Online Safety Briefings 2016!
We've completed the second year of our Online Safety Briefing programme - a two year programme that saw 138 sessions right across the UK – from Scottish Highlands to Penzance and Crymych in Wales to Derry in Northern Ireland we have travelled the width and breadth of the country to bring online safety to professionals working with children and young people.
On our tour we’ve welcomed over 4,000 people, typically teachers, police officers, social workers, early years practitioners, and Local Authorities or child protection professionals.
With the support of the Government Equalities Office, as well as BT, Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk, we are now planning 80 events to run to March 2016
If you are able to offer a venue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
» What does each session include?
Latest research conclusions
Ofsted frameworks (England venues)
Legislation update (England and Wales)
Latest technology overview
Latest tools and resources
Question and Answers
» What are Online Safety Briefings?
These are FREE sessions which last 2 hours where we skim the surface of such a broad range of online safety subjects, changes, research and resources; downloading as much information as we possibly can – a briefing session in its truest sense. Everyone then has access to an online resource area with links to all the materials we reference so they can investigate the bits that are relevant to them. We also signpost sources of help and support too. These briefings are primarily aimed at senior leaders and those with a safeguarding responsibility but also to anyone working with children and young people.
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