Online Safety for School Staff
Online Safety for School Staff – 2 Hours (Extendable to 4 Hours)
Demonstrate your commitment to the promotion of online safety by booking this flexible Online Safety Workshop for School Staff. The training can be delivered in as little as 2 hours, but can be extended to 4 hours for those settings wishing to further invest in their staff by providing the opportunity to explore online safety issues in greater depth.
Developed alongside the publication of the most recent Ofsted inspection guidance, this training will enable staff to:
• Recognise and respond appropriately to the key risks facing children and young people online
• Explore proactive strategies that can be implemented to mitigate identified risks
• Identify educational resources that can be used to empower learners to improve their online safety
• Understand the importance of appropriate personal social media usage, and how to maintain the professional reputations of themselves and their organisations
• Demonstrate awareness of how to report concerns in relation to online safety and to whom
• Confidently respond to incidents of staff victimisation by learners or other adults
• Understand the importance of whistleblowing in the context of online safety
• Articulate the expectations of Ofsted in relation to child safety online
Safeguarding is not just about protecting children, learners and vulnerable adults from deliberate harm, neglect or failure to act. It relates to broader aspects of care and education, including: online safety and associated issues.
Ofsted (2015): Inspecting safeguarding in early years, education and skills settings
99% of delegates said that attending the JD Safeguarding Online Safety Training for School Staff made them more confident in safeguarding children online.
100% of delegates would recommend the training to others
The training was very in depth. It was thought provoking and James was challenging of people’s responses to illicit further thinking and knowledge. I have definitely gained a better understanding of the issues facing children.School Pastoral Lead, Milton Keynes