventing people from being drawn into terrorism.

This course looks at what early education childcare providers are expected to do and builds knowledge of what
extremism and radicalisation are and what you should do if you have a concern about a child, young person,
or adult.

Aim and objectives

  • Understand the government’s counter-terrorism strategy and where the Prevent Duty fits in 
  • Learn what is expected of those in leadership positions in an early education environment
  • Identify what extremism and radicalisation are, who may be at risk and how to support them 
  • Identify characteristics that may indicate a person is susceptible to radicalisation
  • Understand what providers must do to comply to meet Ofsted requirements of the Prevent Duty 
  • Understand what to do if you have a concern 

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Aimed at

This course is for Private, Voluntary and Independent early years providers, including childminders.


Date and time

Monday 6 March, 6.50pm-8.30pm


Balbir Sohal, Prevent Education Officer, Coventry City Council

Delivery method
Online via Microsoft Teams