Interactive and through presentation to learn about the Digital Security Issues and also how to monitor the establishments’ infrastructure to address any issues and prevent children and young people being harmed.
Session One There will be a demonstration of inputs on staying safe online, not becoming a victim of online crime and not committing online crime. We, the police, work alongside the Regional Cyber Crime Unit at Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Organised Crime Unit and the National Crime Agency. We are looking at delivering a number of inputs throughout the Humberside area. There will be an opportunity to invite the police into your school to work with Young people.
Session Two The range of safeguarding risks that children and young people in education may potentially face is broad, with mental health issues being particularly prevalent, but incidents are rising across all categories. As such, accurate detection and assessment of harmful, inappropriate or illegal behaviours to ensure fast, early intervention and support, is vital. Because of this, the Department for Education has now made monitoring for safeguarding purposes a statutory duty for education leaders, as defined by the latest “Keeping Children Safe in Education” guidance. It is also high up on the Inspectorates’ agenda.
Children and Young people to be empowered to understand the dangers of the Digital Age and be supported in keeping safe in their on line activities.
Children to be identified at the Earliest Opportunity where their on line and off line life could be a cause for concern.
Development of staff CPD around the Digital Age safeguarding concerns.
Opportunity for School and Care settings to be supported in monitoring Young people’s online activity and intervene at the earliest opportunity where there are concerns.
For booking please complete the details online by selecting your School or Setting and filling in your details. PLEASE NOTE: This course is has been highly subsidised by the LA, therefore is free of charge to all delegates. If you would like any further information or assistance please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01724 297281
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