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Research and analysis

The Prevent duty in further education and skills providers

This survey looks at how well further education and skills providers are implementing the Prevent duty.

Documents

How well are further education and skills providers implementing the Prevent duty?

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How well are further education and skills providers implementing the Prevent duty?

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Details

The Prevent duty guidance makes clear the important role of further education leaders in stopping extremists seeking to radicalise learners on campuses and in supporting learners at risk of extremist influences.

Ofsted has responsibility for monitoring the Prevent duty in publicly funded further education and skills providers.

The Chief Inspector commissioned Her Majesty’s Inspectors to undertake this survey to establish how well providers are implementing the duty.