E-safety training to help you keep children and young people safe online
Do you know your Fortnite from your Snapchat? Do you know the role online technologies play in children and young people’s lives and the risks they might face?
The online world brings many positives and possibilities, but it’s also full of risks – and it’s constantly changing.
Developed by the NSPCC in association with NCA-CEOP, the child protection unit of the National Crime Agency, this elearning course will help you to understand what children and young people do online, why they take risks and how to respond to these risks so you can feel confident in protecting the children you work with.
What will I learn?
You’ll learn about topics including:
- how children use the internet and technology
- the risks children may encounter online
- harmful content online
- online radicalisation and extremism
- sharing personal content and sexting
- sexual offending against children online
- bullying online
- supporting parents and carers
- supporting children and young people
- how to make organisations safer places for children to go online.
This training can be purchased via the following link: https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/training/online-safety
Please note there is a minimum charge of £35 for this training, discounts are available for buying a package.