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A day with an Imam: prevent duty and signs of Radicalisation

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Signs of Islamic Extremism and the process of radicalisation are complex, multi-faceted issues that need to be delivered and facilitated by experienced professionals. Therefore this full day training course is led by a qualified Imam (Muslim priest), who has studied at a traditional British Islamic seminary on a qualifying course for seven years and is well versed in the Quran (Muslim holy book), Hadeeth (sayings of the Prophet Muahmmed Pbuh) and Islamic jurisprudence. This unprecedented level of access to Islamic knowledge for delegates ensures an unrivalled course delivery experience. He is also a WRAP accredited trainer. Participants can actively ask the most sensitive of questions relating to Islamic extremism and ideologies and engage with discussion safe in the understanding that they are in the hands of an Islamic expert. We believe that the experience of a trainer to be an essential competency as well as a unique feature in delivering this course. The trainer will be able to quote the specific Arabic text from the Quran and Hadeeth that are misconstrued by extremists to fuel their ideology and offer full explanations and counter narratives within relevant socio-political, historical and contemporary contexts. This adds further value to the delegates immersive experience.

The course will give an overview of the national context of the government’s Prevent strategy grounding it within their respective legal, policy and risk assessment contexts. It will outline the OFSTED criteria for measuring compliance by educational establishments in this arena. Participants will be presented with a number of examples of Islamic extremist narratives that are used to draw vulnerable people to the radicalisation process that undermines British values and can constitute a slippery slope to radicalisation. Further they will be presented with a number of early signs of radicalisation to be vigilant about when working with individuals and will engage in individual professional reflection and group discussion in order to locate responses within their own practice.

By the use of innovative, sector based case studies participants will be given a chance to apply, discuss and further explore the practical application of the counter narratives tool kit and skill sets they have learnt to challenge such ideas on the front line. Delegates will therefore be able to challenge behaviours and opinions that they may face in their work environments and will be equipped to comply with the statutory prevent duty.

Course objectives:

- Able to evaluate the legal and policy landscape surrounding the Prevent duty.

-Able to identify early signs of Islamic radicalisation that front line professionals should always be vigilant of.

-Able to briefly explain verses of the Quran and Hadeeth that can be misconstrued to support Islamic extremism and the process of radicalisation.

-Able to apply a tool kit and skill set to effectively challenge counter Islamic extremist narrative and ideology that undermines British values.

-Able to use professional reflection and experience to appreciate that there is not fixed characteristics or profile of an extremist or person who is prone to radicalization.

Who should attend:

-Frontline teaching staff at schools, colleges and Universities.

-Senior Leadership Team staff members at schools, colleges and Universities.

- Staff tasked with pastoral care responsibilities at schools, colleges and Universities.

- Front line staff in youth work and social work settings who have regular interactions with young people.

Included in your delegate ticket price

- Lunch and refreshments

- Quality delegate resource pack (includes toolkits, templates and ideas).

- Attendance certificate

- Access to Free dial an Imam service (1 year)

FAQs

Who is the facilitator?

The facilitator is a qualified Imam with significant academic and practical experience within the community cohesion, faith and extremism sector. His pen picture can be read here:

http://flowhesionfoundation.org.uk/about/

Is the prevent training accredited?

Yes. The facilitator is a home office accredited W.R.A.P. trainer and the prevent component of this training is accredited and approved by the Homeoffice.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is parking available at the rear of the venue. The venue where the event is to take place (Astley street) is off a main road (blackburn road). Blackburn road is well serviced by buses.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

for any questions or queries email: info@flowhesionfoundation.org.uk


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