This course will cover the policy dilemmas and also the solutions in the context of the Australian government’s stance on countering radicalisation and terrorism.
The target audience is intended to be mid-level to senior officers and officials who wish to familiarize themselves with current policy practice internationally in this field and who would benefit from a workshop on policy responses ideas working with peers from related federal and state agencies.
The course will include the dilemmas and solutions for countering violent radicalisation in the Australian context. This will be in the format of policy settings and the judicial system in Australia.
The learning and development outcomes for participants will include:
Presenters will be drawn from practitioners and analysts in the field. Please contact Blended Learning International for current details of session of interest.
The complete program costs $750 with a 20% discount for five or more enrolments from a single organisation. No prerequisites are required. A certificate of participation will be provided upon completion. The program delivery is capped at twenty, to allow discussion and any individual attention needed for learning or focus on participant interests.
The program requires attendance at two three-hour sessions on consecutive days. It can be provided on demand for enrolments of ten or more and customised to particular interests. The presently scheduled program will operate 9.30am- 12.30pm with a tea break at the BLI Training Facility.
Program Dates 2017: 17 March, 26 May, 7 July*
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