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The NHS PREVENT e-assessment - have you completed it?

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Summerfruitshoot Tue 26-Mar-19 19:25:52

What did you think of the case studies and the questions?

ShitAtScarbble Tue 26-Mar-19 19:27:09

What is it? Are you being unreasonable about what?

Babysharkdododont Tue 26-Mar-19 19:27:36

My trust delivers it face to face and it's a really enjoyable course and really sparked off some interesting conversation.
Not sure it would have such an impact online though.

selfishcrab Tue 26-Mar-19 19:29:29

I did it about 18 montjs ago (day long training) I enjoyed it as I remember, the case studies were interesting but it was because our trainer had been personally involved in some of them!

Summerfruitshoot Tue 26-Mar-19 20:57:53

Our trust conducts it as an online course and assessment. My colleagues and I found the questions to be quite one sided referring to Muslim terrorists/radicalism. The one question about potential white far right extremists had the correct answer of “not having enough information to do anything”.

The case study that we read had a story about a boy called John who had Asperger’s and was being radicalised online. It claimed people with Asperger’s are more vulnerable to being radicalised which made me uncomfortable.

I found the wording of the “course” and e assessment really bad, and that naming specific countries (like Pakistan) to be a really dangerous thing, where people will potentially report innocent people just because they’re from that particular country.

I just found it quite off.

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