Internet Safety Training That Makes A Difference

by | Mar 28, 2019

Internet Safety Training: E-Safety Training That Makes A Difference

Internet safety training has never been more important, with the landscape constantly changing, It’s vital to ensure your staff and professionals are up to date with the most recent internet safety research and best practices for delivering internet safety education.

Booking an in-house internet safety training session can be a convenient and cost effective way for teachers, governors and any professionals working with young people to receive high quality internet safety training right in their school or place of work.

Having a bespoke service, which is tailored to address the subjects and challenges you are currently facing in your institution can have more impact than simply completing an internet safety training online.

At OpenView Education we offer bespoke internet safety teachers training that provides a vital update on the most recent internet safety research, and we provide practical strategies for delivering a relevant and up to date internet safety curriculum in your school.

Our internet safety staff training sessions cover a range of topics including:

Protecting Our Online Reputation:

Managing and understanding our digital footprint and online reputation. We illustrate the importance of maintaining our online reputation, and provide strategies for doing this.

Internet Safety Resources:

We give an overview of the best internet safety resources that are currently available. These range from internet safety resources for students, and great resources to refer parents and carers to.

What Are Young People Doing Online?

We look at the current trends, the most popular apps, and potential challenges that are on the horizon. This will provide an insight into the most significant risks that young people face online, and provide an understanding of the motivations of many young people when engaging in high risk online behaviours.

360 E-Safety Update

We give an comprehensive overview of the most recent internet safety research. We draw out the most significant findings, and highlight the implications of this research for professionals working with young people.

All internet safety training sessions are delivered by a CEOP Ambassador, all of our e-safety training sessions start with a consultation about your specific requirements and outcomes from the session.

The internet safety teachers training is two hours in length, allowing it to be delivered as a twilight session or as part of your INSET day.

Find full details of our internet safety staff training here.

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