Digital Safeguarding - Reducing Risk and Building Resilience

Date & Time:

Monday 4 November 2019 (09:30 - 16:30)

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Banbury Children & Family Centre, New Futures Centre Hilton Road Banbury OX16 0EJ


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


Digital Self-Assessment - are you OFSTED ready?

Supporting young people involved in an incident

Engaging Students, Parents and Carers

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.


Booking has now closed for this event.

Further Information:




Jeremy Day and Fiona Sidorowicz

Venue Details:

Banbury Children & Family Centre, New Futures Centre Hilton Road Banbury OX16 0EJ

(01865 815843 /