CEOP Education Online Safety

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This training aims to increase professionals’ knowledge of online child sexual abuse and how to respond to it through education and safeguarding.

Description

The CEOP Education programme aims to empower and help protect children and young people from online sexual abuse and exploitation through education. The programme is part of the National Crime Agency’s response to online child sexual abuse.

This training aims to increase professionals’ knowledge of online child sexual abuse and how to respond to it through education and safeguarding.

The training is aimed at designated safeguarding leads / deputies, and online safety leads.

Please note lunch is not provided, but there is a café onsite.

 

Why should I attend?

  • To increase knowledge of online child sexual abuse and how to respond to it
  • To gain an understanding of the CEOP Education programme
  • To receive information on relevant education resources for children and young people, and parents and carers
  • To network with colleagues, sharing ideas and practice between schools

 

What will the course cover?

The training has four key elements:

Children and young people online:

  • Key principles of effective prevention education for children and young people
  • Developmental milestones within a digital context
  • The social web framework and how this can be used to help identify potential risks of apps, sites and games
  • Practical strategies to support children to get the most out of being online, whilst helping to protect them.

 

Online child sexual abuse:

  • What online child sexual abuse is
  • How the internet facilitates sexual abuse
  • The impact of online sexual abuse
  • Strategies and resources to help protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse

 

Live streaming:

  • What live streaming is, how and where it is used
  • The potential harms of live streaming for children
  • Children’s development and vulnerability factors
  • The protective factors that can support and protect children

 

Nude image sharing:

  • What is consensual and non-consensual nude image sharing
  • Why children and young people might share nudes and semi-nudes
  • The law around nude image sharing
  • What is the impact of non-consensual nude image sharing
  • Helping to prevent sharing of images through education
  • Responding to incidents within education settings

 

Who should attend?

  • Senior Leader
  • Subject Lead/ Coordinator

 

Cost:

Pay as You Go – £100

IT Services or CPD Package - No charge

 

 

Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking.

Please check your junk inbox if you do not receive your booking confirmation and ensure you mark the sender as safe to enable you to receive any further pre-course information or changes.

 

 

Contact information

For specific enquiries about this course, please contact Gillian Bratley at gillian.bratley@bdsip.co.uk

For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact CPDEvents@bdsip.co.uk

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