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SACPA/BSA Radicalisation and early identification

5 September @ 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Course outline:

This webinar provides an awareness overview of the Prevent Duty. Delegates will review the legal context, signs and indicators, response and referral to the challenge of radicalisation. 

Training topics will include:

  • What is radicalisation and the Prevent Duty 
  • Recognising individuals who are vulnerable to radicalisation 
  • Managing disclosure and relevant referral to Channel for Prevent. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Get a clearer understanding of their role and responsibilities towards your Prevent Duty 
  • Recognise and identify the vulnerabilities to being drawn into radicalisation and extremism 
  • Learn what to do if there are concerns that an individual is at risk of radicalisation 
  • Be able to handle a disclosure effectively and raise these concerns appropriately 
  • Understand the referral process for Prevent and the Channel Panel process. 


DSL, Senior leaders, Governors, Trustees, Safeguarding Leads, Online Safety Leads 

All workers and volunteers who need to know about the Prevent Duty and how to recognise and respond to the signs and indicators of radicalisation. 

Unable to attend? A post webinar recording will be available for purchase

This programme is also available face-to-face or online on a consultancy basis for large staff groups. 

For more information or to enquire about SACPA consultancy including face-to-face tailored training packages, review, audit, health check projects contact to request a short scoping meeting about your needs. 

Platform: Zoom (online) – webinar


  • SACPA/BSA Member Rate: £90
  • SACPA/BSA Additional Full Member Fee: £45
  • BSA Affiliate Member Fee: £120
  • BSA Additional Affiliate Member Fee: £45
  • Non-member Rate: £180*


*If you would like to become a member and access discounted rates for Sacpa CPD and events, please click here.


Tom Robinson

Thomas Robinson is an experienced safeguarding expert, with a specialism in radicalisation. He holds extensive experience tackling a wide range of complex radicalisation cases in various roles, including as a Social Worker within Children’s Services, as Channel Coordinator within Prevent and as the Prevent Practitioner/Deputy Named Safeguarding Professional within an NHS mental health Trust. Furthermore, Thomas is a PhD candidate in Social Work and Social Care investigating the radicalisation of young men and the role of masculinity in violent extremism.

Thomas is a qualified Social Worker with a background in Children’s services and holds years of experience in multi-agency safeguarding work. His work spans across safeguarding children and adults from a range of harms, including domestic abuse, sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, county lines, modern slavery and radicalisation. Thomas is passionate about supporting professionals to respond to safeguarding concerns, and is using his PhD research to build a practical tool to support social workers to assess and safeguard males whom are vulnerable to radicalisation.

In his current role as Prevent Practitioner/Deputy Named Safeguarding Professional within Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SPFT), Thomas provides regular trainings to staff and teams across the Trust, including Prevent Awareness, Workshop to Raise Awareness on Prevent (WRAP), and Safeguarding Adults. Thomas also offers regular expert consultations to support staff to respond to complex radicalisation concerns across the Trust, and is the SPFT representative in the Prevent’s Channel Panels across Sussex that provide a multi-agency approach to safeguarding those assessed as vulnerable to radicalisation. Moreover, Thomas contributes to the development and updating of Policy within SPFT to structurally respond to emerging safeguarding concerns regarding radicalisation.

Over the years, Thomas has gathered substantial knowledge and practical expertise on the multi-faceted dynamics of safeguarding and radicalisation. His unique position of both working in and researching on this issue provides unique insights into this complex area of safeguarding. Thomas is available to deliver Prevent training to a range of organisations, which will cover the key features of Prevent Awareness and Prevent WRAP, including CONTEST, the statutory duty under Counter Terrorism Security Act 2015 known as the ‘Prevent Duty’, Vulnerabilities to Radicalisation, Extremist Ideology and groups, Current Threat Level, and the Channel Panel process. Thomas will provide an opportunity to have a nuanced and critical discussion about this important and complex area of safeguarding.


5 September
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Event Category:


The Safeguarding and Child Protection Association
+44 (0)207 798 1585
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Virtual – Zoom
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