Digital Matters, created by Internet Matters, is a platform which uses quiz-style and story-based learning while promoting discussion in the classroom to promote a safer internet. The Managing Online Information module aims for Year 5 and Year 6 pupils to explore the differences between belief, fact and opinion and look at reliable sources.
Online safety, Safeguarding
Interactive website, Lesson activity, Lesson ideas, Lesson plan
A broad introduction to the role and responsibilities, and tools available to the designated safeguarding lead (DSL) and deputy designated safeguarding lead (DDSL) working in further education settings.
A hub to support further education (FE) providers in engaging with the Prevent duty and in understanding British Values, comprising: e-learning guidance and good practice guides blogs Prevent events and training courses
Non-statutory guidance, Policy templates, Training
This self-assessment tool assists colleges and providers in the further education and skills (FE) sector in England to review their Prevent responsibilities. This tool helps providers to understand how well embedded their policies and practices are, and to encourage a cycle of continuous review and improvement. The tool has been designed to assist the FE sector to […]
This sector specific guidance for further education institutions in England and Wales subject to the Prevent duty is additional to, and is to be read alongside, the general guidance contained in the Revised Prevent Duty Guidance issued on 16th July 2015. This guidance provides an overview of the responsibilities further education providers have under the […]
Side-by-side is a series of e-learning modules that aim to help learners understand more about: radicalisation and extremism staying safe online what can you trust? British values To support those working with learners, there is a full guide for facilitators on how to ensure that you and your learners get the most out of the […]
All individuals and organisations who are involved in the further education sector need to be aware of the Prevent duty and their responsibilities under it. This e-learning package from the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) will help those working in further education settings understand the duty, fundamental British values and how to keep their learners […]
Regional further and higher education Prevent co-ordinators play a key role in the delivery of Prevent, providing further education (FE) and higher education (HE) providers with support to build resilience against the dangers of radicalisation. They do this through strategic engagement with senior leaders and through the provision of advice, support and training (including WRAP – workshops […]
Channel is a multi-agency programme across England and Wales that provides support to anyone vulnerable to being drawn into or supporting terrorism. In Scotland, the programme is known as Prevent Multi-Agency Panel (PMAP). This course is for: Local authority Channel panel or PMAP chairs Channel or PMAP members anyone who may be asked to contribute […]
This course is primarily designed for Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL), Prevent professionals or equivalent roles who make Prevent referrals. If that responsibility is a part of your job role, regardless of your job title, then this course is for you. This course builds on your existing awareness of Prevent and will explain how to make […]
This course is for anyone new to Prevent. If you’re unsure what Prevent is and what signs to look for when it comes to risks of radicalisation, awareness is the first course in our Prevent duty training. This course will give you an introduction to the Prevent duty, the forms of extremism and terrorism threatening […]
Congratulations on completing the Prevent Duty in Higher Education e-learning module. At the bottom of this page you can download a PDF certificate. The PDF is editable and allows you to enter your name and the date you completed the learning. Once you have entered your details, you can save and/or print your certificate as […]
SCORM files for higher education settings that wish to upload the Prevent for Higher Education e-learning module to their own learning management system (LMS), allowing them to track when users have completed the module.
Students need tools to build societies that welcome diversity and encourage an open-minded and inclusive approach. To support this, teachers need straightforward and simple classroom activities. Essentials of Dialogue is a resource for use in classrooms with year 6 to year 13 to help build skills of dialogue and critical thinking in young people, plus practical […]