In 2017, there were 412 arrests for terrorism-related offences. With issues of human rights, hate crime and democracy becoming ever more prevalent in the UK and the world, it is more important than ever to be informed on the measures that can be taken to help prevent terrorism and promote safeguarding and British Values in society.
This course will equip you with a detailed understanding of how to recognise and prevent radicalisation and extremism, the principles of safeguarding, the Prevent duty and its importance in society, and the importance of online safety and British Values.
Who will Benefit from the Course
This course is suitable for anyone working in, or looking to work in, a role which involves the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults. The knowledge gained by carrying out this qualification is transferable across a wide range of sectors, allowing you to apply it to your own employment context. The minimum age requirement is 16 years old.
Studying via distance learning means you can choose when and where you study as long as you meet the identified unit deadlines.
This Course is Available:
The course is 100% online and on demand. Each unit has a deadline but learners can complete the programme at any time before this deadline at a time that fits around existing commitments. Learners must have access to a laptop, computer or tablet (phones cannot be used) and have internet access.
What you will Learn
This course is split into four manageable units:
Unit 1: Principles of safeguarding
Unit 2: The Prevent duty and its importance in society
Unit 3: The importance of online safety
Unit 4: The importance of British Values
• Gain a nationally recognised qualification
• Establish a long-standing career pathway within the health and social care sector
• Courses are delivered as distance learning, allowing you to choose when and where to study
• Study will enhance both your personal skills and professional development
* Eligible to live and work in the UK
*Unemployed and in receipt of benefits (this will usually be universal credit- please note carers allowance cannot be used as evidence towards funding )
*Earning below £18 135 (Liverpool City Region residents) OR £17 004 (please contact us if you live an another devolved authority)
To confirm eligibility we will need evidence in the form of pay slips or benefits statements
Learners are expected to be IT literate
All applicants will be asked to take an online English assessment prior to enrolment.
Learners should be able to commit sufficient time to complete the course. it will take people differing amounts of time to complete this course however the published course hours are 120.