Annual Certificate in Teaching Online Safety in Secondary Schools (International)

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About The Course

Annual Certificate in Teaching Online Safety in Secondary Schools (International)

Course Duration: 40 minutes (approx.)

All children in secondary schools should be taught about online safety as part of a broad and balanced curriculum. An effective whole school or college approach to online safety protects and educates pupils in their use of technology and establishes mechanisms to identify, intervene in, and escalate any concerns where appropriate.

Our annual certificate in how to teach online safety provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to feel confident and empowered to help keep children safe online.

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.

Developed by John Insley, e-safety lead and head of IT and computing, the course is split into six modules and encourages audience interaction to support and embed learning. There is also an assessment at the end to help you consolidate your knowledge and evidence completion.

Learning outcomes

  • Understanding why teaching online safety to children is so important and should form part of a whole school approach to safeguarding children online.
  • Recognising best practice guidance around teaching online safety and the support available to support curriculum objectives.
  • Identifying the common challenges that teachers face when teaching online safety through the curriculum and how to overcome them.
  • Recognising practical steps which can be implemented to help support teaching online safety to children of different ages and abilities.
  • Understanding how to deliver a whole-school approach to online safety and the need to keep on top of current trends and the latest updates.

Modules

Module 1: Why is online safety important?

Module 1 explores why online safety is important, acknowledging the ever-changing online landscape and how children in secondary years use technology.

Module 2: Exploring UK guidance and legislation

In module 2, we’ll look at UK guidance around teaching online safety to children in schools and the emphasis on safeguarding children online.

Module 3: Initial challenges and first steps

Module 3 will look at some of the common barriers teachers face, such as a lack of confidence, time or responsibility, when trying to teach online safety to children in the classroom.

Module 4: Implementing online safety in the classroom

Module 4 will explore how to implement online safety in the classroom, install confidence, deliver the right safeguarding messages and work with others to effectively teach online safety to pupils.

Module 5: Support for teachers

Module 5 looks at support for teachers with respect to teaching online safety effectively, including being aware of misinformation and finding high-quality resources.

Module 6: Embedding online safety through the school

Module 6 discusses how you can look to embed a culture of online safety through your school, working together to raise awareness and educate and protect children online.

Course Units

Introduction

Developed by John Insley, e-safety lead and head of IT and computing, the course is split into six modules and encourages audience interaction to support and embed learning. There is also an assessment at the end to help you consolidate your knowledg...

Module 1: Why is online safety important?

Module 1 explores why online safety is important, acknowledging the ever-changing online landscape and how children in secondary years use technology.

Module 2: Exploring UK guidance and legislation

In module 2, we’ll look at UK guidance around teaching online safety to children in schools and the emphasis on safeguarding children online.

Module 3: Initial challenges and first steps

Module 3 will look at some of the common barriers teachers face, such as a lack of confidence, time or responsibility, when trying to teach online safety to children in the classroom.

Module 4: Implementing online safety in the classroom

Module 4 will explore how to implement online safety in the classroom, install confidence, deliver the right safeguarding messages and work with others to effectively teach online safety to pupils.

Module 5: Support for teachers

Module 5 looks at support for teachers with respect to teaching online safety effectively, including being aware of misinformation and finding high-quality resources.

Module 6: Embedding online safety through the school

Module 6 discusses how you can look to embed a culture of online safety through your school, working together to raise awareness and educate and protect children online.

John Insley

About The Expert

John Insley

Senior Leader, practising e-Safety Lead and Head of IT and Computing with over 10 years’ teaching experience in secondary schools.
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