Radicalisation and Prevent Awareness
The mandatory training for health and social care is suitable for healthcare professionals and staff requiring their yearly mandatory training. This course is focusses on how to support and redirect vulnerable individuals at risk of being groomed into terrorist activities and be able to raise concerns and take action when there are concerns.
CPD hours: 1
This session aims to develop your understanding and awareness of potential indicators of risk relating to individuals being radicalised and the PREVENT resources available.
- Understand the objectives of the Prevent strategy and how healthcare professionals can contribute to the Prevent agenda.
- Identify own professional responsibilities in relation to safeguarding of adults, children and young people at risk
- Be able to seek advice if there are concerns about an individual who may have been groomed into terrorist related activities.
- Recognise potential indicators of risk relating to individuals being radicalised.
- Understand the importance of sharing information and consequences of failing to do so.
- Understand Channel multi-agency arrangements to provide support and redirection to individuals at risk of radicalisation.
- Understand Prevent in the context of Prevent Duty and the concept of non criminal space recognise influence, and understand the concepts of polarisation and the use of narratives and ideology
- Understand the term “vulnerable” in the context of Prevent and what vulnerabilities are exploited by terrorist groups
- Develop knowledge of Building Partnerships, Staying Safe: The health sector contribution to HM Government’s Prevent Strategy: guidance for healthcare workers and their organisations relevant policies, procedures and systems for Prevent.
****The mandatory training for health and social care workers modules are guided by the following:
- Standards set by the Health and Care Professions Council and the Care Quality Commission
- The Care Quality Commission (CQC) guidance for health and social care workers
- UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF)
- CQC frameworks’ and guidance for mandatory training for healthcare support staff
- Opportunity to access as a bundle or as individual sessions.
Who Can Attend?
This training package can be accessed by all staff working in healthcare environments in the UK who require an update on mandatory training.
List of Modules in Mandatory Training Package
- Anaphylaxis Awareness
- Blood Components, Transfusions and IV’s
- CSTF: CPR – BLS ,AED and Choking and Recovery Position
- CSTF: Conflict Resolutions
- CSTF: Equality and Diversity including Bullying and Harassment
- CSTF: Fire Safety,Electricity, Harmful substances
- CSTF: Health and Safety Risk Assessment: Hazards, PPE
- Infection Prevention and Control
- CSTF: Information Governance and GDPR:Data sharing, Data Protection Officer Duties, Caldicott Principles, data Protection Acts, NHS Digital Data Security
- CSTF: Moving People and Manual Handling
- CSTF:Radicalisation and Prevent
- CSTF: Safeguarding Adults at Risk Level 1 – 4
- CSTF : Safeguarding Children Level 1 and 2
- CSTF: Safeguarding Children 3 : County Lines, Radicalisation, PREVENT, Categories of abuse, FGM, Internet and online social networking, bullying. child trafficking
- CSTF : Infection Prevention and Control: spillages of fluids, managing needles and sharps, waste disposal, disease transmission, MRSA
- Complaint Handling
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
- Counter Fraud
- Dignity and Privacy
- First Aid and Burns Awareness
- Food Hygiene and Safety
- Lone Worker
- Mental Capacity Act: Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, DoLs, Best Interests, Lasting Power of Attorneys, Court of Protection and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
- Mental Health, Dementia and Learning Disability
- Physical Restraint and Personal Safety Training
- Prevention and Management of Violence (PMVA) Training
- Safe Handling and Administration of Medication
- Sepsis and NEWS2 Score
- Tissue Viability Training
- Whistle Blowing : Raising concerns, grievance and public interest disclosure
- Working in a Patient Centred Way
- Your Healthcare Career