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Confidently Addressing Radicalisation & Extremism (C.A.R.E.) Courses – Bronze, Silver & Gold

The C.A.R.E. course is now available at three levels depending on your requirements

Bronze Course:       

Short (unvalidated) course – dates & cost to be advised.  Please register your interest with Gail Kenney –


Silver Course:          

Revised one-day validated course (9.15 am – 6.15 pm)

£90 per person

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 2018 Dates:

Thursday 8th February, Thursday 8th March, Wednesday 18th April, Wednesday 12th September, Thursday 18th October, Thursday 6th December

For further information or to book a place,


telephone 0116 2733459

or download the booking form here.


Gold Course:

Two-Day validated course for more in-depth learning.  £160 per person.

Dates to be advised




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The City Mayor of Leicester and the Home Office agreed that Leicester’s Prevent work would be led by St Philip’s Centre working in partnership with agencies and groups including the Federation of Muslim Organisations (FMO). The post of Prevent Coordinator is located here.

The St Philip’s Centre approach to Prevent is to empower local communities to develop resilience to extremism and to have the strength to challenge all forms of extremism when it does arise. The council and the police – as with other statutory organisations – will continue to work together in partnership with the Prevent Coordinator, to deliver Prevent in Leicester Shire & Rutland.

St Philip’s was chosen to lead this work because of its excellent local, regional and national reputation, particularly around integration and building good inter-faith relations. The Centre already has a successful track record of delivery on Prevent, for example the pioneering Understanding Prevent Level 2 courses, mentoring in secure training centres, membership of the  Independent Advisory Group (IAG) and making significant contributions to Prevent from local to national level.

The ongoing proliferation of different forms of extremism is one of the most difficult issues that communities, cities and the country have to face.  But the Centre believes it is better to seek to bring about positive changes by being part of the discussion and by working together on these issues than by staying outside of them.

Will Baldet is the Prevent Co-ordinator in Leicester and based in the Centre

Contact Will Baldet here

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