Digital Safeguarding - Reducing Risk and Building Resilience
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Venue:St Aldates Parish Conference Centre, 40 Pembroke Street Oxford
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.
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
Working with vulnerable young people - routes for support
Spotting the signs
Complex and emerging problems
Maintaining professional boundaries
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.
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Enquiries:OSCB Team firstname.lastname@example.org
Trainer:Jeremy Day & Jo Brown
Venue Details:St Aldates Parish Conference Centre, 40 Pembroke Street Oxford
(01865 815843 oscb.training@oxfordshire,gov.uk)