Online Safety Training featuring CEOP ThinkYouKnow introduction 04/06/2019 9:30 am to 04/06/2019 3:30 pm


Gone are the days when online safety was considered by some to be the preserve of just one person or department.

Schools now recognise the need for effective education in this area and are committed to making it a whole-school priority. But without dedicated curriculum time, and against a background of constant change, it remains a challenging area.

This course will introduce school staff to many online-safety resources that can help them meet this challenge, including the range of Thinkuknow resources from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command, which works to prevent child sexual exploitation and to protect children online.

What will I learn?

The training provides an introduction to the work of CEOP, a presentation on how young people are using technology, outlining some of the associated risks and the preventative measures that can be undertaken.

The course also introduces you to and entitles you to access further Thinkuknow materials.

The session will also take time to introduce attendees to LGfL resources such as the CyberPass trackable online-safety diagnostic tool.


CEOP requires that on the day attendees present photo ID and documentation from their Headteacher regarding DBS status and the relevance of online-safety materials to an attendee’s role.

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