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Workshop to raise awareness of Prevent (WRAP)

This free half-day workshop to raise awareness of Prevent (WRAP) is intended for practitioners who have little or no knowledge of the Prevent agenda, who work in communities or work with vulnerable individuals.

You may be aware that Prevent is a statutory duty under section 26 of the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 for many agencies. We must have due regard to the need to prevent people being drawn into terrorism in the exercise of our day to day functions.

All front line staff need to have an awareness of Prevent to comply with this legislation and this training will help you to understand what this duty means for your agency.


We have suspended our classroom training until further notice. You can book onto a Prevent (Counter Terrorism) webinar or complete Prevent (Counter Terrorism) eLearning instead. Please visit Derbyshire Learning Online for more information.

Intended audience

This training is specifically aimed at staff from the following organisations:

  • Derbyshire County Council
  • district and borough councils
  • elected members
  • early years providers, including nurseries and childminders
  • schools - heads, deputy heads, DSLs and key pastoral staff may find it useful to attend WRAP classroom training or a live Prevent (Counter Terrorism) webinar. Other school staff  and governors should access the pre-recorded Prevent (Counter Terrorism) webinar or Prevent (Counter Terrorism) eLearning
  • further and higher education establishments
  • pupil referral units
  • police
  • prison
  • probation services
  • youth offending services
  • health
  • social care

Other partner agencies not covered by the statutory duty are welcome to book onto this training. If a course becomes oversubscribed however, priority will be given to those with a statutory duty.

What is covered

Through the training you will:

  • gain an understanding of the Prevent agenda and be able to identify your role within it, including the statutory Prevent duty
  • develop your existing expertise and professional judgement to recognise individuals who may be vulnerable to radicalisation
  • receive a clear picture of the risks and threats both nationally and at a local level
  • develop knowledge and confidence to discuss grievances
  • gain a raised awareness of the key issues and how these can be tackled by all agencies to keep Derbyshire safe and prevent terrorist activity
  • increase your capacity to prevent violent extremism
  • know how to report suspicious activity (Keystone)
  • know how to refer into channel or safeguarding if you think someone is being radicalised

Course dates

  • No dates currently available.

Courses are held at County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire.

To attend any of these events you'll need to book your place via 'Derbyshire Learning Online'.

How to book

Our booking procedures have changed. You now need a Derbyshire
Learning Online user account to be able to book onto this course.

If you already have an account:

  • login to Derbyshire Learning Online
  • using the course search function search for 'WRAP' or 'workshop to raise awareness of prevent'
  • enrol onto to the course
  • you'll then see a list of available events, select your chosen event and ‘sign-up’ to book your place
  • please ensure you fill in all mandatory fields
  • submit your booking
  • you'll receive an email confirmation of your booking
  • if you need to cancel or amend your booking you'll need to do this via Derbyshire Learning Online
  • if we need to cancel or amend your booking, we'll let you know - for example, an administrator may ask you to change sessions if we have more than our set quota of delegates from your organisation

If you need help to book your place, please see ‘how to book a place on a community safety course – self serve’ attached to this page.

Request an account for Derbyshire Learning Online

Derbyshire County Council staff and Derbyshire SAP school employees already have accounts set up within Derbyshire Learning Online, so should not need to request an account, see the 'Derbyshire County Council employees' section below for more details.

If you have completed community safety eLearning modules or classroom courses in the past, you should already have an account set up. You can login using the username and password you used previously.

If you have forgotten your password, click on ‘Lost Password?’ on the Derbyshire Learning Online login page and follow the instructions.

If you do not have an account, follow the instructions for your organisation below:

Derbyshire partner agencies, academy schools and school governors

Derbyshire partner agency staff, academy schools staff, volunteers and school governors wishing to book onto community safety courses will need to create an account to access Derbyshire Learning Online. You'll only need to do this once.

  • to request a registration key please email:
  • tell us which course you are interested in and which organisation you are from
  • you'll receive an email detailing how to create an account, including a registration key
  • once your account has been approved, you'll be able to access both community safety classroom-based courses and eLearning modules - it may take a few days for your account to be approved
  • please be aware you can only access training for yourself through the account you set up. If you would like your colleagues to have access, you will need to provide their full names and email addresses, so they can receive information on how to set up their own accounts.

If you've requested a registration key from another training team, please create your account using that and wait for your account approval. You can then access our courses via that account.

If you need help to create an account, please see ‘How to create your new Derbyshire Learning Online account’ attached to this page.

If you have forgotten your password, click on ‘Lost Password?’ on the Derbyshire Learning Online login page and follow the instructions.

Derbyshire County Council employees

Derbyshire County Council employees, elected members and Derbyshire school employees with SAP payroll numbers should already have accounts set up within Derbyshire Learning Online. You can log-in with your SAP payroll number or email address and your saved password.

Derbyshire County Council and Derbyshire SAP school employees without SAP payroll numbers should email: to request access.

If you've forgotten your password, click on ‘Lost Password?’ on the Derbyshire Learning Online login page and follow the instructions.

More information

If you need help to book a course or create an account, please use the guidance attached to this page.

If you'd like more information please email:

Useful documents

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