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Online Safety for Designated Safeguarding Leads and Child Protection Leaders


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Online Safety for Designated Safeguarding Leads and Child Protection Leaders

 

 

 

 

As a child protection lead, are you aware of your online safety responsibilities, following the update to Keeping Children Safe in Education?

 

This comprehensive whole day course explores issues, guidance and responsibilities for online safety in schools to ensure they meet the requirements of the latest “Keeping Children Safe in Education” guidance.


Course Aims:

This course will help you understand the online safety risks involved for young people, along with looking at strategies and best practice for managing this in schools.


The areas to be covered in this session, include:

  • Reviewing government policy and guidance
  • Risks and issues to young people
  • Review Online Safety curriculum and whole school strategies
  • Self-review and benchmarking tools to assess your schools provision
  • Risks and issues for adults working with young people

Course outcomes:

  • Keeping up to date with the training required to comply with “Keeping Children Safe in Education”
  • Having an awareness of the issues affecting young people
  • Having the confidence to deliver an effective online safety strategy for your school

Pre-requisites:
No previous knowledge required.


This course is intended for:
The course is aimed at Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) or Child Protection Leaders.


Course duration:
This is a whole day training session.

How to register:

Cost: £195.00 per person (£220 for non-subscribing schools)


Further training courses or consultancies available in:

  • Online Safety in the Primary Curriculum
  • Online Safety for Governors
  • Data Protection for Senior Leaders
  • Data Protection for Governors
  • Policy Central training