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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 safe from radicalisation.

This course has been designed for:

  • employers
  • governors, trustees, directors and board members
  • host families
  • leaders and managers
  • practitioners, lecturers and teachers
  • subcontractors
  • provider support staff


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You should use any resources on this website at your own discretion. When selecting resources and materials to use, schools may find it helpful to review guidance produced by the Department for Education on using external agencies.


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Prevent for Further Education e-learning

A course for FE practitioners covering Prevent, fundamental British values and keeping your learners safe from radicalisation