In autumn 2014 the Department for Education (DfE) called for proposals to share innovative approaches in overcoming barriers to delivering 16–19 study programmes. In response to appetite from members, and in light of the forthcoming changes to the Prevent duty and guidance, the 157 Group and AELP developed a joint proposal aimed at capturing good practice among education and training providers in addressing extremism.
This toolkit is a suite of case studies that match the headings outlined within the current Prevent duty and guidance.
Each section has an introduction, relevant case study, links to additional resources and a checklist of key questions an education and training organisation should consider. The document can be read in sections but is best read in its totality as each section is interrelated. At the end of the document there is a questions and answers section with a HE and FE Prevent coordinator, which provides a quick and easy‑to‑read overview of the main points to consider when addressing the Prevent agenda.