Pathway Group
Prevent Strategy
Information
What is the Prevent
Strategy?
• Prevent is part of the Government’s counterterrorist
strategy known as CONTEST.
• CONTEST ...
What does the prevent
strategy aim to do?
• Prevent aims to reduce the risk we face
from terrorism, by stopping people
bec...
Who is the strategy for?
• We are all a critical partner in Prevent, as
industry professionals have a key role in
Prevent....
What does it mean for me?
• Prevent does not require you to do anything in addition to
your normal duties. What is importa...
Working together to
counter terrorism
• Terrorism is a real and serious threat to
us all and we have seen that terrorists
...
Prevent Resources on
Pathway Direct
• The linked resources on Pathway Direct are
intended to help:
– raise awareness;
– pr...
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Prevent strategy resources for staff working in WorkPlace Learning

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  • 1. Pathway Group Prevent Strategy Information
  • 2. What is the Prevent Strategy? • Prevent is part of the Government’s counterterrorist strategy known as CONTEST. • CONTEST as a counter-terrorism strategy is organised around four work streams, each comprising a number of key objectives: – PURSUE: To stop terrorist attacks; – PREVENT: To stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism; – PROTECT: To strengthen our protection against a terrorist attack; and – PREPARE: To mitigate the impact of a terrorist attack.
  • 3. What does the prevent strategy aim to do? • Prevent aims to reduce the risk we face from terrorism, by stopping people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. • The strategy promotes collaboration and cooperation among public service organisations, in order to provide support to vulnerable individuals.
  • 4. Who is the strategy for? • We are all a critical partner in Prevent, as industry professionals have a key role in Prevent. • The strategy focuses on working with vulnerable individuals who may be at risk of being exploited by radicalisers and subsequently drawn into terrorist-related activity.
  • 5. What does it mean for me? • Prevent does not require you to do anything in addition to your normal duties. What is important is that if you are concerned that a vulnerable individual is being exploited, you can raise the concern in accordance with policies and procedures. Designated Senior Person – Martin Chandler (telephone: 0121 707 0550 / mobile: 07807 540922 / email: martin.chandler@pathwaygroup.co.uk If you have any concerns issues or concerns about learner safety or welfare.
  • 6. Working together to counter terrorism • Terrorism is a real and serious threat to us all and we have seen that terrorists can strike at any time and any place without warning.
  • 7. Prevent Resources on Pathway Direct • The linked resources on Pathway Direct are intended to help: – raise awareness; – provide information; – enable learners to make a positive contribution; and – safeguard young people. http://www.pathwaydirect.co.uk/course/view.php?id=41