New Online Safety Clinics Announced

New Online Safety Clinics Announced

New Online Safety Clinics have been announced by SWGfL and the UK Safer Internet Centre, addressing a range of online safety and safeguarding topics, including filtering and monitoring, AI in education, and intimate image abuse.

The latest Online Safety Clinics will offer participants the opportunity to learn more about key online safety issues in 90-minute sessions, with opportunities to ask questions and gain expert perspectives on the subject.

Find out about the upcoming Online Safety Clinics and secure your tickets:

Online Safety Clinic - Filtering and Monitoring

Thursday, 7 March

This workshop is designed for safeguarding leads, governors, and educators, aiming to ensure their organisation meets the updated statutory obligations within KCSIE 2023 and the March 2023 DfE Filtering and Monitoring Standards.

It offers a detailed presentation covering roles and responsibilities, the distinction between filtering and monitoring, and essential questions for providers to meet standards. Practical advice on supporting safeguarding priorities will be provided. A dedicated forum follows for discussing education-specific queries and sharing best practices on filtering and monitoring.

Online Safety Clinic - Filtering and Monitoring Tickets

Online Safety Clinic - Intimate Image Abuse

Wednesday, 20 March

The session will focus on intimate image abuse, exploring its various forms, connections to other types of abuse, and relevant legal frameworks. It will also address ways to support adults impacted by intimate image abuse, highlighting key messages and how to access assistance through the Revenge Porn Helpline.

The session will explore the services offered by the Helpline to assist in the removal of non-consensually shared intimate content online, alongside providing case study examples. Finally, there will be a Q&A session for participants to discuss thoughts and ask questions.

Online Safety Clinic - Intimate Image Abuse Tickets

AI in Education - Decoding the Hype

Wednesday, 17 April

Join Ken Corish, deputy CEO of SWGfL and an expert in online safeguarding and children's online behaviours for an Online Safety Clinic on AI in education.

In this interactive session, Ken will delve into Generative AI, exploring its definition, current guidance, opportunities, potential issues, and what the future of AI might look like. Attendees will engage in discussions, sharing thoughts, ideas, and questions with the panel and fellow delegates, while also learning strategies to shape their approach in this evolving landscape.

AI in Education - Decoding the Hype Tickets

Online Safety Lives

Alongside the upcoming clinics, SWGfL and the UK Safer Internet Centre have also announced a new set of Online Safety Live sessions across the UK. With sessions taking place across February and March, there are plenty of opportunities to reserve a place and find out more about promoting online safety awareness across your communities.

Book your Online Safety Live session

The Online Safety Clinics and Online Safety Lives are run as part of the UK Safer Internet Centre, and they also form part of many training opportunities that SWGfL delivers. Alongside the above sessions, SWGfL also provides various training events for teachers, professionals, parents and children, as well as more specific training that covers cyber security and harmful sexual behaviour.

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