How to Deal With a Disclosure in Online Safety2019-12-13T10:35:41+00:00

How to Deal With a Disclosure in Online Safety

Schools have a duty of care towards keeping children safe from online abuse. This is made clear by the DfE in the ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) 2019’ statutory guidance, ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’ and ‘Teaching Online Safety in Schools’. With research showing that children are increasingly spending more time online, this will inevitably bring heightened safeguarding risks.

This webinar is for Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) and deputy DSLs, head teachers, governing bodies and proprietors. It will support schools in meeting their statutory requirements around online safety, helping them to ensure they have safe mechanisms in place to identify, intervene and escalate any disclosure of harm and abuse and that these processes are robust and systematic.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Understanding hidden harms and exploring the different types of online abuse
  • A review of the four ‘C’s – Content, Contact, Conduct and Cyberscams
  • How to manage disclosures of harm: Recognition, response and intervention
  • Learn your statutory requirements and regulator expectation including reporting and recording
  • Guidance and signposting on further support and resources available

How to Deal With a Disclosure in Online Safety

£50
  • Excluding VAT
On Demand – Book Now
  • Watch the training session at the date and time stated or view the recording afterwards on-demand at your convenience

  • The session lasts approx. 1 hour webinar and is delivered by our Online Safety expert

Pay via Card or Invoice

Managing Allegations of Abuse and Dealing with Disclosure in Online Safety

£50
  • Excluding VAT
On Demand – Book Now
  • Watch the training session at the date and time stated or view the recording afterwards on-demand at your convenience

  • The session lasts approx. 1 hour webinar and is delivered by our Online Safety expert

Pay via Card or Invoice

Schools have a duty of care towards keeping children safe from online abuse. This is made clear by the DfE in the ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) 2019’ statutory guidance, ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’ and ‘Teaching Online Safety in Schools’. With research showing that children are increasingly spending more time online, this will inevitably bring heightened safeguarding risks.

This webinar is for Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) and deputy DSLs, head teachers, governing bodies and proprietors. It will support schools in meeting their statutory requirements around online safety, helping them to ensure they have safe mechanisms in place to identify, intervene and escalate any disclosure of harm and abuse and that these processes are robust and systematic.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Understanding hidden harms and exploring the different types of online abuse
  • A review of the four ‘C’s – Content, Contact, Conduct and Cyberscams
  • How to manage disclosures of harm: Recognition, response and intervention
  • Learn your statutory requirements and regulator expectation including reporting and recording
  • Guidance and signposting on further support and resources available
On Demand – Book Now

What’s included with a webinar purchase?

Full School Licence

Recording

If you are unable to attend the webinar on your booked date and time, you will be automatically sent a recording of the webinar so you can watch at your convenience.

Full School Licence

Support

You’ll receive support from our Online Safety Experts should you have any questions before, during or after your viewing. Just give us a call on 0800 368 8061 and our team will be on hand to assist you.

Full School Licence

Handouts

You will receive a document which includes links to documentation, useful resources, policies and anything else that we have discussed in the webinar.

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