The online world needs heroes...

Empowering young explorers to safely make the most of the web in ways that advance and enrich their lives for the better.

Online safety is an important subject in our schools, homes and communities. Not just for young explorers, taking their first steps into an ever-changing digital environment, but also for teachers, key workers, professionals and parents responsible for their welfare and development.

In working together, we can make the online world a safer, better place. Through learning, discovery and the sharing of new ideas, we can all make a positive difference, helping children of every age to safely make the most of digital technologies in ways that positively impact their lives now and for the future.

Partners

The i-vengers project is a year-long peer-led digital leader programme which seeks to engage, educate and empower young explorers of digital technology and help them make safer choices online. Kindly funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire and Derbyshire County Council, together we can make the online environment a safer place. Together, we are i-vengers.

Associations

After seeing traditional safeguarding concerns shift online, we wanted to combine our industry expertise and passion for helping young people, ensuring they stay safe in an ever-changing digital age.

Founder, Traci Good

Assessment

When you’re working with children, you have a clear responsibility to their safety online. We can perform an extensive review of your existing procedures, or establish a new robust safeguarding framework if you don’t already have one.

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Training

With so many ways for children to use the internet and technology, it’s important to understand the potential dangers. We can provide essential training for staff in schools and across the community, enabling them to enforce, identify and respond to issues concerning online safety.

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Training

Workshops

We believe learning should be fun and memorable. Our interactive workshops engage children in schools, colleges and various youth projects, teaching the importance of online safety while empowering them to make the most of digital technologies.

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Workshops

Resources

Use our online safety platform to access a broad suite of helpful resources and information for use in the classroom, at work and in the home. Our library gives everybody the advice and safety guidance they need to make a genuine difference.

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Resources

Assessment

We can review your safeguarding procedures, making sure robust practices remain in place and your online safety obligations are met.

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Training

We can deliver professional training, equipping key workers across the community to pro-actively safeguard children online.

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Workshops

Interactive workshops for schools and clubs, empowering children to become capable and confident explorers of the web together.

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Resources

Access a broad suite of tools, tips and useful online safety resources built around the needs of children, teachers, parents and key workers.

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Stay up-to-date with all the latest news, insights, developments and safety tips from our blog.

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