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See full list of our evidence. Is treatment with corticosteroids beneficial and safe for people techniques for working with children at risk pneumonia? Prevent duty guidance for Scotland and England and Wales.

In March 2015, Parliament approved guidance issued under section 29 of the act about how specified authorities are to comply with the Prevent duty. Specified authorities must have regard to this guidance when complying with the Prevent duty. Two versions of the guidance were approved: one for specified authorities in England and Wales, and one for specified authorities in Scotland. These 2 documents were revised in July 2015, removing the chapters on further and higher education institutions. The 2 revised Prevent duty guidance documents are the first 2 on this page. Higher and further education prevent duty guidance The remaining 4 documents, issued on 16 July 2015 under section 29 of the act, have been issued to provide guidance to higher and further education institutions subject to the duty. Following Parliament’s approval of the guidance documents, they came into effect on 18 September 2015.

Commencement The duty commenced on 1 July 2015 for authorities specified in schedule 6 to the act, save in respect of specified authorities in the further and higher education sectors. The duty commenced for the latter authorities on 18 September 2015. Training To assist implementation of the duty in section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, a Prevent e-learning training package is now available. It provides a foundation on which to develop further knowledge around the risks of radicalisation and the roles involved in supporting those at risk. Institutions covered by the Prevent Duty may wish to consider further training resources available within the Prevent training catalogue to support their implementation of the Prevent Duty.

23 March 2016 Information about Prevent e-learning training package published. Is there anything wrong with this page? All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3. An automated process has detected links on this page on the local or global blacklist. Risk is the potential of gaining or losing something of value. Risk perception is the subjective judgment people make about the severity and probability of a risk, and may vary person to person.