Annual Certificate in Online Reputation for Leaders (International)

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About The Course

Annual Certificate in Online Reputation for Leaders (International)

Course Duration: 27 minutes (approx.)

Senior leaders play an important role in making sure the school’s online reputation is positive, healthy and does not damage day to day operations. They should lead on conducting audits and develop a crisis plan to address possible risks or manage concerns when they arise.

This course provides you with the core content you need to know in relation to managing your own online reputation and that of the school, why they are important and how to protect them.

Split into bite-sized modules, the training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost-effective and most time-efficient manner. It has been produced in high-quality remote video CPD format which is accessible on any device, any time, anywhere.

Created by Igniyte Reputation, experts specialising in online reputation management and digital public relations, this course is split into six modules with a knowledge assessment at the end to help you evidence your learning.

This course has been developed in line with the following policies:

  • Keeping Children Safe in Education

Learning objectives:

  • Understanding what online reputation is and why it matters to individuals and organisations.
  • Recognising guidance and best practice in developing an awareness of your online reputation and the importance of creating a social media policy.
  • Appreciating how and why it’s important to present yourself positively online and distinguishing between online persona and online reputation.
  • Identifying the risks associated with reputational crises online, who these can affect can how it can impact on future decisions.
  • Understanding how to undertake online audits, build crises plans and implement practical ways to protect yourself online.

Modules

Module 1: What is an online reputation and why is it important?

In this module, you will explore what an online reputation is and why it has become so important, both to individuals and organisations.

Module 2: Legislation and online presence

This module offers an overview of legislation which can support education and awareness around what an online reputation is and implementing policy to support positive online behaviour.

Module 3: Online persona and online reputation

In this module you will explore the difference between an online persona and online reputation and how to manage both in a personal and business capacity.

Module 4: Risks associated with reputational crises

This module offers real-world examples of reputational crises caused by online content and potential outcomes of damaged reputations in personal and professional capacities.

Module 5: The importance of online reputation for school leaders

This module explores how online reputation can impact future prospects (both personally and of the school), how to conduct an online reputation audit and the importance of developing a crisis plan.

Module 6: Practical ways to protect your online reputation

The final module offers practical guidance about protecting yourself online and an outline of the Right to be Forgotten law and GDPR.

Course Units

Introduction

Created by Igniyte Reputation, experts specialising in online reputation management and digital public relations, this course is split into six modules with a knowledge assessment at the end to help you evidence your learning.

Module 1: What is an online reputation and why is it important?

In this module, you will explore what an online reputation is and why it has become so important, both to individuals and organisations.

Module 2: Legislation and online presence

This module offers an overview of legislation which can support education and awareness around what an online reputation is and implementing policy to support positive online behaviour.

Module 3: Online persona and online reputation

In this module you will explore the difference between an online persona and online reputation and how to manage both in a personal and business capacity.

Module 4: Risks associated with reputational crises

This module offers real-world examples of reputational crises caused by online content and potential outcomes of damaged reputations in personal and professional capacities.

Module 5: The importance of online reputation for school leaders

This module explores how online reputation can impact future prospects (both personally and of the school), how to conduct an online reputation audit and the importance of developing a crisis plan.

Module 6: Practical ways to protect your online reputation

The final module offers practical guidance about protecting yourself online and an outline of the Right to be Forgotten law and GDPR.

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Igniyte

Leading authority specialising in online reputation management and digital public relations.
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