E-safety (Level 2, CPD-certified)

Provider: flick learning limited
£350.00 + VAT For an annual subscription of Up to 20 staff members
£590.00 + VAT For an annual subscription of Up to 50 staff members
£790.00 + VAT For an annual subscription of Up to 75 staff members
Accreditation opportunities: CPD-certified

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Description This course is specifically designed to give learners a better understanding of the risks that children face online, what preventative measures they can take, how to take action in the event of an e-safety incident, and what Ofsted expect.
Duration 121 minutes
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This course includes optional voiceover recorded by a professional voiceover actor and includes downloadable resources, culminates with an assessment and provides certification upon completion to evidence the learning provided.

It is specifically designed to give learners a better understanding of the risks that children face online, what preventative measures they can take, how to take action in the event of an e-safety incident, and what Ofsted expect.

Evidence underpinning this approach

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We were too. So, at flick we’re on a mission to transform the world of must-do training into engaging, enjoyable and highly effective e-learning. We believe in keeping our content bite-sized, to-the-point and easy-on-the-eye.

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How users/participants can evaluate success

Powerful real-time reports

Essential progress and status reports at the click of the button, with easy-to-read information display, and the option to export and extract the data.

 

Earn badges

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Available throughout the system, in both text and video format. Help has never been so helpful!

 

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Free Extras
All flick courses offer a range of additional resources, including a YouTube playlist and Pinterest Board (full of current articles, news items, blogs etc.), which are updated weekly.

Also, when you purchase this course, you will also have free access to other courses in the flick subscription such as: child protection, fire safety, FGM, prevention of radicalisation, forced marriage, domestic abuse, food hygiene, prevention of radicalisation for students and many others.

Details

Topic 1: the risks we all face online
The importance of e-safety as a vital life skill, how we all interact with technology, risky behaviour, the risks we all face online – both adults and children – including damage to reputation, bullying, deception, exploitation, revenge porn, and identity theft. 


Topic 2: the risks that children face online
How much children know about the online world compared to adults, the online behaviour of children and young people, how children and young people interact with social media, sites and apps, the risks that children face online, including content risks, contact risks and conduct risks. 


Topic 3: content risks
Content that may be illegal, or inappropriate and upsetting for children, including pornography, violence, hateful material, pro-anorexia and self-harm sites, online ads, in-app purchases, gambling, extremism and radicalisation. 


Topic 4: contact risks – cyberbullying
Risks that involve children and young people as participants, specifically cyberbullying, the threat from both peers and strangers, what cyberbullying involves, similarities and differences between traditional bullying and cyberbullying, children who are more at risk of cyberbullying. 


Topic 5: contact risks – grooming
Risks that involve children and young people as participants, specifically grooming, the process of befriending and manipulating a child for the purposes of sexual abuse or exploitation, who is at risk of being groomed, how offenders work, what groomers look out for, what dissuades groomers. 


Topic 6: conduct risks
Risks that involve children and young people in the position of actors, specifically sexting and illegal downloading, what content goes viral, what sexting involves, the prevalence of sexting, why young people participate in sexting, the risks of sexting, the risks involved with illegal downloading and file-sharing. 


Topic 7: who is most at risk?
Risky behaviour, including sharing personal details online and meeting people who have been met online, the different risks that are faced by boys and girls, children and young people who are particularly vulnerable.


Topic 8: prevention
The importance of educating and empowering young people to manage risks themselves, ways that adults can support children’s internet use, the most effective ways that adults can help to reduce the risk of e-safety incidents. 


Topic 9: taking action
What action you should take in the event of an e-safety incident, the various e-safety incidents you may face, including children seeing things they didn’t want to see, cyberbullying, grooming, sexting, and a young person’s nude images going public.


Topic 10: what Ofsted say
What Ofsted consider to be fundamental to outstanding safeguarding practice (this is relevant to schools, nurseries, colleges as well as non-education organisations).

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.