Equipping you and your staff with essential training and support. Making sure children in your care remain safe online.
We believe digital technology is a wonderful thing. It brings many positives and possibilities, especially for young explorers discovering more about the world around them. But that doesn’t mean we should be negligent to the risks and various issues online. And while we can educate and empower children to make safe and smart choices, we still have a clear responsibility to protect and ensure their welfare.
Our courses provide key workers and professionals across the community with essential training and support, enabling staff working with children to understand and identify the risks, as well as training and guidance on how to respond when issues do arise. Together, we can pro-actively safeguard children against the dangers online, reassuring families while keeping our communities a safer, happier place.
With all the different ways children use the internet and technology, it’s important to be aware of the various risks they may encounter. Our courses provide key workers with the training to safeguard the communities they serve.
Chief i-venger, Traci Good
A significant aspect of keeping pupils and students safe in schools and higher education is understanding the dangers they may face online. With standard training provided for teaching and support staff, we can help professionals working in education to better identify and prevent risks to students while helping schools and colleges meet The Department for Education’s requirements as outlined in Keeping Children Safe in Education statutory guidelines. Training covers a range of topics, such as: general online safety advice, bullying, gaming, mental health and wellbeing, sexting, privacy and what to do if a child discloses online abuse.
We can equip key members of teaching staff with high-level training necessary for supporting other team members and parents regarding your school or college’s online safety practices. This includes guidance in understanding the role and responsibilities of a DSL, including strategies for incident prevention, reporting and response. Completion of training further supports your school or college’s ability to meet The Department for Education’s requirements as outlined in Keeping Children Safe in Education statutory guidelines.
School governors have a wide range of responsibilities that also include the implementation and management of effective online safety policy, procedure and practices. We can provide leadership training to help governors ensure staff, schools and colleges within their jurisdiction correctly discharge practices essential for meeting The Department for Education’s Keeping Children Safe in Education statutory guidelines.
As the number of online incidents involving children continues to rise, local law enforcement must understand the possible risks within their communities. Approved by local authority safeguarding boards, we can provide professional training to key staff, helping them recognise, identify and ultimately enhance capabilities to appropriately and correctly deal with incidents when they occur. Training covers a range of topics, such as: general online safety advice, bullying, mental health and wellbeing, sexting and what to do if a child discloses online abuse.
Healthcare professionals must understand the latest online risks and the harmful impactful digital technologies can have on the health and wellbeing of today’s children and young adults. Approved by local authority safeguarding boards, we can provide healthcare professionals with essential training that enables them to effectively assess the safety of young patients in their care and appropriately respond to incidents in accordance with best practice. Training covers a range of topics, such as: general online safety advice, bullying, mental health and wellbeing, sexting and what to do if a child discloses online abuse.
With digital technologies becoming a prevalent feature in our homes, the online environment has a significant impact on children and young people growing up. Even though this influence is mainly positive, it’s important to understand the potential risks and dangers — something which is both beneficial and often mandatory for today’s foster carers. Approved by local safeguarding authorities, we can provide essential training to help foster carers deal with complex issues surrounding child safety, including general online safety advice, bullying, gaming, mental health and wellbeing, sexting, privacy and what to do if a child discloses online abuse.
For social workers supporting families and vulnerable children in their communities, recognising potential risks online and how to appropriately handle such incidents is an important aspect in child safeguarding responsibilities. We can offer training, approved by local safeguarding authorities, covering a wide range of topics, such as: general online safety advice, bullying, gaming, mental health and wellbeing, sexting and what to do if a child discloses online abuse.
Sarah explained to me that her school is the 9th most deprived school in Derbyshire, with high rates locally of unemployment, crime and disability coupled with low incomes and low educational attainment it would be very easy to write off those that live in this area.
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