Digital Safeguarding - Reducing Risk and Building Resilience

Date & Time:

Wednesday 8 November 2017 (09:30 - 16:30)

Venue:

North Venue - TBC,

Detail:

This course supports professionals in all settings working with children and families to identify online risks and provide appropriate, safe and suitable support. It provides an in-depth exploration of common risks such as cyberbullying and serious risks including grooming and emerging threats like online self-harm and extremism. Links, slides and a course pack are provided which includes access to high quality and up to date E-Safety materials suitable for use in all settings.

Course programme:

Children and young people online - behaviours and risks

Cyberbullying

Digital Self-Assessment - are you OFSTED ready?

Supporting young people involved in an incident

Engaging Students, Parents and Carers
Sexting

Risky online behaviour - early help strategies

Online grooming

Working with vulnerable young people - routes for support

Spotting the signs

Perpetrator Support

Complex and emerging problems

Maintaining professional boundaries

Digital Exclusion


This course is delivered by Jo Brown, Oxfordshire County Council's Anti-Bullying Coordinator and Jeremy Day, Digital Safeguarding Lead for Oxfordshire County Council's Family Support Service.

Places Available:

4

Booking:

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Further Information:

Enquiries:

OSCB Team oscb.training@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Trainer:

OSCB Specialised Trainers

Venue Details:

North Venue - TBC,

(01865 815843 / oscb.training@oxfordshire.gov.uk)

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