Workshop: Prevent Duty

Date: 21.10.17

Workshop: Prevent Duty 

Join Voice for an insight into how the new Prevent duty can be implemented in your workplace. 


Title: Prevent Duty – what it means for you
Date: Saturday 21 October 2017
Arrival Time: 14.00 (for 14.30 start)

Venue: Holiday Inn Regent's Park, LONDON
Address: Carburton St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 5EE (Get directions)

Course Description:

Confused by the Prevent duty? You’re not alone.

Join Morris Charlton for this presentation that should help you understand the implications of the Prevent duty as outlined in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 which aims to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.

The main points covered will be:

  • explain what the Prevent duty means for childcare and education professionals; and
  • make clear what you should do to demonstrate compliance.

More about Morris Charlton

Morris Charlton is currently Voice’s Yorkshire officer, responsible for representing and advising members with workplace issue and concerns, but his background has focused on specialist behavioural provision.

Morris has worked extensively in specialist behavioural provision (BESD: Behaviour and Emotional Social Difficulties) as a headteacher for over 30 years. During that period he was seconded to schools in crisis and heavily involved in inspections, developing best practice and training of staff at all levels – schools, local authorities, governors, charities, ITT and universities in addition to specialist secure adult sector provision. His inspection specialism is safeguarding. 

Morris is an advanced tutor in behavioural management and completed doctoral research on inclusion, strategic planning in SEN and bullying. 

Morris still works in schools and with the DfE and Ofsted, delivering specialist lessons and Inset on Geography, History, anti-racism, bullying, Holocaust education and rural issues as well as leading international tours to battlefields along with locations of historical, natural history and geographic interest.

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